Muslim Response To Muhammad Cartoons


The response to the twelve Muhammad cartoons from Muslims worldwide has been massive, relentless, and utterly shameful. Countless incidents of vandalism and arson shed light on the barbaric course that the religion of Islam has taken. Many Muslims have voiced their outrage at my site. My question to you is simple, "why don’t you express outrage at the ever increasing number of fanatics in your religion?" The militant Muslims in Palestine, Iran, Iraq, Syria, and elsewhere are far more insulting and dangerous to Islam than any cartoon about Mohammad.

Here are some pictures displaying the Muslim response to the cartoons over the last week…

British Muslims demonstrate outside the Danish embassy over the publication of cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad, in London February 4, 2006. The cartoons, which first appeared in a Danish newspaper, have sparked outrage across the Islamic world, although Britain’s normally provocative newspapers have so far refused to publish them. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor
Thousands of angry Syrian demonstrators storm the Danish Embassy in Damascus, Syria on Saturday, Feb. 4, 2006 and set fire to the Embassy building in protest of offensive caricatures of Islam’s prophet. The building also houses the embassies of Chile and Sweden. (AP Photo Bassem Tellawi).
Palestinian man walks on a Danish flag placed in front of a shop in East Jerusalem February 4, 2006. Palestinian youths tried to storm the European Union office in Gaza in protest over the printing by European newspapers of cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad that has whipped up fury across the Islamic world. REUTERS/Mahfouz Abu Turk

Palestinians burn a U.S. flag during a protest outside the European Union headquarters in Gaza City February 4, 2006. Dozens of Palestinian youths tried to storm the office of the European Union in Gaza on Saturday in protest over European newspapers that printed cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad, witnesses and police said. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem

Palestinians burn a Danish flag outside the European Union headquarters in Gaza City February 4, 2006. Dozens of Palestinian youths tried to storm the office of the European Union in Gaza on Saturday in protest over European newspapers that printed cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad, witnesses and police said. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem

Palestinian protesters burn a French flag during a demonstration against the publication of cartoons in European newspapers depicting the Prophet Mohammad, in the West Bank city of Ramallah February 3, 2006. (Loay Abu Haykel/Reuters)

Pakistani Islamists from Jamiat Ulma-e-Pakistan group burn Danish, Norwegian and French flags during a rally in Lahore February 3, 2006. REUTERS/Mohsin Raza

A protestor demonstrates in front of the French Embassy, over the publication of cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad, in London February 3, 2006. (Luke MacGregor/Reuters)

A veiled Muslim protester, holding a placard, marches towards the Danish embassy during a demonstration in London, Friday Feb. 3, 2006. Hundreds of people protested against the publication of cartoons in nespapers around Europe depicting the Prophet Muhammad. (AP Photo/Lefteris Pitarakis)


344 Responses to “Muslim Response To Muhammad Cartoons”

  1. D. says:

    246, here is where you fall. (And yes, that is indeed “fall,” not “fail”)

    “The symbol of Christianity is a dead man nailed to an instrument of torture and death…(your omitted part)….to graciously die for a wicked, unworthy sinner named D., so that D. could have the chance to simply accept the Saviour, and be wonderously saved, and not have to endure the everlasting punishment.”

    It has been corrected.

  2. D. says:

    I failed to understand. Now I know. I read here

    It’s 2010. Fuck your stupid jesus stories.

  3. D. says:

    Netyahoo, a.k.a. Imposter D., really.

    Hm. All I have to start doing is signing, “True Christian D., Sealed and protected in the safety of the Lord’s Grace”

    As an Athiest, you would surely be too haughty to add that. :p

  4. D. says:

    I’m a stoopid Christian and I truely suck shit.

  5. D. says:

    Oh, we are finally getting to this athiestic artard! He now has enough reverance for the Christians, that he uses a capital letter for respect of our name!

    There is hope for you yet, however slim a chance it is.

  6. D says:

    I’m a stoopid christian and I truely suck shit and eat shit.

  7. D. says:

    I failed to understand. Now I know better. I read here

    It’s 2010. Fuck your stupid jesus stories.

  8. D. says:

    I’m a stupid christian and I truely suck shit.

  9. D. says:

    I failed to understand. Now I know better. I read truth here:

    It’s 2010. Fuck your stupid jesus stories.

  10. D. says:

    In modern computer speak,

    OMG athiesm jus got pwnt lol rofl silly nubs

    Evilbible has been disproven.

  11. D. says:

    I failed to understand. Now I know better. I read truth here:

    It’s 2010. Fuck your stupid jesus stories.

  12. D. says:

    I’m a typical stoopid christian and I truely suck shit.

  13. truely christian D., stuck in the dull stupidity of being shitfaced says:

    I failed to understand. Now I know better. I learn truth here:

    It’s 2010. Fuck your stupid jesus stories.

  14. D. says:

    It’s 2010. Fuck your stupid jesus stories.

  15. D. says:

    And we will still be preaching Jesus in 2011.

    Deal with it.

    Best thing you can do if you don’t like it is start killing us, because we are not going any other way.

  16. D. says:

    We are sad stupid weakminded christians and might never be able to face the evidence and the reality that our beliefs are myths.

    But the refrain is growing against our stupidity, and there is hope for others.

    It’s 2010. Fuck your stupid jesus stories.

  17. D. says:

    We are sad stupid weakminded christians and might never be able to face the evidence and the reality that our beliefs are myths.

    But the refrain is growing against our stupidity,

    It’s 2010. Fuck your stupid jesus stories.

  18. D. says:

    The refrain is growing against christian stupidity,

    It’s 2010. Fuck your stupid jesus stories.

  19. skaros says:

    Amen 265. “Fools make a mock at sin: but among the righteous [there is] favour.”
    266 and i are at one point the same… reality or a myth don’t listen to logic 266 listen to your heart 266
    “We are sad stupid weakminded christians and might never be able to face the evidence and the reality that our beliefs are myths.”

  20. skaros says:

    The auditory canal is attached to the aorta. Sorta.

