Mohammed in a Pink Dress

Recently, Mike Adams wrote an open missive to the National Endowment for the Arts and published it with the title, The Queer Muhammed: an experiment in tolerance. Here’s the leadoff:

I write to you today, not with a request, but with a demand. I’ve been sitting back patiently while the NEA has been promoting anti-Christian “art” for a number of years. In fact, one could say that I have been supporting it, too, given that my tax dollars have been spent on this garbage. And maybe I’ve been supporting it in another way by refusing to write you to express my frustration. That is, until now.

In the spirit of the “separation of church and state,” my demand is that you commission a painting–fully funded with tax dollars–that has one intention and one intention only: To offend Muslims everywhere.

In the spirit of the experiment Dr. Adams proposes, I humbly submit the following:

[N.B. UPDATE: Ya really ought to start the sound file, now… ]



I’ll say this for the old Butcher of Medina: he’s got gams. Such a pleasant singing voice, too. And though I prefer blondes (my Wonder Woman’s of solid Nordic stock), if he’d shave, I might even be tempted to give ‘im a twirl around the dance floor. But since I don’t swing that way, I’d never—not even in my wildest bachelor years—take it any further…

Second thought, I have to wonder if s/he uses “Essence of Goat Dung” as his/her personal fragrance… Yeh, there goes the invitation onto the dance floor, boys n girls. Not gonna dance with goat dung, no matter how good the attached legs are.

Publishing Mohammed’s dance card at Basil’s Blog, The Conservative Cat and TMH’s Bacon Bits. Ah, heck, Maybe Don Surber would like a spin on the dance floor, too.

Update: In spite of the threat to his embassy, Itsapundit linked this lil piece. All i wanna know is, when the Moose-limbs burn down his embassy, who’s bringing the marshmallows? Yeh, yeh, I know Mohammed’s bringing the hot dogs…

[Yet another update, below the fold… additions from some good folks who shall remain annonymous for the nonce…]


Mohammed with his transvestite squeeze, poodle and fav beer…

17 Replies to “Mohammed in a Pink Dress”

  1. Oh, Diane, please do!

    To meet Adams’ criteria, the pic should include a toy poodle (held in the crook of the right arm?) and a Playgirl Magazine (left hand?)


  2. what all of you know about mohammed … definitely nothing….and your best jop is that. becouse you have no brain in your ‘ve lost your humanity. and you dont know who are you.what are your aim in the
    world.and what will happen after you dies.what waits ? asking you what is your reason for kill
    hundrets of innocent peoples in the ?rac and lubnan.where is your humanity and demochrachy ? dont
    are liers.finally ? sad that woowing dogs cant arrive and disturb pigeons.they onyl can makes
    loud on the land of the hell.

  3. am sure that jesus will not be happy if he saw this picture, youe are humiliateing his brother,
    you have to read abpout mohammed ( peace be up on him ) befor you say anything about him, but am sue who did
    this picture is ( person with no brain inside his/her head ) – ( person with no educated,cultured, cultivated enlightened,learned and erudite.

    [Are you sure your name isn’t really spelled “denial”? You show not one single solitary iota of evidence that you know anything about the matter at hand. Jesus frequently mocked, derided and otherwise showed profound disrespect to liars, thieves, murderers and slanderers, such as the Pharisees and Sadducees of his day… What?!? You ddn’t know that? Of course you didn’t you subliterate boob. Nor, apparently are you aware that Mohammed was a liar, slanderer, thief, murderer, pedophile and oath-breaker. That Mohammed regularly and habitually and continually, with his words and deeds, slandered Jesus (as do you by calling him Mohammed’s brother) and the Holy Spirit, a deed Jesus noted was unforgiveable. Mohammed, who roasts in hell forever–and that’s a theological assessment based on the historical record of his own words and deeds–deservers nothing BUT disrespect, as does anyone who defends or in any way shows his memory any respect whatsoever. Now, “Go away, or I shall taunt you a second time.”]

  4. He or She will be Punished in this world……YOU HAVE JUST INVITED TROUBLE! Over all I’ve only on thing for the person who have posted that picture “If U just try to look in Mohammed’s real life and Try to know something more about Him” I bet ur sins will be washed away and U will be blessed by GOD in this world itself…..who knows GOD may have given U a chance to Look in to look into a gr8 Personality’s life “MOHAMMED”….. You are really Lucky if thats TRUE 🙂

  5. FUCK ALL OF YOU !!!

    [Obviously not a “faithful Muslim” since he-it desires fornication with a large number of people of both sexes. What would Mohammed say? *heh*-ed.]

