Early this morning, terrorists killed more than sixty people in a series of bomb attacks in the city of Kampala in Uganda. Al-Shabab, the Somali Al Qaeda affiliate, has claimed credit for the attacks. Muslim radicals are reportedly angry at Uganda for contributing troops to the UN peacekeeping mission in Somalia.
In other news, Fox News has entered into a partnership with Saudi Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal to launch a news channel in Arabic. Meanwhile, Anwar al-Awlaki, the fugitive radical Yemeni-American imam, has put the cartoonist Molly Norris on an execution hit list for creating “Everybody Draw Mohammed Day”. Also, the Swiss government has refused to extradite the film director and convicted child molester Roman Polanski to the United States, and he is now a free man once again.
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Cleric Anwar Al-Awlaki Puts ‘Everybody Draw Mohammed’ Cartoonist Molly Norris on Execution Hitlist
A CHARISMATIC terror leader linked to the botched Times Square car bomb has placed the Seattle cartoonist who launched “Everybody Draw Muhammed Day” on an execution hit list.
Wouldn’t it be interesting if the Muslim clerics who issue these fatwan against Western individuals unexpectedly experienced routinely fatal accidents immediately after announcing such proclamations?
It would likely take just a very few of such oddly coincidental mishaps to see an exceptionally sudden and thoroughly calming effect take place all across the entire death fatwa industry.