Well, well…the Left finally attacks one their own, Bill Maher, for his frequent take-no-prisoners rants about Islam

3 (Sep 02) 003 (2)I’ve been wondering why the Left and their Muslim sycophants have been so uncharacteristically quiet whenever Bill Maher goes after the religion of hate filled violence on his TV show, which he does with more aplomb than any conservatives on TV seem willing to muster. Finally they have, in this post called  ’There’s No Difference Between Bill Maher And Fox News When It Comes To Islam And Muslims.’

bill-maher-defends-islam-commentsAccording to the Left wing loons at Loonwatch, Bill Maher, a self-proclaimed “9/11 Liberal” has a history of Islamophobia and anti-Arab racism, claiming falsely correctly that Islam and Muslims are: uniquely more violent than practitioners of other faiths, the Bible is less violent than the Qur’an, there are “too many Mohammads in the West and he is fearful they will “takeover,” Arab men (who he interchanges with Muslims) are all horrible to women, and women cannot vote in 19 out of 22 Arab states. Maher is also a staunch supporter of Obama’s drone assassination program and is on record defending Geert Wilders.

This is a highlight reel of the best of Maher’s “Islamophobia.”. See the links below for Maher’s anti-Islam rants in full:













AFGHANISTAN: Seven Muslims suffer premature detonation

images-4Not only were at least seven bomb makers killed while making improvised explosive devices (IEDs), the incident took place inside a mosque. (A bonus!)

Khaama (h/t Jack)  The anti-government militant groups including the Taliban frequently use improvised explosive device (IED) as the weapon of their choice to target Afghan and coalition security forces, however innocent civilians are mostly targeted in such attacks.



APPLE goes Muslim with sharia-compliant emoticons

SWEDISH dhimmmi professor applauds Apple’s decision to diversify its emoticon options by adding Muslim ones. ”It’s great, we need people with different skin colors among the emojis, and people with different clothes, like the Muslim hijab,” said illustration professor Joanna Rubin Dranger at Stockholm’s Konstfack academy.


The Local (h/t Jack)  The website DoSomething.org first let the battle cry sound, asking Apple to take a closer look at its 800 emojis.

“The only two resembling people of colour are a guy who looks vaguely Asian and another in a turban. There’s a white boy, girl, man, woman, elderly man, elderly woman, blonde boy, blonde girl and, we’re pretty sure, Princess Peach,” the petitioners wrote. “But when it comes to faces outside of yellow smileys, there’s a staggering lack of minority representation.

Apple’s head of communications, Katie Cotton, responded to the criticism by stating that the software company was working to “update the standard.” She did not say when such emojis would be introduced. The last time the offering was updated was in 2012, when same-sex couples were included.


Allow me to make some suggestions to Apple: (Feel free to add your own)






















BRITISH HUMOR…unabashedly offending Muslims

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A big earthquake with the strength of 8.1 on the Richter scale hits the  Middle East. Two million Muslims die and over a million are injured.

Iraq , Iran and Syria are totally ruined and the governments don’t know where to start with providing help to rebuild.

The rest of the world is in shock.

The USA is sending troops to help keep the peace.

Saudi Arabia is sending oil.

Latin American countries are sending clothing.

New Zealand and Australia are sending sheep, cattle and food crops.

The Asian countries are sending labour to assist in rebuilding the infrastructure.

Canada is sending medical teams and supplies.

Great Britain, not to be outdone, is sending two million replacement Muslims.

buckingham1h/t /Zentaos


AMERICAN APPAREL company’s latest ad uses a topless Muslim model

Fortunately, for her, she is an ‘ex-Muslim’ model. The striking ad is likely to outrage many Muslims for linking a half naked model to a country where Islam is the dominant religion and nudity is frowned upon.


UK Daily Mail  American Apparel has sparked controversy once again with a new ad starring a topless former-Muslim model from Bangladesh. The powerful image is accompanied by a description of Maks, revealing how she was raised a strict Muslim but ‘distanced herself’ from her Islamic faith as she grew up, in search of her ‘own identity.’

The bold image, which appears in Vice magazine’s U.S. and Canada editions, stars 22-year-old Maks, a merchandiser for American Apparel, who was born in Dhaka but has lived in California since the age of four. The words ‘Made in Bangladesh’ are printed across her chest – referring to the woman, of course, not her jeans, a means of raising awareness about American Apparel’s fair labor practices – all its clothing is made in downtown LA.

