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The story of 3 dogs named Moses, Jesus, and Mohamed

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Submitted by Joseph (United States), Dec 3, 2007 at 14:38

There once was a progressive multiculturalist who felt that world problems were due to religion being taken too seriously. He named his 3 dogs Moses, Jesus and Mohamed. One freezing day (coinciding with Global Warming awareness day), he took his dogs for a walk. Each dog had a doggie sweater and booties. The doggie sweater had each dog's name embroidered.

He passed a group of men out side a synogogue and was soon engage in conversation by the Jews. "Why did you give your dogs those names?" The man told them because world problems have been and still are due to religious faniticism and people need to lighten up and live in modern times. The Jews conversed amongst themselves in Yiddish and a spokesman told the man, "We think you are ignorant and naive. You mean well and we admire the courgae you show in your convictions. But you should understand why Moses was the greatest Jewish leader as well as the only human to have had a non-hidden encounter with God. Jewish ideas of civilization are for all mankind. See www.shuvoo.com"

The man continued and passed a Church. "Jesus loves You...Jesus died for your sins (the Son of God, not your bitch)... and have you been Saved" were some of the comments made to him by the churchgoers outside. One invited him inside so he could be witnessed to without everyone freezing.

The man continued passed a mosque where there was a just little boy outside. The man was not afraid because he had learned that Muslims considered Moses and Jesus as Muslim prophets and he considered al Qaeda a fringe group probably made up by the CIA and the treat of Muslim terror to be a phony excuse for the government to spy on citizens. The little boy ran inside and seemingly from nowhere the man was surrounded by men waving knives and screeming "Allahu Akhbar" (Allah is superior) and "Behead those who insult Mohamed, (SVT) the Prophet of Islam."

The Imam (considered a moderate by US government agencies and the media and one who had lucrative consulting contracts from the Transportation Security Agency and FBI), emerged and shouted in Arabic "Stop. The infidel must be invited to convert to Islam. Invite him in Arabic to submit and recite the shahada. If he does not submit... we, as tolerant and peace-loving Muslims residing in America will even allow him to recite the Shahada in English... then carry out Allah's justice." Tell the police, if they enquire, that he was seen tripping and falling on the jagged concrete sidewalk."

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