The Hypocrite from Paris

By Carpe Diem

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Terror supporter Mahmoud Abbas at the Paris solidarity march

 

Reuters reports1 that Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has ordered an investigation into a cartoon apparently depicting the Prophet Mohammad in an official Palestinian newspaper.

The move came less than a month after Abbas joined world leaders in a march for free speech in Paris following a deadly attack by Islamist gunmen on the French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo, which had caricatured Mohammad.

A drawing in the West Bank-based newspaper al-Hayat al-Jadidah on Sunday showed a robed man standing astride Earth and reaching into a heart-shaped pouch to sow seeds of love around the world. The caption reads: “Our Prophet Mohammad”.

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The caricature published in Palestinian daily Al-Hayat Al-Jadidah

Artist Mohammed Sabanneh, a Muslim, said he meant no harm. The figure was not Mohammad but “a symbol of humanity enlightened by what the Prophet Muhammad brought,” he wrote on Facebook.
Islam frowns on any depictions of its most revered prophet. Strict interpretations of Islamic scripture ban drawing any sentient beings, although court artists in past centuries drew Mohammad in illuminated manuscripts.
In a report late on Monday, the official Palestinian news agency WAFA said Abbas had ordered “an immediate investigation.”

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6 Replies to “The Hypocrite from Paris”

  1. Slaughtered for their entertainment: Crowds gather to watch the barbaric murder of Jordanian pilot on specially erected giant screens on the streets of Raqqa… and CHEER when the airman goes up in flames

    Shocking video shows ISIS supporters gathering to watch murder video.
    Big screens have been erected in terror group’s de facto capital Raqqa.
    Film of Moaz al-Kasasbeh being burnt alive appears to be playing on loop.
    Crowd cheer and shout religious slogans as pilot is engulfed by flames.
    Film then shows locals – including children – talking about the atrocity.
    Chilling new release is titled ‘Muslims’ Joy at Burning of Jordanian Pilot’.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2939529/Slaughtered-entertainment-Crowds-gather-watch-barbaric-murder-Jordanian-pilot-specially-erected-giant-screens-streets-Raqqa-CHEER-airman-goes-flames.html

  2. Actually, that is just another one of Islam’s “Big Lies”

    The “Mohammad Cartoons” controversy and murders, are due to Islam’s insistence that: “Any depictions of Mohammad are offensive to the faithful, and are considered blasphemous”
    Actually, that is just another one of Islam’s “Big Lies”
    This is nothing but a lot of: Al Taqiyya Deception / Kithman / Lies!
    Islam has produced depictions of Mohammad… since forever!
    Images of Mohammed specifically appeared in art and literature over the centuries, and even today pictorial interpretations are available in the Islamic world, although more often in Shi’ite contexts.
    The prohibition against depicting Mohammed did not arise until as late as the 16th or 17th century, despite the media’s recent false claims that it has always been forbidden for Moslems to draw Mohammed.
    See MANY Islamic produced drawings/paintings of the “Mohammed Image Archive” on the site below.
    http://www.zombietime.com/mohammed_image_archive/islamic_mo_full/
    The assertion that “images of Mohammed are prohibited in Islam” appears frequently in news reporting on controversies that have rocked Islam-West relations in recent years arising over allegations of blasphemy and “defamation” of Islam.

    • Just another power-assertion wedge.
      And to whip the inbred-mutants of the Umma to one of their hair-trigger frenzies and displace latent rage onto to the damned kafir.

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