  21. D. says:

    We are sad stupid weakminded christians and might never be able to face the evidence and the reality that our beliefs are myths.

    But now the refrain is growing against our stupidity,

    It’s 2010. Fuck your stupid jesus stories.

  22. D. says:

    We are sad stupid weakminded christians and might never be able to face the evidence and the reality that our sky fairy stories are fiction.

    But the refrain is growing against our stupidity,

    It’s 2010. Fuck your stupid jesus stories.

  23. D. says:

    We are sad stupid weakminded christians and might never be able to face the evidence and the reality that our beliefs are myth.

    But the refrain is growing against our stupidity,

    It’s 2010. Fuck your stupid jesus stories.

  24. christian smackdown says:

    Prosecute a christian today. They’ve been earning it for centuries. False advertising, murder, assault – take your pick. That religion is guilty on all counts.

    It’s 2010. Fuck your stupid jesus stories.

  25. mohammed says:

    Just tell him to come here. We deal with.

  26. Good News for Islam says:

    Ideal for mohammeds

    Puberty coming earlier for U.S. girls: study

  27. mohammed says:

    You have somethings painfully come to you

  28. boris says:

    yeah, mohammed, I feel painful headache coming from reading stupid muslim posts.

  29. Korgan says:

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    The truth on The Skeptics’ Overrated Bible
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    Religion is for the just, the true, and those who wish to gain eternal life.

  30. Korgan says:

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    The truth on The Skeptics’ Overrated Bible
    is shown here at

    Religion is for the just, the true, and those who wish to gain eternal life.

  31. KorgganathDLS says:

    AMAZING! I’ve never seen evolution explained like THIS! I cannot believe it! AMAZING!

    After that, try reading

  32. Slim Woman says:

    D, fuck off and go away. Stop spewing your absurd bible crap about that asshole of a god that you worship. The absurdity of your religion is plain to see, and as usual, Skeptics does a fine job of showing just how far wrong the xtian bible is, and how the absurd (and fortunately fictional) god that the bible describes would simply be a vengeful, cruel ASSHOLE rather than a reliever of suffering, if such a being actually existed. See here

    and here are a few examples to shield us from the stench of your crap:


    # “God saw every thing that he had made, and, behold, it was very good.”
    God purposefully designed a system that ensures the suffering and death of all his creatures, parasite and host, predator and prey.

    # The Genesis 1 creation account conflicts with the order of events that are known to science. In Genesis, the earth is created before light and stars, birds and whales before reptiles and insects, and flowering plants before any animals. The order of events known from science is just the opposite. 1:1-2:3

    # God creates light and separates light from darkness, and day from night, on the first day. Yet he didn’t make the light producing objects (the sun and the stars) until the fourth day (1:14-19). And how could there be “the evening and the morning” on the first day if there was no sun to mark them? 1:3-5

    # God spends one-sixth of his entire creative effort (the second day) working on a solid firmament. This strange structure, which God calls heaven, is intended to separate the higher waters from the lower waters. 1:6-8

    # Plants are made on the third day before there was a sun to drive their photosynthetic processes (1:14-19). 1:11

    # God lets “the earth bring forth” the plants, rather than creating them directly. Maybe Genesis is not so anti-evolution after all. 1:11

    # In an apparent endorsement of astrology, God places the sun, moon, and stars in the firmament so that they can be used “for signs”. This, of course, is exactly what astrologers do: read “the signs” in the Zodiac in an effort to predict what will happen on Earth. 1:14

    # God makes two lights: “the greater light [the sun] to rule the day, and the lesser light [the moon] to rule the night.” But the moon is not a light, but only reflects light from the sun. And why, if God made the moon to “rule the night”, does it spend half of its time moving through the daytime sky? 1:16

    # “He made the stars also.” God spends a day making light (before making the stars) and separating light from darkness; then, at the end of a hard day’s work, and almost as an afterthought, he makes the trillions of stars. 1:16

    # “And God set them [the stars] in the firmament of the heaven to give light upon the earth.” 1:17

    # In verse 11, God “let the earth bring forth” the plants. Now he has the earth “bring forth” the animals as well. So maybe the creationists have it all wrong. Maybe God created livings things through the process of evolution. 1:24

    # God gave humans dominion over every other living thing on earth. 1:26

    # God commands us to “be fruitful and multiply, and replenish the earth, and subdue it: and have dominion over … every living thing that moveth upon the earth.” 1:28

    # “I have given you every herb … and every tree … for meat.”
    Since many plants have evolved poisons to protect against animals that would like to eat them, God’s advice is more than a little reckless. Would you tell your children to go out in the garden and eat whatever plants they encounter? Of course not. But then, you are much nicer and smarter than God. 1:29

    # All animals were originally herbivores. Tapeworms, vampire bats, mosquitoes, and barracudas — all were strict vegetarians, as they were created by God. 1:30

    # “God saw every thing that he had made, and, behold, it was very good.” He purposefully designed a system that ensures the suffering and death of all his creatures, parasite and host, predator and prey. 1:31

    # In Genesis 1 the entire creation takes 6 days, but the universe is at least 12 billion years old, with new stars constantly being formed. 1:31

    # Humans were not created instantaneously from dust and breath, but evolved over millions of years from simpler life forms. 2:7

    # After making the animals, God has Adam name them all. The naming of several million species must have kept Adam busy for a while. 2:18-22

    # God fashions a woman out of one of Adam’s ribs.
    Because of this story, it was commonly believed (and sometimes it is still said today) that males have one less rib than females. When Vesalius showed in 1543 that the number of ribs was the same in males and females, it created a storm of controversy. 2:19

    # God curses the serpent. From now on the serpent will crawl on his belly and eat dust. One wonders how he got around before — by hopping on his tail, perhaps? But snakes don’t eat dust, do they? 3:14

    # Because Adam listened to Eve, God cursed the ground and causes thorns and thistles to grow. Before this, according to the (false) Genesis story, plants had no natural defenses. The rose had no thorn, cacti were spineless, holly leaves were smooth, and the nettle had no sting. Foxgloves, oleander, and milkweeds were all perfectly safe to eat. 3:17-18

