Saturday, September 11, 2010

My name is Wild at Heart and I'm not going to say I'm not a terrorist

In the manner of the movie My Name is Khan (and I am not a Terrorist), the rhetoric of many Muslims around the world has gone like this;
I am veiled but no I am not oppressed.
I am a Muslim but hell no I don't oppress women.
I believe in Allah but I don't flay camels alive
etc etc!
It is as if these Muslims are incessantly apologising for a crime they have never committed. They have grown up to feel, or have been somewhat forced to feel, that they are ALL guilty until proven otherwise. That is why they should continuously deny a crime that no one would accuse them of if they had not brought it up!
Dear Muslim, stand tall and stop saying sorry for the mistakes of others.
Dear non-Musilm, you can simply read one line of the Koran before stereotyping others;
"Do not transgress for God likes not transgressors"
Al-Baqara 190


Mohammed Gamal said...

Preach it, sister!

Anonymous said...


Wild at Heart said...

WB Gamal :)

Anonymous said...

because you are :P

you have to obey, to bend for the flow, to subordinate, to deny yourself to be granted right to live.. that's damn shit

one should never apologize for something he never thought of committing it

Mohammed Gamal said...

@Wild at Heart:
Thanks. Whenever I see one of these people saying "My Name is X, and I am not a terrorist", I get a strong urge to say the famous George Costanza from Seinfeld.
"My name is Mohammed, I am unemployed and I live with my parents" :D