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Barossa Valley wine called 72 Virgins sold as fundraiser for anti-Islamic organisation, Q Society
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A BAROSSA wine called Hal & Al’s 72 Virgins is being sold as a fundraiser for an anti-Islamic movement that is worried about a “culture war”.
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“Satire and a good laugh are valuable weapons in this culture war.”

Yes they are, and coming into the festive season is always a good time to eat, drink and be merry.

Friends of Q Society of Australia Not many left:

Hal & Al’s 72 Virgins   (Order here, now!)

Update:

Yet another hapless journo explaining to her readers what Islam is – and what Islam is not. At least she’s bright enough to see the humour in our 72 Virgins. (Adelaide Now)

Tory Shepherd: Ideological grapes and busty virgins a recipe for conflict

Who is causing this conflict, Tory?

WHAT better way to take the piss out of aspiring jihadis than to bottle and sell “72 Virgins Fine Australian Sparkling Wine”? That’s just what a Barossa winemaker has done, in a move sure to spark applause and outrage in roughly equal measures.– www.adelaidenow.com.au
Barossa Valley wine called 72 Virgins sold as fundraiser for anti-Islamic organisation, Q Society

http://www.news.com.au/…/baros…/story-fneuz92c-1227142660117

A BAROSSA wine called Hal & Al’s 72 Virgins is being sold as a fundraiser for an anti-Islamic movement that is worried about a “culture war”.

The virgins are a reference to the rewards jihadis believe they will receive in Paradise once they kill others and themselves.

Profits from the “fine Australian sparkling wine” will go to the Q Society, which bills itself as “Australia’s Leading Islam-critical Movement”.

The Q Society warns that Islam is linked to discrimination and violence and run lectures teaching about “the true nature of this totalitarian theocratic ideology”.

They could not tell The Advertiser which winery produced the 72 Virgins, but said they put the labels on themselves.

“With our own special label … this is a guaranteed conversation starter and lighthearted take on an otherwise serious subject,” the advertisement reads.

“Satire and a good laugh are valuable weapons in this culture war.”

Q Society President Debbie Robinson said sales were going well and people were stocking up for Christmas.

“I think it’s a little bit tongue in cheek … not something that’s meant to be taken too seriously,” she said.

Asked whether she thought people might find it offensive she said people were “offended by all sorts of things”.

“I don’t find it offensive. Everyone’s an individual,” she said.

Ms Robinson said the funds would help them bring in overseas speakers.

“We are involved with educating Australians about the Islamisation of the country,” she said.

One of the controversial speakers the Q Society has brought to Australia is Dutch MP Geert Wilders, who has called for a ban on building mosques and an end to Muslim immigration. He has referred to Islam as a “great sickness”.

Originally published as Jihadi joke wine being made in the Barossa

2 thoughts on “Place Your Order, Now!”

  1. Hmm, considering that modern western bullets are made with pig fat, and pigs are unclean, that would mean that death by jihad gets canceled out by pigs.

    Everyone knows that if you are unclean, heaven is not on your side.

    No virgins for you, jihad johnny!

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