    # When Lamech was born, nine generations were alive at once. Adam, Seth, Enos, Cainan, Mahalaleel, Jared, Enoch, Methuselah, and Lamech were all alive at the time of Lamech’s birth. Adam lived to see his great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson. 5:25

    # “There were giants in the earth in those days.” 6:4

    # Noah is told to make an ark that is 450 feet long. 6:14-15

    # Whether by twos or by sevens, Noah takes male and female representatives from each species of “every thing that creepeth upon the earth.” 7:8

    # God opens the “windows of heaven.” He does this every time it rains. 7:11

    # All of the animals boarded the ark “in the selfsame day.” 7:13-14

    # The flood covered the highest mountain tops (Mount Everest?) with fifteen cubits to spare. 7:20

    # “The windows of heaven were stopped, and the rain from heaven was restrained.” This happens whenever it stops raining. 8:2

    # Noah sends a dove out to see if there was any dry land. But the dove returns without finding any. Then, just seven days later, the dove goes out again and returns with an olive leaf. But how could an olive tree survive the flood? And if any seeds happened to survive, they certainly wouldn’t germinate and grow leaves within a seven day period. 8:8-11

    # When the animals left the ark, what would they have eaten? There would have been no plants after the ground had been submerged for nearly a year. What would the carnivores have eaten? Whatever prey they ate would have gone extinct. And how did the New World primates or the Australian marsupials find their way back after the flood subsided? 8:19

    # “And the Lord smelled a sweet savor.”
    Noah kills the “clean beasts” and burns their dead bodies for God. According to 7:8 this would have caused the extinction of all “clean” animals since only two of each were taken onto the ark. 8:20-21

    # “Be fruitful, and multiply, and replenish the earth.” Although this would have been good advice for the mythical Noah, it is deadly advice for humankind as a whole. Overpopulation is one of our greatest problems, yet there is nothing in the bible to address it. 9:1

    # According to this verse, all animals fear humans. Although it is true that many do, it is also true that some do not. Sharks and grizzly bears, for example, are generally much less afraid of us than we are of them. 9:2

    # “Into your hand are they (the animals) delivered.”
    God gave the animals to humans, and they can do whatever they please with them. This verse has been used by bible believers to justify all kinds of cruelty to animals and environmental destruction. 9:2

    # God is rightly filled with remorse for having killed his creatures. He even puts the rainbow in the sky to remind himself of his promise to the animals not to do it again. But rainbows are caused by the nature of light, the refractive index of water, and the shape of raindrops. There were rainbows billions of years before humans existed. 9:13

    # Some creationists believe that this verse refers to continental drift, which, they say, began to occur during the days of Pelag (which means “division”), about 100 or so years after the flood. But many other creationists disagree. 10:25

    # “The whole earth was of one language.” But this could not be true, since by this time (around 2400 BCE) there were already many languages, each unintelligible to the others. 11:1, 6

    # “Now nothing will be restrained from them, which they have imagined to do.”
    God worries that people could build a tower high enough to reach him (them?) in heaven, and that by so doing they will become omnipotent. 11:4-6

    # According to the Tower of Babel story, the many human languages were created instantaneously by God. But actually the various languages evolved gradually over long periods of time. 11:9

    # The ridiculously long lives of the patriarchs. 11:10-32

    # “Abram … pursued them unto Dan.”
    This is an obvious anachronism, since the city of Dan was not named “Dan” until the time of the Judges (see Judges 18:29). In fact, Dan (for whom the city was named) was not even born yet (see Genesis 30:6). 14:14

    # “And they returned to the land of the Philistines.” But the Philistines didn’t arrive in the region of Canaan until around 1200 BCE — 800 years after Abraham’s supposed migration from Ur. 21:32, 26:1, 8, 15, 18

    # Laban learns “by experience” that God has blessed him for Jacob’s sake. “By experience” means “by divination”, at least that is how most other versions translate this verse. 30:27

    # Jacob displays his (and God’s) knowledge of biology by having goats copulate while looking at streaked rods. The result is streaked baby goats. 30:37-39

    # God (or an angel) praises Jacob for his fancy genetic work in Gen.30:37-39. 31:11-12

    # Joseph and his magic divining cup. 44:5, 44:15


    # It took the Israelites 40 years to travel from Egypt to Canaan, yet such a journey, even at that time, would have taken no more than ten days. 16:35

    # The Israelite population went from 70 (or 75) to several million in a few hundred years. 1:5,7, 12:37, 38:26

    # Why are some people born with disabilities? Because God deliberately makes them that way. 4:11

    # God killed Egyptians and their livestock by smashing them with huge hailstones mixed with fire. 9:24

    # God led the Israelites through the land of the Philistines, hundreds of years before the Philistines were established in Canaan. 13:17

    # If you do what God says, he won’t send his diseases on you (like he did to the Egyptians). But otherwise…. 15:26

    # “The manna referred to in the Bible, in Exodus 16:14, seems to have been the dried excrement of Trabutina mannipara, a scale insect that feeds on tamarisk trees.” Benjamin B. Normark, The Sex Lives of Scales, Natural History, Sept. 2004. 16:14-15

    # A magical trumpet played loud while God came down in smoke, fire, and earthquakes onto Mt. Sinai. 19:16-18

    # “In six days the LORD made heaven and earth, the sea, and all that in them.”
    Believers often say that the “days” of creation should be taken allegorically, but this verse is quite clear. God created the universe in six 24 hour days. 20:11


    # The bible says that hares and coneys are unclean because they “chew the cud” but do not part the hoof. But hares and coneys are not ruminants and they do not “chew the cud.” 11:5-6

    # Bats are birds to the biblical God. 11:13, 19

    # Four-legged fowls are abominations. 11:20

    # Be sure to watch out for those “other flying creeping things which have four feet.” (I wish God wouldn’t get so technical!) I guess he must mean four-legged insects. You’d think that since God made the insects, and so many of them (at least several million species), that he would know how many legs they have! 11:23

