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Fight Islamism with T-Shirts! lol

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Submitted by Arjuna J. (Israel), Feb 19, 2006 at 03:26

Fight Islamism with T-Shirts! lol

From the BBC news today: 'Ten die' in Libya cartoon clash

At least 10 people are reported to have been killed and several injured in Libya in clashes during a protest outside an Italian consulate. Police confronted protesters who had set fire to the building in the port city of Benghazi, in the latest protests over the Muhammad cartoons.

They were said to be angry at Italian minister Roberto Calderoli, who had worn a T-shirt displaying the drawings.

The minister is quoted as saying: "I've had T-shirts made with the cartoons that have upset Islam and I shall start wearing them today." He added that it was "time to put an end to this story that we need to dialogue with these people", and asked: "What have we become, the civilisation of melted butter?"
(This at: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/middle_east/4726204.stm)

T-shirts !!

THIS is how the West might fact back and let Muslims know that it REFUSES to be intimidated!
Not by violence, not by burning Muslim embassies or flags, but by well-deserved ridicule :-).
Let's all wear Muhammd turban T-Shirts !!
Maybe openly ridiculing the Islamist imbeciles will break their hubris!
Shall we try? Or are we too scared ALREADY?
I just heard that the Italian minister ALREADY had to resign :-(

Those who do feel that people in the non-Muslim world should respond but wouldn't like to offend Muslim sensitivities should bear in mind that the Danish cartoons lampoon the Prophet Muhammad for REAL, not imagined vices.

The point of the Muhammad T-Shirt campaign is NOT to provoke Muslims out of fun!! The point is to REVEAL the truth...


I fully agree with what Jason Pappas said here. EXACTLY my view. If only there were more voices pointing to the TRUTH of the ESSENCE of Islam and Muhammad.

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