The Second Fitna Week in Pictures

* Some pic’s of Muslims who want you to believe that Islam is a ‘Religion of Peace’



Same question as always: have members of Parti Islam se-Malaysia (PAS) ever extremely condemned Osama bin Laden and the global jihad movement? Have members of Parti Islam se-Malaysia (PAS) ever extremely condemned the violence and supremacism on the part of Muslims, as depicted in Wilders’s film? Have members of Parti Islam se-Malaysia (PAS) ever even marginally condemned these things?

What do you think?


Moderate, Modern Turkey:


“We will not forgive those who insult Prophet and Qoran”

Still, the riots and violence that Europe and the world was so afraid would come in the film’s wake has not come. That could change any day, of course, but its absence may indicate that at this point the emphasis from the OIC and other Islamic entities is on obtaining actual restrictions on freedom of speech in the West, not on further demonstrations of what will happen if freedom of speech is not restricted.


Protesting Fitna with Hizballah


An Iranian holds a flag of the Lebanese Hezbollah guerrilla group outside the Netherlands Embassy to condemn the production and broadcast of the film ‘Fitna’ by right-wing Dutch lawmaker Geert Wilders, in Tehran, April 5, 2008.

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2 thoughts on “The Second Fitna Week in Pictures”

  1. I came across this one about “extremists” hijacking a “peaceful” muslim march for the
    false prophet’s birthday in Burton, Staffordshire … (features the usual suspects)

    * Extremists hijack Muslims’ parade

    [posters] “Islam is supreme and nothing can match its supremacy”, while another read “You will attack Rome and Allah will enable you to conquer it”. Another called for the destruction of the White House.

    God (Father, Son and Holy Spirit) is supreme. & Mo’s followers appear to be very close to
    finding that out.

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