    # God’s law for lepers: Get two birds. Kill one. Dip the live bird in the blood of the dead one. Sprinkle the blood on the leper seven times, and then let the blood-soaked bird fly off. Next find a lamb and kill it. Wipe some of its blood on the patient’s right ear, thumb, and big toe. Sprinkle seven times with oil and wipe some of the oil on his right ear, thumb and big toe. Repeat. Finally kill a couple doves and offer one for a sin offering and the other for a burnt offering. 14:2-52


    # The Israelite population went from seventy (Ex.1:5) to several million (over 600,000 adult males) in just a few generations! 1:45-46

    # When the tabernacle was set up, it was covered by a cloud during the day and by fire all night. 9:15

    # God led the Israelites from one camp to the other with a cloud. When the cloud stopped and rested someplace, the Israelites pitched their tents. When the cloud started moving again, the Israelites followed it. 9:16-23

    # God sends quails to feed his people until they were “two cubits [about a meter] high upon the face of the earth.” Taking the “face of the earth” to be a circle with a radius of say 30 kilometers (an approximate day’s journey), this would amount to 3 trillion (3×1012) liters of quails. At 2 quails per liter, this would provide a couple million quails for each of several million people. 11:31

    # God strikes Miriam with leprosy. (In the Bible, leprosy is caused by the wrath of God or the malice of Satan. 12:10

    # “They … cut down … a branch with one cluster of grapes, and they bare it between two upon a staff.”
    A single cluster of grapes was so heavy that it took two men to carry it. I guess that’s what you’d expect, though, since they were in the land of giants. (See verses 32-33.) 13:23

    # “And there we saw the giants … And we were in our own sight as grasshoppers, and so we were in their sight.” This statement may have been figurative, hyperbole, typical biblical exaggeration, or an actual description of the sons of Anak, in which case they must have been about 100 meters tall. These are the same giants (the Nephilium) that resulted when the “sons of God” mated with “the daughters of men in Gen.6:4. Of course these superhuman god-men should have been destroyed in the flood. So what are they doing still alive? 13:33

    # It took the Israelites 40 years to travel from Egypt to Canaan, yet such a journey, even at that time, would have taken no more than a few weeks. 14:33, 32:13

    # God’s cure for snakebite: a brass serpent on a pole. 21:8

    # God has “the strength of a unicorn.” Oh heck, I bet he’s even stronger than a unicorn. 23:22, 24:8

    # “He made them wander in the wilderness forty years.”
    It took the Israelites 40 years to travel from Egypt to Canaan, yet such a journey, even at that time, would have taken no more than a few weeks. 32:13


    # It took the Israelites 40 years to travel from Egypt to Canaan, yet such a journey, even at that time, would have taken no more a few weeks. 2:7, 8:2, 29:5

    # “A land of giants: giants dwelt therein in old time.” (They must have been much more common back then.) 2:10-11, 20-21

    # Og, the king of the giants, was a tall man, even by NBA standards. His bed measured 9 by 4 cubits (13.5 feet long and 6 feet wide). 3:11

    # God promises to cast out seven nations including the Amorites, Canaanites, and the Jebusites. But he was unable to fulfill his promise. These nations were “greater and mightier” than the Israelites, who according to Ex.12:37 and Num.1:45-46 already had numbered several million. So the region, according to the bible, must have had a population of more than twenty million! 7:1

    # This verse mistakenly says that the hare chews its cud. 14:7-8

    # To the biblical God, a bat is just an another unclean bird. 14:11, 18

    # “And thy heaven that is over thy head shall be brass, and the earth that is under thee shall be iron.” 28:23

    # “The LORD shall make the rain of thy land powder and dust: from heaven shall it come down upon thee, until thou be destroyed.” 28:24

    # “An eagle … beareth them on her wings.”
    Do eagles carry their young on their wings? I know of no evidence (except for the single anecdote provided here) that they do. 32:11

    # “Their wine is the poison of dragons.” I wonder what genus and species the bible is referring to when it mentions dragons. 32:33

    # Joseph’s “horns are like the horns of a unicorn.” 33:17


    # It took the Israelites 40 years to travel from Egypt to Canaan, yet such a journey, even at that time, would have taken no more than ten days. 5:6

    # Joshua says that those who try to rebuild Jericho will be accursed by God, and will have to sacrifice both their oldest and their youngest sons in its construction. Well, Jericho still exists today, and is often considered to be the world’s oldest, continuously occupied city. 6:26

    # In Joshua 8 the Israelites destroy Ai and make it a desolate heap. But Ai was an abandoned city by the time of the Israelites and this story is a myth invented to explain the ruins of an ancient city that the Israelites encountered. See Archaeology and Biblical Accuracy by Farrell Till. 8:1-29

    # This verse says that Ai was never again occupied after it was destroyed by Joshua. But Nehemiah (7:32) lists it among the cities of Israel at the time of the Babylonian captivity. 8:28

    # In a divine type of daylight savings time, God makes the sun stand still so that Joshua can get all his killing done before dark. 10:12-13

    # “And the coast of Og king of Bashan, which as of the remnant of the giants….” 12:4, 18:6


    # “The stars in their courses fought against Sisera.” Unless astrology is true, how can the stars affect the outcome of a battle? 5:20

    # “As the sun … goeth forth in his might.” The sun, according to the bible, goes around the earth. 5:31

    Ruth (None)

    1 Samuel

    # “The pillars of the earth are the LORD’s, and he hath set the world upon them. 2:8

    # “So Samuel called unto the LORD; and the LORD sent thunder and rain.” 12:18

    # After Jonathan’s first slaughter (20 men in one half acre), God showed his approval with “a very great trembling.” 14:15

    # Goliath was ten feet tall (”six cubits and a span”). 17:4

    2 Samuel

    # “He weighed the hair of his head at two hundred shekels.”
    Absalom’s hair was heavy upon him 14:25-26

    # In what is surely a biblical exaggeration, we are told that “the servants of David” killed 20,000 soldiers in one day. And that “the wood [forest] devoured more people that day than the sword devoured.” It must have been spooky forest to have devoured more than 20,000 soldiers. 18:7-8