It’s too early to tell what sort of reactions the latest ad will draw, but chances are this won’t be the last we hear of it. 



More people today will see this post about how few viewers Al Jazeera has…than will watch Al Jazeera


Al Jazeera paid $500 Million dollars for a liberal cable channel no one watched and then lost half its viewers. How much did that half a billion bucks, plus whatever Qatar paid Time Warner to carry it, buy? Six months after its launch, Al Jazeera America still suffers from notably small audiences and lingering image problems.

AD Age  Executives declined to name the advertisers, however, and although Expedia ads ran on Al Jazeera America on Monday, commercial pods in daytime and prime-time alike were mainly devoted to cheapo direct-response marketers such as The Tax Doctor, Dollar Shave Club, Hip Hop Abs, GetDerm.com and Hair Club for Men. But for the most part, major advertisers are still staying away from Al Jazeera America.


The channel isn’t even pulling in half the total audience that predecessor Current TV managed. Al Jazeera America has averaged just 15,000 total viewers in prime-time since bowing in August, with only 5,000 viewers in the target 25-to-54-year-old demographic, according to Nielsen figures. That’s low enough to be considered “scratch,” or negligible, by Nielsen. For the marketers that still worry about the channel’s perspective and its image in the U.S., those aren’t the kind of numbers to tempt a re-examination.

Al Jazeera America has worked to reduce fears about its agenda by bringing in well-known journalists and anchors like Kate O’Brian from ABC News, veteran foreign correspondent Sheila MacVicar and former CNN anchor Soledad O’Brien, who serves as a special correspondent.


Or, maybe they should go the Reality TV route? For example:

ALLAH in the Family

Which 12-Year Old Wants to Marry a Millionaire? 

Dancing With the Shahs

Extreme Tent Makeover

SURVIVOR: Syria Edition

Islamic Idol

Married With 137 Children

Real Housewives of Riyadh

Jihadi Apprentice

So You Think You Can Detonate

Queer Eye for the Straight Jihadi

Who Wants to Be a Martyr?

Desperate Child Wives

Sharia Law & Order: Special Acid Attack Victims Unit


‘ARABLISH’ – Amusing English signs found in Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia attracts many foreign firms, which means there is a constant population of ex-pat workers. Since few read or speak Arabic, many signs and advertisements are translated into English, which sometimes leads to humorous results.

Photo of a store sign advertising “slit-throat chicken” which means “halal” chicken. However, the English version advertises it as “chicken murder.”


Apparently, this chicken vendor didn’t know that the Arabic word “dik” which means chicken in Arabic, sounds like a slang word for penis in English.


These last two are self-explanatory:



h/t  Susie of Arabia via Observers france24

And from Rebekkah B:




Saudi boy drinking fresh camel urine.

IslamQA  Muslims believe Camel’s urine is efficacious in the treatment of skin diseases such as ringworm, tinea and abscesses, sores that may appear on the body and hair, and dry and wet ulcers. Camel’s urine brings the secondary benefits of making the hair lustrous and thick, and removing dandruff from the scalp.

h/t Kevin C

And a stupid tourist following in kind.



MUSLIMS OUTRAGED at Katy Perry’s new “blasphemous” ‘Dark Horse’ video


Foaming-at-the-mouth Muslims demand that Youtube take down  the video because they claim she insulted Islam by blaspheming Allah. Apparently, the first guy that Queen Katy melts into sand is wearing a necklace (seen in the pic below) with the name of Allah written in Arabic. So when he melts, the necklace goes too. 

ISLAM – the religion of perpetual outrage. MUSLIMS – the gift that keeps on giving!


al-Arabiya  An online petition launched on Tuesday by Muslims around the world demands that Katy Perry’s music video for “Dark Horse,” in which a ‘God’ pendant is seen being burned, be removed from Youtube.

At 1:15 into the video, a man is shown wearing two pendants, one of which says God in Arabic. Perry, who plays a queen-like figure in the video, zaps the man with lightening and he disintegrates into sand; his pendant disappearing with him.

Petitioners argue that the pop diva is meant to symbolize the opposition of God, making the video blasphemous.


The video, which has a cartoonish Ancient Egypt theme, features other nonsensical aspects such as cat-human hybrid as body guards with whom Perry pole dances with, a dog which walks on its hind legs, and Perry eating spicy junk food.

