For the Draw Muhammad Day 2011

For the Draw Muhammad Day 2011
by Azadeh Azad
20-May-2011
 

My drawing for the Draw Muhammad Day for freedom of speech, expression, and human rights.

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salman farsi

Azadeh has to line up behind and endless queue of rivals

by salman farsi on

Raoul,

 

These days "courage" is like your and my identities: virtual. If the muslim radicals want kill every Tom, Dick and Harry (or should I say every Jane, Jill and Julie, not to be sexist) who blog an insulting comment then they have to ask Ahmadinejad for a few billions more of the oil money to fund them because such "courageous" bloggers outnumber the radical muslims by a factor millions.

Just to give you a feel for the scale of it.

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Raoul1955

Salman:

by Raoul1955 on

I am very impressed by your allah's English.  :-)  Now the Pakis, Iranians, and Arabs need to improve their English so that they can follow such instructions, instead of beheadings, killings, and stoning women. 

Muslims even behead peaceful Buddhists!

On a more serious note: If Azadeh has the courage to present a 'depiction' of that dude knowing full well that muslims do kill anyone who is critical of their deity allah, or HIS prophet, I think that she can surely manage your deity allah.
allah-akbar to you my fellow muslim,
Ayatoallah Raoul.  :-)

 


salman farsi

Allah addressing those who mock His prophet

by salman farsi on

 

 

 

 

Addressing the Holy Prophet, God says in the Quran:

1. “Bear patiently what they say.” — 20:130 and 50:39.

2. “And bear patiently what they say and forsake them with a

becoming withdrawal.” — 73:10.

3. “Obey not the disbelievers and the hypocrites, and disregard

their hurtful talk.” — 33:48

In the verses quoted above, Muslims are taught to bear their feelings of

hurt and anger with patience, and to ignore the abuse.

Another verse having some bearing on this subject is as follows:

“And if you invite them to guidance, they hear not; and you see

them looking towards you, yet they see not. Hold fast to

forgiveness and enjoin goodness and turn away from the

ignorant.” — 7:198-199

http://www.islamic-book-depot.org.uk/abuse.pdf

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Raoul1955

Azadeh:

by Raoul1955 on

I like your drawing, and more importantly your courage to depict such a disgusting and vile entity.  We should remind ourselves that courage is not a 'testicle-dependent' quality, whereas violence and pedophilia often are.

Muhammad [spelling variations inclusive] was a violent and sexually deviant man who heard voices...  In this day and age someone like him would have been institutionalized or killed in a shootout before he could rape little girls.


Azadeh Azad

Ari :-)

by Azadeh Azad on

Thank you for the compliment and the link.

Cheers,

Azadeh


ramintork

Thanks Ari

by ramintork on

I have an entire library of drawings for this subject!

I'll use the page to publish it. 


Ari Siletz

Divine entemology!

by Ari Siletz on

Why don't you go ahead and say how you really feel :)

Powerful calligraphic expression!

You can post it here on the EDM 2011 facebook page.

 


پندارنیک

Making sense is not the point...

by پندارنیک on

The freedom to express the nonsense, is.

On either micro or macro level.


Demo

Global D Day!!

by Demo on

Just imagine for a moment what would happen if the whole world stand up on a specific day against all the ever increasing injustice, poverty, discrimination, autocracy, & all other global miseries? That is macro-scopically impossible. Isn't it? But on the micro level there always have been a person or a group of people who have exactly done that. Isn't that true? To many's dislike, however, Mohammed was & will always be remembred as one of the greatest among those. What do we have ourselves to offer for our times on a D Day? Ans.: Ridiculing him by drawing such nonsense above!

 


پندارنیک

How do you draw Moses?

by پندارنیک on

By dropping a Penny.........

A lame, possibly racist, this ist, that ist joke; I know....