    # A giant with six fingers and six toes. 21:20

    # “There went up a smoke out of his nostrils, and fire out of his mouth.”
    What happens when God gets mad? The earth shakes, the foundations of heaven move, smoke comes out of his nostrils, and fire out of his mouth.”22:8-9

    # “The foundations of the world were discovered … at the blast of the breath of his nostrils.” 22:16

    # How many soldiers did Israel have? This verse says that Judah and Israel had a total of 1,300,000 fighting men (1 Chr.21:5 says 1,570,000) in this battle. Of course, this is a ridiculously high number for a battle between two tribal armies in 1000 BCE. (The United States had about 1.37 million active duty soldiers in 2001.) 24:9

    1 Kings

    # This verse implies that the value of p is 3. (The actual value is approximately 3.14159.)
    Good Math, Bad Math: Innumerate Fundamentalists and ?

    # God creates droughts by causing “heaven to shut up” as a punishment for sin. 8:35

    # Ever the playful spirit, God withers, and then restores, the hand of king Jeroboam. 13:4

    # God passes by and causes a great wind, earthquake, fire, and a little voice. (God was in the little voice.) 19:11-12

    2 Kings

    # Lehi prayed and pillar of fire appeared out of nowhere on a rock. 1:6

    # God sends two bears to rip up 42 little children for making fun of Elisha’s bald head. 2:23-24

    # Elisha restores the life of a dead child, but only after laying on him a couple of times, putting his mouth on the child’s mouth, his eyes on the child’s eyes, and his hands on the child’s hands. Finally, the child responds by sneezing seven times.
    Was this a miraculous healing or artificial respiration? 4:32-35

    # Elisha cures a leper, but only after the leper dips himself seven times in the Jordan. 5:14

    # Elisha not only can cure leprosy, he can also dish it out. Here he makes his servant (Gehazi) and all his descendants lepers forever. 5:27

    # A dead body is brought to life when it accidentally touches the bones of Elisha. 13:21

    # “So, king of Egypt”
    There was no king of Egypt of the time named “So” or with any similar name. 17:4

    # Take a lump of figs. And they took and laid it on the boil, and he recovered.” 20:7

    # Isaiah, with a little help from God, makes the sun move backwards ten degrees. Now that’s quite a trick. All at once, the earth stopped spinning and then reversed its direction of rotation. Or maybe the sun traveled around the earth in those days! 20:11

    1 Chronicles

    # Some creationists believe that this verse (and Gen.10:25) refers to continental drift, which, they say, began to occur during the days of Pelag (which means “division”), about 100 or so years after the flood. 1:19

    # “The earth … shall be stable, that it be not moved.” It doesn’t spin on its axis or travel about the sun. 16:30

    # According to this verse David’s army had 1,100,000 men from Israel and 470,000 men from Judah, Of course, this numbers is ridiculously high for a battle between two tribal armies in 1000 BCE. (The United States had about 1.37 million active duty soldiers in 2001.) 21:5 David provides Solomon with a fantastically large amount of gold and silver with which to build the temple: 100,000 talents of gold and 1,000,000 talents of silver. Since a talent was about 60 pounds, this would be about 3,000 tons of gold and 30,000 tons of silver. 22:14

    # King David collects ten thousand drams (or darics) for the construction of the temple in Jerusalem. This is especially interesting since darics were coins named after King Darius I who lived some five hundred years after David. 29:7

    # As usual, the reported amounts of gold, silver, and iron are grossly exaggerated. (5000 talents of gold, for example, would be about 150,000 kilograms, which would be worth about 4.2 billion US dollars in today’s market.) 29:7

    2 Chronicles

    # Since the molten sea was round with a diameter of ten cubits and a circumference of thirty cubits, we know that the biblical value of p is 3. (The actual value is approximately 3.14159.) 4:2

    # Abijah spoke to 1,200,000 soldiers at one time. (He had a really loud voice.) 13:3-4

    # 500,000 soldiers die in a single God-assisted slaughter. 13:16-17

    # In the largest single God-assisted massacre in the bible, Asa, with God’s help, kills one million Ethiopians. 14:8-14

    # Asa, when he had a foot disease, went to physicians instead of seeking the Lord. (God disapproves of those who seek medical help rather than “seeking the Lord.”) 16:12

    # God makes Uzziah a leper for burning incense without a license. 26:19-21


    # In the house of the rolls … in Babylon” This is the only library building mentioned in the Bible. The author mistakenly thought that Media was a part of Babylon. 6:1-2

    Nehemiah (None)


    # “Haman thought in his heart.” Most people think with their heads, but biblical folks think with their hearts. 6:6


    # The earth rests upon pillars and doesn’t move (unless God gets angry or something). 9:6

    # “Which commandeth the sun, and it riseth not.”
    The earth is fixed and the sun travels about it. 9:7

    # “The measure thereof is longer than the earth.”
    (What is the length of a sphere?) 11:9

    # Heaven is set upon pillars that tremble when God gets mad. 26:11

    # “By the breath of God frost is given.” 37:10

    # The earth is set on foundations and it does not move. 38:4-6

    # “That it might take hold of the ends of the earth, that the wicked might be shaken out of it.”
    God could (if he wanted to) pick up the earth by its ends and shake all the wicked people off of it.