  6. You dont know what youre doing.

    You dont know anything.Try to act wisely about everything!

    Little is known of Muhammad during his youth, and from the fragmentary information that we have, it is hard to separate history from legend.[35] It is known that he became a merchant and “was involved in trade between the Indian ocean and the Mediterranean Sea.”[36] He was given the nickname “Al-Amin” (Arabic: ??????), meaning “faithful, trustworthy” and was sought out as an impartial arbitrator.[12][8][37] His reputation attracted a proposal from Khadijah, a forty-year-old widow in 595.[36] Muhammad consented to the marriage, which by all accounts was a happy one.

    The earliest surviving image of Muhammad from Rashid al-Din’s Jami’ al-Tawarikh, approximately 1315, depicting the episode of the Black Stone.[38]Ibn Ishaq records that Khadijah bore Muhammad six children: two sons named Al Qasem and Abdullah (who is also called Abdullah Al Tayeb or Abdullah Al Taher), and four daughters: Zainab, Ruqayyah, Umm Kulthum, and Fatima. Muhammad was called Abu Al-Qasim (father of Qasim) after his eldest son Qasim, according to Arab customs. All of Khadija’s children were born before Muhammad reported receiving his first revelation. Both of Muhammad’s sons died in childhood, with Qasim dying at the age of two.

    According to the Muslim tradition, the young Muhammad played a role in the restoration of the Kabba, after parts of it had been destroyed by one of Mecca’s frequent flash floods.[39] When the reconstruction was almost done, disagreements arose as to who would have the honor of lifting the Black Stone into place and different clans were about to take up arm against each other. One of the elders suggested they take the advice of the first one who entered the gates of the Haram. This happened to be Muhammad. He spread out his cloak, put the stone in the middle and had members of the four major clans raise it to its destined position. The cloak became an important symbol for later poets and writers.[40]

    Muhammad often retreated to Mount Hira near Mecca. Islamic tradition holds that the angel Gabriel began communicating with him here in the year 610 and commanded Muhammad to recite the following verses:[41]

    Proclaim! (or read!) in the name of thy Lord and Cherisher, Who created- Created man, out of a (mere) clot of congealed blood: Proclaim! And thy Lord is Most Bountiful,- He Who taught (the use of) the pen,- Taught man that which he knew not.(Surah 96:1-5)

    Upon receiving his first revelations he was deeply distressed. When he returned home he related the event to his wife Khadijah, and told her that he contemplated throwing himself off the top of a mountain.[42] He was consoled and reassured by Khadijah and her Christian cousin, Waraqah ibn Nawfal. Waraqah was immediately enthusiastic, but Khadijah proceeded more cautiously, and was only satisfied that the revelations had indeed come from a good source after the conclusion of a test she had devised to determine that very thing. This was followed by a pause of three years during which Muhammad had gave himself up further to prayers and spiritual practices. When the revelations resumed he was reassured and commanded to begin preaching (Surah 93:1-11).[43]

    According to Welch, these revelations were accompanied by mysterious seizures as the reports are unlikely to have been forged by later Muslims.[12] Muhammad was confident that he could distinguish his own thoughts from these messages.[44]

    In 619, the “year of sorrows,” both Muhammad’s wife Khadijah and his uncle Abu Talib died. The relationship between Muhammad’s followers and Muhammad’s own Quraysh tribe, already bad, further worsened.[52]

    Muhammad then tried to establish himself in another important city in Arabia, Ta’if, but his effort failed and further brought him into physical danger. Muhammad returned to Mecca. A Meccan man named Mut’im b. Adi made it possible for him safely to re-enter his native city.[12] Many people were visiting Mecca on business or as pilgrims to the Kabaa. Muhammad took this opportunity to look for a new home for himself and his followers. After several unsuccessful negotiations, he found hope with some men from Yathrib (later called Medina).[12] The Arab population of Yathrib were somewhat familiar with monotheism because a Jewish community existed in that city.[12]

