September 18, 2006

Examples of a Peaceful Islamic Protest

Below Is a series of photos alledgedly taken from a peaceful islamic protest in England. I make no guarantees as to the authenticity of any of these photos, only that they were sent to me about a month ago and really don't bode will for my personal opinion of such a thing as a peaceful Islam. I know one exists out there, but I'm really not seeing too much of it. Here's the full context of what I recieved:


I got this from my friend in Canada. I am appalled at the guts of these jackasses.

Why in the name of God are they even allowed in our Countries?

This needs to be distributed all over the USA!

Maybe one of you with a political blog can work on that.

We recently had a man from Northern Ireland at our Church and he informed us that Islam means submission, not peace as we have been told in the media, see below.....Laura

The Pictures tell it all!

Muslims have stated that England will be the first country they take over!

These are pictures not shown on American TV or in American Newspapers (as they might help Bush's war on terror), but were forwarded to me by a Canadian Friend who thought Americans ought to know!

These pictures are of Muslims marching through the streets of London during their recent "Religion of Peace Demonstration."










Why would anyone think that we should be at war with such nice, peaceful Moslems?!

You need to forward this one!


If I would hazard a guess I would say these pics were taken over a year ago during the series of protests that brought to light England's extremely lax freedom of hate speech policy. I could always be mistaken though.

Something that catches me a bit off guard is that Rusty is using one of these images in reference to the "Exiled Muslim Cleric Behind London Protest Calling for Pope's Death" article. I'm not sure if he relizes that it's more than likely a stock photo.

Posted by aakaakaak at September 18, 2006 07:27 PM | TrackBack

I think a person has to be brought up in an atmosphere of hatred and anger, to be like that. It's more than I can understand. There are a few individual people that I've hated over the years, but never would have felt justified in killing them. Tempted, but not justified. I can't imagine hating, and wanting to destroy an entire group of people simply because their beliefs are different than mine. I don't think that's because I'm a Christian, although I am definetely that. I think it's just not in my nature, and absolutely NOT how I was brought up.

Posted by: Patty-Jo at September 18, 2006 11:53 PM

And they wonder why people hate them?

Posted by: Dave at September 20, 2006 05:06 PM

I'm pretty sure those are from the peaceful eruption of hatred, threats, and intimidation in the wake of the Danish cartoons.

Posted by: Doug at September 26, 2006 05:29 PM

my head hurts

Posted by: Jane at September 28, 2006 09:29 AM

hope the world can go back to peace soon.

Posted by: wedding dresses at September 28, 2006 04:17 PM

no more terrorism, so we can all live in a peaceful world

Posted by: real estate agent at September 28, 2006 04:21 PM

They run true to nature. Like pitbulls. If we marched through the streets demanding their heads we would get arrested. The press would not shut up about it and the ACLU would be breathing down our backs.

Posted by: Miss Carnivorous at September 28, 2006 10:08 PM

Truth be told if someone were to protest this type of protest I wouldn't really...ahem...CAIR.

Posted by: Jeremy H. Bol at September 28, 2006 11:16 PM

I'm sickened by this as well but we simply cannot make judgments on an entire religious group for the actions of some of them, and certainly not from a chain email that is generally misleading. Yes the pictures are real, yes a protest really happened in Jan 2006, yes it is shocking and appalling to say the least but of course the email doesn't tell you the whole truth, like the fact that this demonstration was widely condemned by authorities and religious groups in the media ( or the fact that the one picture of the guy with "Islam will dominate the world" is most likely from a different protest from 2004! or how about mentioning the truly peaceful demonstration on 16 Feb 2006. ( OBTW: this protest was actually reported on CNN Feb 7th.
Read this article at for additional info

Posted by: Mark at October 4, 2006 09:38 PM

Frightening pictures. However, I like to believe that the entire Muslim community does not share those thoughts. The Bloods, the Crips, and the KKK are all extremists in our country and their comments and protests are similar. I equate these Islamic nutjobs with them.

Posted by: PoliticalCritic at October 21, 2006 12:23 PM

Frightening pictures. However, I like to believe that the entire Muslim community does not share those thoughts. The Bloods, the Crips, and the KKK are all extremists in our country and their comments and protests are similar. I equate these Islamic nutjobs with them.

Unfortunately for us these "nutjobs" make the overall population of the Bloods, Crips, MS-13, KKK and several other gang populations together look miniscule in comparison. They control whole countries. They write textbooks to "educate" new generations of themselves for places like Saudi Arabia, Syria and Palestine. It's a bit bigger problem than a little bit of gang violence and drug trafficking.

Posted by: Jeremy H. Bol at October 22, 2006 08:26 PM

A major exhibition of work by French-American sculptor Louise Bourgeois is to be held at Tate Modern...

Posted by: Rowan Chastain at June 22, 2007 04:33 AM

These people have been fighting for thousands of years, I dont 't trully believe there is a way to stop them from hating us...But if your aware of the fact that these countries are the herion capitals of the world, then you can understand that there is no dealing with herion addicts....not logiclly anyways... We could always teach them the same lesson that we taught japan....They are a lot less aggresive now days....I personally would rather fight them on there land instead of ours....

Posted by: cj at July 20, 2007 12:43 AM

I am sick to death of people trying to manipulate me with pictures that are obviously altered. Look carefully at the "font" of these supposedly hand lettered signs the protestors are carrying. There are individual letters that are identical from word to word. This is the work of some juvenile delinquent with access to PhotoShop and time on his/her hands. I cannot however deduce the motive behind such behavior. Yes these protestors are nuts but are we generalizing about all Islamists when we see these pictures? And why is someone adding fuel to the fire by manipulating these images?

Posted by: Ralph Fernandez at July 22, 2007 08:20 AM

I recieved these photos at work, and I must say, I made exactly the same observation as Ralph did. So i decided to investigate and found a link to this among other things, and the posts have been informative, but I'm still not sold on this. Yes these people and their opinions do exist, I have no doubt of that, but as Ralp pointed out, either 1 person has written all of these because he's the only person in the group who can write in english, or yeah, photoshop fakes. Im not going to stick like glue to anything, but im leaning towards the fakes, all the 'S' look like '5' and all seem to be the same ink pen in the same hand writing.

Posted by: AnDY at August 7, 2007 10:54 PM

To Jeremy: Regarding your comment "I like to believe that the entire Muslim community does not share those thoughts", you may like to believe that the moon is made of blue Cheese, but that doesn't make it so. Of course the entire Muslim community doesn't share those views, but enough do to be cause for concern.

Posted by: Ipkis at September 15, 2007 12:29 AM
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