    # God has snow and hail all stored up to use later “in time of trouble. 38:22

    # God spread out the sky, which is a solid structure, hard and strong like a mirror. 37:18

    # Wilt thou hunt the prey for the lion?”
    God seems pleased to have created prey for lions and ravens to eat. 38:39-41

    # Ostriches are not cruel and stupid birds who abandon their eggs to die after laying them, as these verses imply. They are, in fact, careful and attentive parents. The male scoops out a hollow for the eggs, which are incubated by the female during the day and the male at night. After the eggs are hatched, they are cared for by the mother for over a month, at which time the chicks can keep up with running adults. 39:13-16

    # The bible is wrong about ostriches being cruel and inattentive parents (39:13-16). But if they were, whose fault would it be? Why would God deprive them of the tools that are needed to do the job right? 39:17

    # Bible believers have identified the behemoth as a hippopotamus, dinosaur, wildebeest, or crocodile. But my favorite is the way these verses are translated by Stephen Mitchell: “Look now: the Beast that I made: he eats grass like a bull. Look: the power in his thighs, the pulsing sinews of his belly. His penis stiffens like a pine; his testicles bulge with vigor.” 40:15-16

    # “His [the leviathan's] teeth are terrible round about.”
    God has equipped predators with teeth that tear the flesh of their prey. 41:14


    # “My reins also instruct me in the night seasons.”
    Jesus will search your kidneys 16:7

    # The earth shakes whenever God really gets mad. 18:7

    # The sun moves around the earth. 19:4-6

    Religion is ridiculous.

  33. D. says:

    Elizabeth Smart was raped by yet another bible-following christian wacko. The bible clearly instructs men to rape and murder. What a foul, evil, wicked book.

    Let’s rid the earth of this awful horror known as christianity now.

  34. Bryant Keala says:

    The url you mailed does not seem to work, does anyone have a mirror or backup weblink source?

  35. Larry Silverstein says:

    What Have Homosexuals
    Jews Got in Common?


    The Love That Dares To Speak Its Name
    By James Kirkup

    As they took him from the cross
    I, the centurion, took him in my arms-
    the tough lean body
    of a man no longer young,
    beardless, breathless,
    but well hung.

    He was still warm.
    While they prepared the tomb
    I kept guard over him.
    His mother and the Magdalen
    had gone to fetch clean linen
    to shroud his nakedness.

    I was alone with him.
    For the last time
    I kissed his mouth. My tongue
    found his, bitter with death.
    I licked his wound-
    the blood was harsh
    For the last time
    I laid my lips around the tip
    of that great cock, the instrument
    of our salvation, our eternal joy.
    The shaft, still throbbed, anointed
    with death’s final ejaculation

    I knew he’d had it off with other men-
    with Herod’s guards, with Pontius Pilate,
    With John the Baptist, with Paul of Tarsus
    with foxy Judas, a great kisser, with
    the rest of the Twelve, together and apart.
    He loved all men, body, soul and spirit. – even me.

    So now I took off my uniform, and, naked,
    lay together with him in his desolation,
    caressing every shadow of his cooling flesh,
    hugging him and trying to warm him back to life.
    Slowly the fire in his thighs went out,
    while I grew hotter with unearthly love.

    It was the only way I knew to speak our love’s proud name,
    to tell him of my long devotion, my desire, my dread-
    something we had never talked about. My spear, wet with blood,
    his dear, broken body all open wounds,
    and in each wound his side, his back,
    his mouth – I came and came and came.

    As if each coming was my last.
    And then the miracle possessed us.
    I felt him enter into me, and fiercely spend
    his spirit’s finbal seed within my hole, my soul,
    pulse upon pulse, unto the ends of the earth-
    he crucified me with him into kingdom come.

    -This is the passionate and blissful crucifixion
    same-sex lovers suffer, patiently and gladly.
    They inflict these loving injuries of joy and grace
    one upon the other, till they dies of lust and pain
    within the horny paradise of one another’s limbs,
    with one voice cry to heaven in a last divine release.

    Then lie long together, peacefully entwined, with hope
    of resurrection, as we did, on that green hill far away.
    But before we rose again, they came and took him from me.
    They knew not what we had done, but felt
    no shame or anger. Rather they were glad for us,
    and blessed us, as would he, who loved all men.

    And after three long, lonely days, like years,
    in which I roamed the gardens of my grief
    seeking for him, my one friend who had gone from me,
    he rose from sleep, at dawn, and showed himself to me before
    all others. And took me to him with
    the love that now forever dares to speak its name.

