Islam & Comedy

When you think of Islam, the first thing that pops into your head is probably comedy, right? No you say? Well watch the following video. Islam and comedy, two great tastes that go great together!



Hey, you have to start somewhere!

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  1. Muslims have a sense of humor? Who knew.

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  2. they might have a sense of humor but their 'book' does not

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  3. Mohammedan humor usually centers around either Jews or cuckholded men as the brunt of the jokes.

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  4. This gave me a good smile.

    Too many people dehumanize Muslims. The vast majority are great people who were simply unfortunate enough to have been born into an oppressive and hateful society.

    It's why we're called to evangelize.

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  5. Real Islam isn't funny. Cram all 1400 years of its history free with the Historyscoper at http://go.to/islamhistory

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  6. Funny :)

    I agree with sjgmore. Dehumanizing another faith is what the anti-Catholics did earlier on in American history. Let's not fall into that error.

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  7. Dom, SJGmore - there is no comparison with Mohammedanism and Catholicism/Christianity. And Dom, you cannot "dehumanize" a faith, since a faith is not human, but is indeed practiced BY humans.

    Mohammedanism was begun as an epileptic fit from a pedophile who was guided by Satan, which is why from its very begining it sought to annihilate all non-Mohammedans (Christian, Jewish, Pagan) from the Arabian peninsula (and succeeded). Before you give a knee-jerk PC reaction of "now come on!" I wholeheartedly suggest you study up on the religion. It is nothing if not detestable in creed and action.

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  8. User another browser, Robert.

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  9. "early riser" said: "Mohammedan humor usually centers around either Jews or cuckholded men as the brunt of the jokes."

    A look at Christian humor throughout most of history would reveal pretty much those same comedic themes.

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  10. Anthony, I would argue those are common themes to Western existance, but that Christian humor (and I'm starting 2,000 years ago as far back as St Lawrence here) are far wider and have less of a common denominator (i.e. the two I mentioned).

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