    The earliest biographies describe Muhammad at this time delivering what Western scholars have dubbed the “satanic verses,” which recognized the validity of three Meccan goddesses considered to be the daughters of Allah. Muhammad later retracted the verses saying Gabriel had instructed him to do so.[53][54] Starting in the tenth century, Islamic scholars began to reject the account.[55] The relations between the Muslims and their pagan fellow-tribesmen rapidly deteriorated; while the Quraysh had not previously shown significant opposition to Muhammad and his followers, his denounciation of the Meccan idols provoked hostile reactions. Apart from insults, Muhammad was protected from physical harm due to belonging to the Banu Hashim. This protection did not extend to much of his followers, who were subsequently persecuted by the Meccans.[56] These Muslims would later raid Meccan caravans partly because they believed they had been treated badly.[57]

    Some time in 620, Muhammad told his followers that he had experienced the Isra and Miraj, a miraculous journey said to have been accomplished in one night along with the angel Gabriel. In the first part of the journey, the Isra, he is said to have travelled from Mecca to “the farthest mosque” (in Arabic: masjid al-aqsa), which Muslims usually identify with the Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem. In the second part, the Miraj, Muhammad is said to have toured heaven and hell, and spoken with earlier prophets, such as Abraham, Moses, and Jesus. Ibn Ishaq, author of first biography of Muhammad, presents this event as a spiritual experience while later historians like Al-Tabari and Ibn Kathir present it as a physical journey.[58] Those Muslims subscribing to the latter view consider the Foundation Stone under the Dome of the Rock to be the site from which Muhammad ascended to heaven on the Buraq.

    [Yet another apologist for the pedophile, rapist, mass murder, thief, slaver and apparent offspring of a syphilletic pig and mad dog, Mohammed, Butcher of Medina.–ed.]

  7. Marriages and children

    Main article: Muhammad’s family

    Muhammad’s life is traditionally defined into two epochs: pre-hijra (emigration) in Mecca, a city in northern Arabia, from the year 570 to 622, and post-hijra in Medina, from 622 until his death in 632. All but two of his marriages were contracted after the [migration to Medina].

    He married 11 or 13 women depending upon the differing accounts of who his wives were. At the age of 25, Muhammad married Khadijah which lasted for 25 years.[124] This marriage is described as “long” and “happy,” and he relied upon Khadija in many ways.[125][126] Muhammed did not enter into marriage with another woman during his marriage with Khadija. After her death, friends of Muhammad advised him to marry again, but he was reluctant to do so.[126][127] It was suggested to Muhammad by Khawla bint Hakim, that he should marry Sawda bint Zama, a Muslim widow, or Aisha. Muhammad is said to have asked her to arrange for him to marry both. Later, Muhammad married additional wives, most of them widows, to make for a total of eleven, of whom nine or ten survived him. Scholars such as Watt and Esposito hold that most of the marriages aimed at strengthening political ties (according to the Arabian custom) or providing a livelihood to widows (it was hard for widows to remarry in a culture that emphasized virgin marriages).[128][129]

    The status of several of Muhammad’s wives is disputed by scholars. Maria al-Qibtiyya may have been a slave, a freed slave, or a wife.[citation needed] Aisha was six or seven years old when betrothed to Muhammad. She stayed in her parents’ home until the age of nine, when the marriage was consummated.[130]

    Only two of Muhammad’s wives bore him children. Khadijah is said to have borne him four daughters and two sons, though only one daughter, Fatima and her children survived her father. Maria al-Qibtiyya bore him a son, but the child died when he was ten months old. Some say that his daughter Zainab, mother to a daughter called Amma or Umama, survived him as well.[citation needed] Shi’a Muslims dispute the number of Muhammad’s children, stating that he had only one daughter, and that the other “daughters” were step-daughters.

    Descendants of Muhammad are known as sharifs ???? (plural: ?????? Ashraaf) or sayyid.

    In the Islamic prayer, Muslims end with the second tashahhud asking God to bless Muhammad and his descendants just as Abraham and his descendants were blessed.

    Children of Khadijah:

    Abd-Allah ibn Muhammad
    Qasim ibn Muhammad
    Ruqayyah bint Muhammad
    Umm Kulthum bint Muhammad
    Zainab bint Muhammad
    Fatima Zahra
    Children of Maria:

    Ibrahim ibn Muhammad

    Yet another apologist for the pedophile, rapist, mass murder, thief, slaver and apparent offspring of a syphilletic pig and mad dog, Mohammed, Butcher of Medina.–ed.

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