    James Falkender Kirkup, writer, translator and poet; born South Shields, Co Durham 23 April 1918; died Andorra 10 May 2009. Kirkup spent 91 years on this earth, but he will spend ETERNITY in the Lake of Fire.
    Now we will see what the Jews have to say about Jesus Messiah:
    Toldot Yeshu
    This is a derogatory version of the life of Jesus, growing out of the response of the Jewish community to Christianity. The tradition presented here is most commonly dated to approximately the 6th century CE. The text it self is closer to the 14th c. There is no scholarly consensus on to what extent the text might be a direct parody of a now lost gospel. H.J. Schonfield argued that it was so closely connected to the Gospel of the Hebrews that he attempted to reconstruct that lost work from the Toldot. There is not just one version of the story, and I have not found Goldstein vorlage on line, but there seems to be a version in Hebrew here.
    Text from Goldstein, Jesus in the Jewish Tradition, pp. 148-154. Most of the notes are mine, but they are clearly marked ([G] = Goldstein, [AH] = me)
    In the year 3671[1] in the days of King Jannaeus, a great misfortune befell Israel, when there arose a certain disreputable man of the tribe of Judah, whose name was Joseph Pandera. He lived at Bethlehem, in Judah.
    Near his house dwelt a widow and her lovely and chaste daughter named Miriam. Miriam was betrothed to Yohanan, of the royal house of David, a man learned in the Torah and God-fearing.
    At the close of a certain Sabbath, Joseph Pandera, attractive and like a warrior in appearance, having gazed lustfully upon Miriam, knocked upon the door of her room and betrayed her by pretending that he was her betrothed husband, Yohanan. Even so, she was amazed at this improper conduct and submitted only against her will.
    Thereafter, when Yohanan came to her, Miriam expressed astonishment at behavior so foreign to his character. It was thus that they both came to know the crime of Joseph Pandera and the terrible mistake on the part of Miriam. Whereupon Yohanan went to Rabban Shimeon ben Shetah and related to him the tragic seduction. Lacking witnesses required for the punishment of Joseph Pandera, and Miriam being with child, Yohanan left for Babylonia.[2]
    Miriam gave birth to a son and named him Yehoshua, after her brother. This name later deteriorated to Yeshu. On the eighth day he was circumcised. When he was old enough the lad was taken by Miriam to the house of study to be instructed in the Jewish tradition.
    One day Yeshu walked in front of the Sages with his head uncovered, showing shameful disrespect. At this, the discussion arose as to whether this behavior did not truly indicate that Yeshu was an illegitimate child and the son of a niddah[3]. Moreover, the story tells that while the rabbis were discussing the Tractate Nezikin, he gave his own impudent interpretation of the law and in an ensuing debate he held that Moses could not be the greatest of the prophets if he had to receive counsel from Jethro. This led to further inquiry as to the antecedents of Yeshu, and it was discovered through Rabban Shimeon ben Shetah that he was the illegitimate son of Joseph Pandera. Miriam admitted it.[4] After this became known, it was necessary for Yeshu to flee to Upper Galilee.
    After King Jannaeus, his wife Helene[5] ruled over all Israel. In the Temple was to be found the Foundation Stone on which were engraved the letters of God’s Ineffable Name. Whoever learned the secret of the Name and its use would be able to do whatever he wished. Therefore, the Sages took measures so that no one should gain this knowledge. Lions of brass were bound to two iron pillars at the gate of the place of burnt offerings. Should anyone enter and learn the Name, when he left the lions would roar at him and immediately the valuable secret would be forgotten.
    Yeshu came and learned the letters of the Name; he wrote them upon the parchment which he placed in an open cut on his thigh and then drew the flesh over the parchment. As he left, the lions roared and he forgot the secret. But when he came to his house he reopened the cut in his flesh with a knife an lifted out the writing. Then he remembered and obtained the use of the letters.[6]
    He gathered about himself three hundred and ten young men of Israel and accused those who spoke ill of his birth of being people who desired greatness and power for themselves. Yeshu proclaimed, “I am the Messiah; and concerning me Isaiah prophesied and said, ‘Behold, a virgin shall conceive, and bear a son, and shall call his name Immanuel.’” He quoted other messianic texts, insisting, “David my ancestor prophesied concerning me: ‘The Lord said to me, thou art my son, this day have I begotten thee.’”
    The insurgents with him replied that if Yeshu was the Messiah he should give them a convincing sign. They therefore, brought to him a lame man, who had never walked. Yeshu spoke over the man the letters of the Ineffable Name, and the leper was healed. Thereupon, they worshipped him as the Messiah, Son of the Highest.
    When word of these happenings came to Jerusalem, the Sanhedrin decided to bring about the capture of Yeshu. They sent messengers, Annanui and Ahaziah, who, pretending to be his disciples, said that they brought him an invitation from the leaders of Jerusalem to visit them. Yeshu consented on condition the members of the Sanhedrin receive him as a lord. He started out toward Jerusalem and, arriving at Knob, acquired an ass on which he rode into Jerusalem, as a fulfillment of the prophecy of Zechariah.
    The Sages bound him and led him before Queen Helene, with the accusation: “This man is a sorcerer and entices everyone.” Yeshu replied, “The prophets long ago prophesied my coming: ‘And there shall come forth a rod out of the stem of Jesse,’ and I am he; but as for them, Scripture says ‘Blessed is the man that walketh not in the counsel of the ungodly.’”
    Queen Helene asked the Sages: “What he says, is it in your Torah?” They replied: “It is in our Torah, but it is not applicable to him, for it is in Scripture: ‘And that prophet which shall presume to speak a word in my name, which I have not commanded him to speak or that shall speak in the name of other gods, even that prophet shall die.’ He has not fulfilled the signs and conditions of the Messiah.”
    Yeshu spoke up: “Madam, I am the Messiah and I revive the dead.” A dead body was brought in; he pronounced the letters of the Ineffable Name and the corpse came to life. The Queen was greatly moved and said: “This is a true sign.” She reprimanded the Sages and sent them humiliated from her presence. Yeshu’s dissident followers increased and there was controversy in Israel.
    Yeshu went to Upper Galilee. the Sages came before the Queen, complaining that Yeshu practiced sorcery and was leading everyone astray. Therefore she sent Annanui and Ahaziah to fetch him.
    The found him in Upper Galilee, proclaiming himself the Son of God. When they tried to take him there was a struggle, but Yeshu said to the men of Upper Galilee: “Wage no battle.” He would prove himself by the power which came to him from his Father in heaven. He spoke the Ineffable Name over the birds of clay and they flew into the air. He spoke the same letters over a millstone that had been placed upon the waters. He sat in it and it floated like a boat. When they saw this the people marveled. At the behest of Yeshu, the emissaries departed and reported these wonders to the Queen. She trembled with astonishment.
    Then the Sages selected a man named Judah Iskarioto and brought him to the Sanctuary where he learned the letters of the Ineffable Name as Yeshu had done.
    When Yeshu was summoned before the queen, this time there were present also the Sages and Judah Iskarioto. Yeshu said: “It is spoken of me, ‘I will ascend into heaven.’” He lifted his arms like the wings of an eagle and he flew between heaven and earth, to the amazement of everyone.
    The elders asked Iskarioto to do likewise. He did, and flew toward heaven. Iskarioto attempted to force Yeshu down to earth but neither one of the two could prevail against the other for both had the use of the Ineffable Name. However, Iskarioto defiled Yeshu, so that they both lost their power and fell down to the earth, and in their condition of defilement the letters of the Ineffable Name escaped from them. Because of this deed of Judah they weep on the eve of the birth of Yeshu.
    Yeshu was seized. His head was covered with a garment and he was smitten with pomegranate staves; but he could do nothing, for he no longer had the Ineffable Name.
    Yeshu was taken prisoner to the synagogue of Tiberias, and they bound him to a pillar. To allay his thirst they gave him vinegar to drink. On his head they set a crown of thorns. There was strife and wrangling between the elders and the unrestrained followers of Yeshu, as a result of which the followers escaped with Yeshu to the region of Antioch[7]; there Yeshu remained until the eve of the Passover.
    [8] Yeshu then resolved to go the Temple to acquire again the secret of the Name. That year the Passover came on a Sabbath day. On the eve of the Passover, Yeshu, accompanied by his disciples, came to Jerusalem riding upon an ass. Many bowed down before him. He entered the Temple with his three hundred and ten followers. One of them, Judah Iskarioto[9] apprised the Sages that Yeshu was to be found in the Temple, that the disciples had taken a vow by the Ten Commandments not to reveal his identity but that he would point him out by bowing to him. So it was done and Yeshu was seized. Asked his name, he replied to the question by several times giving the names Mattai, Nakki, Buni, Netzer, each time with a verse quoted by him and a counter-verse by the Sages.
    Yeshu was put to death on the sixth hour on the eve of the Passover and of the Sabbath. When they tried to hang him on a tree it broke, for when he had possessed the power he had pronounced by the Ineffable Name that no tree should hold him. He had failed to pronounce the prohibition over the carob-stalk[10], for it was a plant more than a tree, and on it he was hanged until the hour for afternoon prayer, for it is written in Scripture, “His body shall not remain all night upon the tree.” They buried him outside the city.
    On the first day of the week his bold followers came to Queen Helene with the report that he who was slain was truly the Messiah and that he was not in his grave; he had ascended to heaven as he prophesied. Diligent search was made and he was not found in the grave where he had been buried. A gardener had taken him from the grave and had brought him into his garden and buried him in the sand over which the waters flowed into the garden.
    Queen Helene demanded, on threat of a severe penalty, that the body of Yeshu be shown to her within a period of three days. There was a great distress. When the keeper of the garden saw Rabbi Tanhuma walking in the field and lamenting over the ultimatum of the Queen, the gardener related what he had done, in order that Yeshu’s followers should not steal the body and then claim that he had ascended into heaven. The Sages removed the body, tied it to the tail of a horse and transported it to the Queen, with the words, “This is Yeshu who is said to have ascended to heaven.” Realizing that Yeshu was a false prophet who enticed the people and led them astray, she mocked the followers but praised the Sages.
    The disciples went out among the nations–three went to the mountains of Ararat, three to Armenia, three to Rome and three to the kingdoms buy the sea, They deluded the people, but ultimately they were slain.
    The erring followers amongst Israel said: “You have slain the Messiah of the Lord.” The Israelites answered: “You have believed in a false prophet.” There was endless strife and discord for thirty years.
    The Sages desired to separate from Israel those who continued to claim Yeshu as the Messiah, and they called upon a greatly learned man, Simeon Kepha, for help. Simeon went to Antioch, main city of the Nazarenes and proclaimed toe them: “I am the disciple of Yeshu. He has sent me to show you the way. I will give you a sign as Yeshu has done.”
    Simeon, having gained the secret of the Ineffable Name, healed a leper and a lame man by means of it and thus found acceptance as a true disciple. He told them that Yeshu was in heaven, at the right hand of his Father, in fulfillment of Psalm 110:1. He added that Yeshu desired that they separate themselves from the Jews and no longer follow their practices, as Isaiah had said, “Your new moons and your feasts my soul abhorreth.” They were now to observe the first day of the week instead of the seventh, the Resurrection instead of the Passover, the Ascension into Heaven instead of the Feast of Weeks, the finding of the Cross instead of the New Year, the Feast of the Circumcision instead of the Day of Atonement, the New Year instead of Chanukah; they were to be indifferent with regard to circumcision and the dietary laws. Also they were to follow the teaching of turning the right if smitten on the left and the meek acceptance of suffering. All these new ordinances which Simeon Kepha (or Paul, as he was known to the Nazarenes) taught them were really meant to separate these Nazarenes from the people of Israel and to bring the internal strife to an end.

