10 August 2010

Entitled to his entitlements

The average Guantanamo detainee puts on 20 pounds during his stay at Guantanamo Bay, a place where more money is spent on Muslim halal food for prisoners than for the guards there.

Fitting into his old pants is just torture!

RELATED: Home of the brave...

...land of the Y... M... C... A...
Bottom line: I hope that the mosque owners will be as open to the bar, as I am to the new mosque. After all, the belief driving them to open up their center near Ground Zero, is no different than mine.

My place, however, will have better music.
Fair is fair.

(via sda)


maryT said...

Why are muslim prisoners, where ever they are, in the USA and Canada given special privleges re food, korans, prayer mats and prayer time. If they were so religious, why did they commit the crimes they did.
Baird has said, one rule for all re showing your face, why not one rule for all prisoners.
It is way past time to quit catering to those muslims as the more we give the more they think we are weak and will continue their barbaric acts.
Are the same people saying keep Conrad out begging for us to bring Omar home.

Anonymous said...

Actually, Queen had a great song that opened their album "Jazz" called "Mustapha", with a full-on muezzin call....that's a rather interesting juxtaposition, eh?

Neo Conservative said...

"jag says... a full-on muezzin call"

freddie mercury... aka farrokh bulsara... was an incredibly talented musician & artist and a pretty interesting guy.

he was not, however, much loved by the denizens of zanzibar... his place of birth...
A further controversy ensued in August 2006, when an organisation calling itself Islamic Mobilization and Propagation petitioned the Zanzibar government's culture ministry, demanding that a large-scale celebration of what would have been Mercury's sixtieth birthday be cancelled."

"The organisation issued several complaints about the planned celebrations, including that Mercury was not a true Zanzibari and that he was bisexual, which is not in accordance with the laws of Islam, the dominant religion of the island. The organisation claimed that "associating Mercury with Zanzibar degrades our island as a place of Islam."