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Submission mission April 24, 2006

Posted by Rasheed Eldin in Proggies, Queer Muslims.

Faisal Alam, founder of Al-Fatiha, is forwarding round a link to watch the vile Ayaan Hirsi Ali's (hey, didn't I call her that before?) filthy Islamophobic flick. He enthuses:

After a LOT of searching and digging, I was able to find an online copy of Submission, the controversial film that led to Theo van Gogh's assassination in the Netherlands.  Some of you may remember this case.  This short film is provocative and really really powerful.  Pass it on to those that may be interested.

Probably he hadn't heard of Google Video before, otherwise he would find that finding it is really easy for anyone who really wants to. What agenda is he pushing here?



1. Yousef - April 24, 2006

You know, the idea is for muslims propogate the truth about Islam not dirty stories about what some people did in the name of Islam. This film has absolutely nothing to do with Islam…it’s like making a movie about oranges and advertising it as a movie about bananas.

I really wish Mr. Alam would explain the reasons for sending such messages. Calling it “provocative and really really powerful” is very misleading because he needs to first call it what it really is… a lie. Compare it to what the Bush administration said about the Iraqi regime before the US invadion of Iraq…it was certainly “really really powerful” information, but it was full of lies.

For me, as a Muslim, this movie was quite enraging because it tries to pin all sorts of violence to Islam…until I remembered that it was made by one of the most Islamophobic “people” (if you want to call her that) on the face of the planet.

2. Rami - April 24, 2006

Hmm, I don’t remember the last time one of these gay Muslim leaders forwarded something positive about Islam, let alone a reminder from the Qur’an or a hadith. For them it’s all about the queer thing, plus undermining Islam.

3. Rasheed Eldin - May 15, 2006

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