    [1] About 90, BC. [G]
    [2] Some traditions say ‘Egypt’. [AH]
    [3] Sexual impurity (incest, adultery, prostitution, etc.). [AH]
    [4] In one version of this admission, she confesses that not only is Yeshu the product of an illicit union, but she was ritually unclean from menstruation at the time as well (Sexual contact even with a woman’s husband is not lawful during, or, in Rabbinic law, for some time after, menstruation). [AH]
    [5] Salome Alexandra. [G]
    [6] Consistent, apparently, with the general tenor of Jewish criticism of Jesus’ miracles going at least as far back as Celsus (2nd c.) this tradition does not deny Jesus’ ability to perform miracles, accusing him instead of practicing magic. This version even accepts the divine origin of the miracles, attributing them to his misuse of the divine name, with its inherent powers. In the Alphabet of Ben Sira, Lilith is accused of the same crime, using the power of the name to escape from the Garden of Eden. [AH]
    [7] Some traditions say ‘Egypt’. [G]
    [8] In a variation on the story, Judah is able to out-miracle Yeshu in the sign contest without defiling him. Yeshu is discredited and arrested, and, as in this story, his followers are able to break him free, but he still remembers the Ineffable Name. He escapes to Egypt in hopes of learning Egyptian magic as well (regarded as the best magic in the world). Judah comes to Egypt and infiltrates the disciples, posing as one himself. It is from this vantage point that he is able to cause Yeshu to forget the magical Name, resulting in the later’s desire to return to Jerusalem and relearn it. Judah sends warning to the Sages, along with his plan to arrest him. [AH]
    [9] Aramaic: Ga’isa. [G]
    [10] Or cabbage stalk. [AH]
    Prepared by Alan Humm
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  38. D. says:

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  41. Neelam M says:

    Jesus was gay. That’s why he has no descendants. But I don’t know why you want to fuck the stories.

  42. Chloe the Big Smart Dyke says:

    Nelam, Jesus wasn’t gay. He just didn’t have any balls. That’s why he had no kids.

    Jesus was ambidextrous. He actually went both ways. That’s how he got so popular. That and he probably gave good head. Put your mouth where the money is, is what I like to say.

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