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The Creation of the World, Cumming?

Reader comment on item: Salman Rushdie and British Backbone
in response to reader comment: To dhimmi: Fundamentals of Islam are written in Quran and not in al-Maghazi by Waqidi

Submitted by Matti Torvinen (Finland), Sep 8, 2007 at 07:38

Hello everybody!

Is this the fundamentals of islam? I found a book published in Finland and it reminds me Salman Rushdie.

In 1989 Iranian islamic leader Ajatollah Khomeini banned a Fatwa against novellist Salman Rushdie because of his novel The Satanic Verses. Khomeini considered Rushdie´s novel offending. The Fatwa in this case was death sentence.

Do you know anything about a novel by Erik Wahlström, The Allah (The God, in Finnish Jumala, in Swedish Gud), which is written in Finnish and in Swedish? Is there a Fatwa against the novellist?

The novel begins: "Allah was horny. ... Allah was fondling himself. He had an incredible will of creation. Allah grasped his penis, which was in hard erection. The foreskin was tight around the penis head. Allah could not calm down his lust althought he tried and he continued masturbating passionately. The sperm was accumulating. Sensation! The sperm spurted out in an apocalyptic explosion. The creation, the cumming! Allah feeled that his penis was torn apart by the stormy ejaculation."

That is, Allah is here masturbating and he gets ejaculation and sexual sensation! So, is there a fatwa against the novelist?

Brother Matti


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