Tuesday, January 31, 2006

Mohammed, Child Molestor or Perfect Man?


Can a six year old girl and a 57 year old man find true love and real romance in the Arabian desert?

Follow this tale of betrayal, murder, rape, and mayhem as it spreads from the 7th century caravan stop at the oasis of Mecca to the wilds of Medina where the outcast Mohammed, fleeing the wrath of his family and tribe, gathers up a nephew and begins the long and perilous journey to fame and prophet, finding along the way the love of his life, the six year old Aisha.

This story will tear your heart out.

11 comments:

Papa Ray said...

Dag your doing good work here, keep it up.

I just hope people see it.

BTW, your page loads very slow and sometimes its hard to scroll. I'm on cable and I can Imagine it would be difficult for someone on dial up.

Papa Ray
West Texas
USA

dag said...

Thanks, Papa Ray. I'm trying to fix the downloaing now. I'm having trouble too. Thanks for sticking with it. Hope to be up and running right soon.

eyesallaround said...

The thought is as repugnant as the "prophet" and his theology. Actually, it's down-right offensive.

CD Baric said...

Your website may be the victim of a DDoS attack.
(DDoS = Distributed Denial of Service)

Your website isn't slow downloading, rather, the service is being overloaded. This could be a 'Blogspot' general problem or a specific problem for your blog.

I would contact 'Blogspot' if I were you - nothing wrong with your site.

You are in good company - many websites critical of Islam are being subjected to the same kind of attack. Say thanks to Bill Gates for producing an operating system that is routinely hacked by children. A host of zombied Windows computers are very likely being used against you.

CD 'Bar' Baric

dag said...

Houston, it looks like we're under atack from alien forces. Please advise.

OK, we'll settle in and wait for the Muslim world to apologise for this.

Yes, Houston, we will burn some flags and refuse to take our insulin shots.

Uh, Houston, virgins aren't that appealing. Can you make us a better offer?

Over and out.

Anonymous said...

Appreciate your effort. I believe ridicule is the most effective weapon the West has against the sheer lunacy of Islam

dag said...

They give us much to work with. And being a bit of a workaholic I thank them for it,

Anonymous said...

hey u.
its not about right and wrong, violence and critisism, it bout respect.. respect for others beliefs and religion. go ahead make fun, seems you getting a kick out of it but its a sad, sad thing u doing. u dont see us sketching posters of jesus in a pile of mud and mary near ghosts cos as much as we respect our religion, we respect yours.. and along the line christianity is the closest to islam!!! i hope deep down sumday u will realize that every human loves their religion and hopefully you will stop this piggy drawings and rapists comment that you have been accusing our beloved prophet of. im hesitating to even go further cos people like u are inhumane and usless to even correspond to!

dag said...

"Its not about right and wrong...."

Excuse me, sir, if it's not about right and wrong then it is of no interest to any of us.

Islam is indeed not about right and wrong, given that there is no such distinction in Islam. As alien as it is to our general Western reader we msut explain that Islam is orthopraxy, not orthodoxy: Islam is not about right and wrong thinking but in correct behaviour. If one imitated the behaviours of Mohammed, then one is observant and submissive. Morality, whether we understand this or not, is not a part of Islam. If there is a more fundamental difference between Islam and all other creeds and religions I do not know of it. It is so alien that the reader will have to consider its implications for some time to grasp the full meaning of it. There is no morality to be had in Islam. There is no such thing as truth. There is only the will of Allah.

"Rapists comment that you have been accusing our beloved prophet of."

I do not gratuitously accuse Mohammed the historical figure of rape. Orwell's 1984 depicts a violent and sophisticated dystopia in which truth is convenient to the ruling class. It is convenient. It is made up and torn down according the desires of those who have the power to order its change. Islam is similar to the world of 1984 except that in practicve, Islam is a parody of it, a shabby imitation of a real dystopia of mind control. And yet there are Muslims so brain-washed into their culture of submission that regardless of what they read in the Qur'an, ahadith, and sira, regardless of what it states in Arabic for anyone to read, they still cannot understand the reality of the truth, the sense of facts. Two plus two equals five, and they believe it.

Mohammed, sir, is clearly a rapist. Any fool can see that in the canonical literature. But only a Muslim can see it and not understand it.

Regarding the constant appeals to "respect," I urge you to give up the cliche mongering and to spend your efforts more wisely by not beating up women, by not exhorting your fellows to violence, and to otherwise encourage you own self to earn some respect. You get none for free.

Anonymous said...

That girl looks a little older than six, and a little too old for Muhammed.

dag said...

Artistic licence.

I could put up some things here that are better left un put up here. I'm sure we all get the idea regardless. All, that is, but the Muslim idiots who deign to drop in and write to us that we are racists for point out Mohammed's paedophilia.

In coming days I'll plod through the Qur'an and ahadith to come up with quotations that explain why we know Mohammed is a rapist, child molestor, and bgeneral savage bastard.

In the meantime, I urge you to copy and spread across the troubled face of our world the lovely graphics on display here so the Muslims can find further reason to show the people what they are truly like when the mask of taqiyya is down. They smile, they cry, they beat their chests and call us names, but when they don't get what they want they go crazy in public, and I'm all for more of that if I can help them along. I hope you feel the same way, and if you do spread those cartoons hither and yawn. It's bedtime. Will return next day for more fun and foibles. Thanks for joining me, and have a nice day wherever you are.