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It's those darn Muslims again!

 
 

New York May 2, 2010. Police in New York are investigating whether the car bomb in Times Square targeted the makers of the animated television series South Park because of a controversial depiction of the Prophet Muhammad.

The device, which failed to detonate, was left near the offices of Viacom, which broadcasts the provocative cartoon on its Comedy Central network.

A recent South Park cartoon attacks the sacredness of the Muslim prophet Mohammed. RevolutionMuslim.com, a little-known U.S. Muslim group, reacted to the cartoon with a warning to South Park producers Matt Stone (Jewish) and Trey Parker. The warning stated that "what they are doing is stupid and they will probably wind up like Theo Van Gogh for airing this show.”

 

Nothing Sacred Anymore

The Muslim website RevolutionMuslim.com posted a graphic photo of Van Gogh, a Dutch filmmaker who was killed in 2004 by an Islamic militant over a movie he had made that accused Islam of condoning violence against women. It also posted a link to a news article with details of a mansion in Colorado that Parker and Stone apparently own.

After receiving the grim warning, the Satirical animated South Park TV show decided to substitute the controversial image of the Prophet Mohammad in a bear outfit with one of Santa Claus in the same costume.

South Park has also depicted Jesus Christ watching pornography and Buddha snorting cocaine. What 's wrong with these Muslims, anyways? Don't they have a sense of humor? What's the big deal about sacredness? Don't they know that nothing's sacred anymore?!

 

Most Muslims consider any depiction of the founder of Islam as offensive. The head of Revolution Muslim, Younus Abdullah Muhammad, 30, defended the web posting by his group. He said the group (an alternative media outlet) “didn’t tell anyone to go to their houses and conduct violence” against Parker or Stone.

Comedy Central, a unit of Viacom, has declined to comment on the controversy which connects the car bomb incident in Times Square to South Park. The car bomb incident has added more fuel to the blame-the-Muslims campaign that has been waged by the American media since the CIA/Mossad September 11th, 2001 "inside job". It has also injected more fear and racial prejudice in tax paying citizens and reassured them that their freedom is being protected by taking it away...eg. racial profiling. Smell another "inside job" anyone?

 

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