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« يا مبروك يا مبروكيافا قبل ال48 »

How to become a celebrity, overnight

  • By: Qwaider

  • On:Saturday, March 03, 2007 12:43:13 PM
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    fMany have done this, and successfully, the procedure is very simple. But don't take my word for it, ask Ayyan Hirsi Ali or Salman Rushdie.

    All you have to do is write a book, it doesn't matter if its junk or fabricated. It doesn't matter if it's worth reading or not, it doesn't matter if your writing style is developed or not, what matters is the SUBJECT of the book, and that subject better be against Islam. But, you can't be moderately against Islam, you have to be so provocative that you will receive a death threat because it....

    And then your suddenly, and overnight shoot up to stardom of celebrity. You will become an outspoken person, a representative of the "Free" thought, and the caster of "darkness"

    I think it's pure junk for people to even consider documented Liars (like Ayyan Hirsi Ali, who lied on her immigration documents) as the ultimate truth and the epitome of insight regarding these issues. Especially when you know that she Supported the death sentence against Salman Rushdie

    I had a little discussion with a friend of mine who happens to be Dutch, belonged to the same party, and worked previously as a politician. He did show his admiration to the lady's hard work to flip all the tables, and look under all the rocks. But he did say that everything she ever said was a provocation of some sort. She provoked the minorities, the masses, the Muslims everywhere.

    Upon looking closer to Hirsi Ali's career, I can authoratively say that she's a celebrity junkie. She just adores the lights and seeks to remain in them for as long as she possibly can. And her loud position against Islam helped facilitate this in a world that grows more and more anti-Islam by the second. (Because frankly Anti-Christianity, is so 16 century)

    If you read Hirsi Ali's writings you won't be as impressed as when you read say Salman Rushdie, she tries and fails and the fact that she took refuge in the protection of other languages and cultures prove that she's really not up to par to have a head on collision with the Arabic scholars who would easily paint skid marks all over her face, and purely rationally.

    Another very easy method is to ride the wave of radical feminism that's sweeping the world these days. All you have to say is that you are appalled by men who did this or did that, sprinkle a little Islam in there, marinate with the words Arabic and Men and presto, you're the next big thing

    One of the most grave mistakes that many delve into is the trial of a religion like Islam in an Atheist court. Of course the Quran said this and that. But you have to understand, for Muslims, this is the word of God! For Atheist not to believe it is one thing, proving Islam is bad Because, the "book" contains some violent verses. Excuse me, but does the constitution of the united states contain provisions for dropping Nuclear bombs on civilian targets?! Not once, but twice? So anyone trying to feed people nonsense about violence against this or that should really direct it to things that relate to them. An Infidel is just an "Enemy". And George Bush made that very clear, if you're not with me, you're my enemy!

    So, who's the next celebrity out there?

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    « يا مبروك يا مبروكيافا قبل ال48 »

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    • Beti
    • Windows Internet Explorer
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    • On: 3/3/2007 1:21:58 PM
    Maybe it's you ;)
    • #2
    • Anonymous
    • Windows Internet Explorer
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    • On: 3/3/2007 1:45:36 PM
    Enjoyed reading this piece.
    I can't but agree that the strategy of becoming a celebrity over night is to impress the masses with a provocative stand. Salman Rushdie writes “The Satanic Verses”, Khumeini sentences him to death, and then the whole Western democratic secular world becomes a protector and savior against that violent religion who doesn’t even allow freedom of speech! The funniest is as if khumeini stands for GOD!
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    • Faten
    • Windows Internet Explorer
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    • On: 3/5/2007 11:14:04 PM
    Oh! Good one, so "Down Down Israel" and "Save Dome of the Rock and Al Aqsa" don't work anymore?
    What a pity
    You too can have your Memories Documented

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