Walmart selling Islamic Crescent Moon and Star for Tops of Christmas Trees?

Didn’t a Muslim Cleric Declare Saying Merry Christmas is Worse than Murder?

via Coexisting at Christmas: Walmart’s new Christmas Decor for Muslims | SteveDeace.com. h/t Shoebat

Nestled among the stars, angels, Santas, and those pointy things (does anyone know what those things are even called?), I found a crescent moon with a star. Not a happy, smiling, man-in-the-moon crescent moon … no, this was a crescent-and-star ornament that could only symbolize one religion: Islam.

I was blown away.

I didn’t have a camera with me at the time, so I wondered, if I said anything, if it would quickly be relegated to urban legend status. It was almost too absurd to be believed without some kind of visual confirmation. Thankfully, I wasn’t the only person who saw these ornaments on the shelf.

Bryan Lisitsin of The Czar Report spotted one on the shelf at a Walmart back in October, and snapped a photo he shared on Twitter.


We couldn’t find it at Walmart.com but we did find this gem:

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Danish artist unveils latest Bad Santa, Jingle Bombs

Danish anti-jihad humor. h/t Uwe Max Jensen

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Julemærket, der hylder ytringsfriheden – trykkefrihed.dk

Press Freedom journalist, artist and provocateur Uwe Max Jensen has made a Christmas seal with a Santa Claus, there is something different than the usual.

This year’s Christmas Seal is inspired by the paintings Jingle Bombs (Christmas in Egedalsvænge) and Christmas in Egedalsvænge (Bad Santa), who graced last year’s Christmas Seal. Who Santa indistinguishable, we leave with confidence to the readers to judge for itself.

Are you interested in buying the freedom of expression marker, Christmas seals are, write to Uwe Max Jensen’s Facebook inbox for details. 20 Christmas stamps costs 200 kroner. All profits go to the artist’s projects.

Moderate Islam: A MYTH! (video)

via @scrowder

Don’t believe Crowder or the many before him who’ve said the same thing in different ways? How about Turkey’s Muslim Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan who debunked the myth years ago:

Speaking at Kanal D TV’s Arena program, PM Erdogan commented on the term “moderate Islam”, often used in the West to describe AKP and said, These descriptions are very ugly, it is offensive and an insult to our religion. There is no moderate or immoderate Islam. Islam is Islam and that’s it.”  Source: Milliyet, Turkey, August 21, 2007

 

The Lars Vilks Calendar – a new Mohamed-Dog every month!

via The Vilks Calendar « Lars Vilks – Free Speech Europe EN.

The hottest Christmas gift this year!

Lars Vilks calendar with 13 wonderful drawings!

Only € 45 – free delivery

Free Speech Europe working together with: Dispatch International

Say Hello to a new Mo-Dog every month!

The Vilks Calendar
Global Edition

Each: USD 58:- Print: Color
Paper: Shiny, 180 gms
Format: 297 x 210 mm, spiral
Free delivery all over the world!

A little pricey but for a great cause and a anti-jihadist collector’s item for sure. More at the link above and see some of Vilk’s works on our Mo’toon page or previous posts on Vilks.


Charlie Hebdo publishes second “Life of Muhammad” comic

 

No jihad yet? More at Atlas Shrugs
couv-mahomet_2_ momo2_1 momopagePrevious posts on Charlie Hebdo here and on our Toons page here, including Charlie Hebdo Editor: “I live under French law; I don’t live under Koranic law.”

Family Guy converts to Islam (video)

Full episode on Fox and Hulu.

French paper Charlie Hebdo publishes comic book life of Mohammed

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via French paper Charlie Hebdo to publish comic book life of Mohammed – Hindustan Times.

A French weekly known for publishing cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed to the ire of conservative Muslims said Sunday it plans to release a comic book biography of Islam’s founder that will be researched and educational.

From the Charlie Hebdo website, via google translate:

Since the publication of the Danish cartoons of Muhammad in Charlie Hebdo in 2006, the media await the slightest hair beard of the prophet who could appear in the newspaper. They watch the scandal. Is it outrageous to represent Muhammad? Abdennour Bidar, philosopher, scholar of Islam, answers this question when tiring out the newsstand Muhammad’s life in comics.

Charlie Hebdo: When was the prohibition of depicting Muhammad Sunni Muslims and how they justify it?

Abdennour Bidar: Firstly, it should be noted that there is not in the Koran itself passing an explicit prohibition on images, unlike the Bible – in Exodus, including the second of Ten Commandments prohibits “graven image.” The reason for this prohibition is not to be found in the letter of the text, and essentially no more in this fatwa (decision jurists-theologians) at such time. The reason is metaphysical Islam wants to assert transcendence – God, the Koran, the Prophet – with such radical as any depiction of Muhammad is charged in advance to set up an “idol”, that is to say an image representation that purports to substitute a “physical”, “sensitive” to an individual who is installed by faith “beyond” everything you can imagine it … Mohammed, Mohammed or rather, is somehow too holy to be embodied in an image, which could only “devalue” its spiritual reality … The difference with Christianity, which instead represents the transcendence of the Father in the Son – “multi-represented” on the Cross throughout history.

Following the interview is to read in the 1072 Charlie Hebdo, on newsstands from Wednesday, January 2, 2013, and the Special Edition is now available on our online store .

More:

Quick Overview

Who owns Muhammad? At all. He is the prophet of Muslims, of course, but for others it is a historical figure or a caption. Can caricature drawing Muhammad as Jesus or Napoleon Zorro.

When Muhammad cartoon in Charlie, we caricature above is the idea that makes the extremists, or are used to oppose Muhammad Muslim radicals. In all cases, it is the vision of God’s fools that determines the way we think Muhammad. We must tell the truth you do not know Muhammad. In the West, everybody can quote episodes from the life of Jesus, but include an episode from the life of Muhammad? Is this normal in a country like France, where Islam is presented as a second religion?

We imaged the life of Muhammad as the chroniclers have told Muslims. No humor added. If the form will appear blasphemous to some, the bottom is perfectly halal …

For you to see.

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Forgot to mention that the last time Charlie Hebdo featured Mohammid on a cover, those peaceful Muslims firebombed the magazine’s office building.

Muslims firebomb French magazine office over Mohammid cover (video) and TIME, Facebook sided with firebombing terrorists.

Update: A quick browse around to see which sites adhere to sharia law and didn’t publish the picture. Huffpo, Independent UK, France 24,…some chose to run this image:

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Stumbled across Blazing Catfur who had a look inside the first comic book.

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