The petition, which has garnered 30,000 signatures so far, says that its support will show that, “that people from different walks of life, different religions and from different parts of the world, agree that the video promotes blasphemy, using the name of God in an irrelevant and distasteful manner would be considered inappropriate by any religion.”

Nida Ahmed from Huddersfield, UK signed on the petition that the video shows “great disrespect to Islam yet these lot say we are the bad ones well hah shame on these people (sic).”

Unik Salihu from Sweden said, “I as a Muslim, think this is a disgrace. Does she want to start a war against Muslims? This video is insulting to us and needs to be removed before something happens! (sic).”



Considering how butt ugly she is, she should have worn the full face-covering headbag for World Hijab Day

5AAD_1618521_10203035317460927_39225243_nAs a non-Muslim woman I decided to spend a day in hijab (headbag) after writing a preview story about a local World Hijab Day event. Subjugated, oppressed, subservient, inferior, and submissive, are adjectives I have frequently heard used to describe Muslim women who cover their heads by wearing hijab. When I first began this journey, I had no idea what to expect. However, based on the stories I had heard from Muslim women I had talked to, I knew that there would be some challenges. 

KCSG  Southern Utah University students with the Muslim Student Association planned a day of support for World Hijab Day. The MSA set up a booth in the SUU Sharwan Smith hallway and taught non-Muslim women how to wrap a hijab, and took pictures for their website to promote awareness about their plight.  

After speaking to these women, it occurred to me, that I was completely oblivious to the discrimination they endured on a day-to-day basis. I do not wear hijab, and so I couldn’t possibly understand how difficult it might be to do something as simple as run daily errands in a tiny town post 9/11 in the U.S.  

In my mind, I imagined that it might have been something like trying to relate to the discrimination black men and women endured during the Jim Crow era of “separate, but equal” rights – a discrimination that many black Americans still live with today.  Since I had a lot of errands to take care of Feb. 4, I knew it would be a good day to participate. That morning, I showed up to the MSA table at SUU with my scarf in hand to learn how to wrap the hijab for the first time. 


Preparing to wear hijab was more difficult than I had anticipated. A deep search through my available apparel indicated that I owned very few clothing items that would cover my body as completely as it should have been. Either the sleeves were too short, or my collar was low cut; but I was determined to make my wardrobe work, and eventually I found something that worked. The women who helped me to wrap my hijab were easy to talk to and welcomed me warmly.  

The foreign women told me not to expect too much “action,” because of wearing hijab, because Cedar City was one of the most accepting communities that they had lived in since moving to the United States. Considering their advice, I left SUU with a smile, and a feeling of confidence that followed me throughout the day. 

While running my errands for the day I was surprised to find that most of the acquaintances I interacted with on a regular basis did a double take when they saw me wearing a hijab, but didn’t bother to ask any questions about it. 

As the day wore on, I started to notice a difference in the way women would react to me as opposed to men. Older, white men seemed more perturbed by my presence than younger men of any ethnicity – a few of them even scoffed loudly, before creating a greater distance of space between them and me. (Mr. BNI says: “Take off the hijab and see how much more distance they place between you and them”)


It appeared I would make it through the day unscathed by the preconceived notion of blatant discrimination that I had prepared myself to encounter that day. Then I opened my Facebook profile where I had posted a picture of myself in hijab earlier that day. 

To my amazement, and horrifying disgust – someone who labels themselves as open-minded, and touts taking the time to research before presenting uninformed opinions as an inherent value of integrity – asked me when I planned to get my “(female) circumcision.”

My grandmother often used a word when I was a little girl that it appears many have forgotten. It’s a shame too, because it would serve some people quite well to rediscover it. The word is couth, and it means to show manners, or display an air of sophistication. I can’t help, but sometimes wonder how such “civilized” people could devolve so profoundly when it comes to the simplest concepts of polite society. 

I liked wearing the hijab. My head was warm on a cold day, and I didn’t have to mess with my hair that morning. It made me feel beautiful, dignified and a little like a princess.  As a spiritual person, I have shied away from labels, but spent ample amounts of time putting my beliefs into a practice that produces a physical manifestation of my belief system. Muslim women did not invent this concept, but they do bear the burden of the discrimination that comes along with carrying on the traditions of their culture should they choose to do so. 

My day in hijab was liberating. It taught me that hanging on to misconceptions closes doors and locks away opportunities to grow and better understand the world in which we all live; and while I may not choose to wear hijab every day, I will definitely be showing my support again next year come Feb. 1. (Idiot)