***Jangan merasa aneh atau heran. ***Diwaktu masih miskin dan lemah, AS selalu memandang rendah bahkan menghina Tiongkok. Sekarang ? AS menjilati Tiongkok.
***Diwaktu Islam masih lemah, mereka sama sekali tidak sempat dan tidak mampu melawan laskar Kristus. Sekarang ? Denmark meminta maaf. ***Kalo mau menyatakan expressi bebas, pilihlah depiction of the Jesus Christ...... --- In email@example.com, "gkrantau" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > > SEDIKIT KOMENTAR mengenai 'depiction of the prophet of Islam' - anehnya > di abad ke-15 (A.D.) di zaman Empirium Ottoman banyak lukisan berwarna > dari sang Nabi yg beredar dan dipajang di buku2 terbitan zaman itu. > > Check the main library at your university or city for listing of > illustrations of Muhammad. I saw a series of such illustrations > depicting Muhammad riding Al Bouraq (with the face of a pretty woman, no > less!) and his meeting with the angel Gabriel, etc. > > Gabriela Rantau > > --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Jusfiq Hadjar <utusan.allah@> wrote: > > > > Astaga... > > > > Masih saja orang islam itu ribut-ribut hanya karena nabi mereka yang > fiktif itu dibikinin kartun... > > > > ----- > > .... > > > > > > > > > > BBC NEWS > > Prophet cartoon row in Indonesia > > By Lucy Williamson > > BBC News, Jakarta > > > > The Indonesian government says it has called on a blogging website to > take down two cartoons which depict Muslim Prophet Muhammad in sexual > situations. > > > > The communications minister said the drawings were "very > inappropriate", and said if necessary he would ask internet service > providers to block the site. > > > > The cartoons, which appeared on the website last month, have provoked > fierce debate among viewers. > > > > Many Muslims believe it is forbidden to depict Muhammad in any form. > > > > The two cartoons, which are several pages long, each tell a sexually > explicit story involving the Prophet, interspersed with verses > apparently lifted from the Koran. > > > > Indonesia's communications minister described the cartoons as "very > unethical and very inappropriate". > > > > He said the ministry was asking the website to remove them. And if > necessary, he said, it would ask internet service providers to block > access to the website itself. > > > > A ministry spokesman said the cartoons were offensive, not just to > Muslims, but to all religions. > > > > There were protests in Indonesia two years ago when cartoons depicting > Muhammad appeared in a Danish newspaper. > > > > Story from BBC NEWS: > > http://news.bbc.co.uk/go/pr/fr/-/2/hi/asia-pacific/7737223.stm > > > > Published: 2008/11/19 12:02:55 GMT > > > > Â© BBC MMVIII > > > > > > --------------- > > Jusfiq Hadjar gelar Sutan Maradjo Lelo > > > > > > Allah yang disembah orang Islam tipikal dan yang digambarkan oleh > al-Mushaf itu dungu, buas, kejam, keji, ganas, zalim lagi biadab > hanyalah Allah fiktif. > > >