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whatchsalman
 
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    Posted: 02 November 2006 at 4:33am
As salamu alaikum, I need help with this Rushdie Issue.
I set up a new blog at http://watchsalman.blogspot.com/

watchsalman dot blogspot dot com

Salman Rushdie Muslim Protection Watch

Due to the muslim and the iranian government failure to respond to the Salman Rushdie issue he is attacking Islam.
The purpose of this blog is to keep a watch on him and to inform muslims about where he livesand his movements.
Post information regarding this matter here.

Please helpo me and send email to watchsalman@yahoo.com
watchsalman at yahoo dot com

Thank you, wa alaikum salam, Muslim.
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bullet Posted: 20 November 2006 at 9:32am
Watch

I don't believe you are even a Muslim. Why? Because this forum does not seem to attract Muslims who advocate murder to advance their religion. Sure, sure, I know for sure such Muslim exist in various forms and guises and in many places, and even in substantial numbers.

They don't seem to come to this place for recruitment or support, however. Find some Suicidal, Homicidal, Death Cult Arab Maniac site for your efforts, if they are real. You will find plenty of company.
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bullet Posted: 12 January 2007 at 3:25pm

The Gutter gurgles, again.

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bullet Posted: 21 April 2007 at 6:53am
The problem is that Salman Rusdie just loves this kind of attention.  He thrives on it. In fact, Iran "created" Salman Rusdie. I don't believe for a second anybody would have heard of him, without Iran and the fatwa against him.

His books ar
e silly. They  have little to no literary value. The only reason people have to read them, is his "poor persecuted writer" status.

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bullet Posted: 19 June 2007 at 8:58am

His books are silly. They  have little to no literary value. The only reason people have to read them, is his "poor persecuted writer" status.

Really impressed and surprised! You can at times also say something away from your fornication obsession.

Just amazed.

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bullet Posted: 19 June 2007 at 4:00pm

Originally posted by crasss

The problem is that Salman Rusdie just loves this kind of attention.  He thrives on it. In fact, Iran "created" Salman Rusdie. I don't believe for a second anybody would have heard of him, without Iran and the fatwa against him.

His books ar
e silly. They  have little to no literary value. The only reason people have to read them, is his "poor persecuted writer" status.

100% agree with you

The "Supreme leader of Iran", Ayatullah Khomeini issued a Fatwa to kill the writer for his blasphemies against Islam in his novel. Shortly after, Rushdie was protected by a large number of bodyguards, making it nearly impossible for anyone to harm him in any way. The Fatwa also resulted in Rushdie becoming very famous, constantly being mentioned on the News and being interviewed on Television, and making millions of dollars as so many people now wanted to read his books to see what he had to say. He also kept receiving awards for his "bravery" and "courage" and eventually became known as one of the best writers of all time...
When we consider the fact that the novel, "Satanic Verses" is nothing but a ridiculous and senseless tale, written by a man (Rushdie) who suffered from mental illness, and also considering the fact that thousands of other books existed that were just as anti-islamic as Rushdie's novel (if not more), you may start to ask yourself the question: "What was all the fuss about ?"
If Khomeini really wanted to kill Salman Rushdie, he could have easily had him assassinated using
Iran's powerful Secret Police (the Ittila'at) or his hundreds of other assassins all around the world. When we remind ourselves of the assassination of  Seyyed Moosawi (who was a Shiah scholar who converted to Sunni Islam) by the Shiahs, and the assassination of hundreds of the "enemies of the revolution" at home and abroad, we start to wonder why Khomeini did not do the same with Rushdie. The answer lies in the fact that Rushdie's book was written against Islam, not Shiism, and that his book, although ridiculous, could have some effect on some non-Muslims living in the West who had very little or no knowledge about the Religion of Islam. Surely, Khomeini didn't want Rushdie killed, but this was all part of a sinister plot to further demonize Islam in the West, and to actually protect Rushdie before it was too late (the best way of making Rushdie famous, which would result in his protection by all Western Governments was for an "Islamic fundementalist leader" to issue a Fatwa against the man, before anyone could even think of assassinating him).
Why would an eighty year old man –khomeini- who could barely rule and lead an entire country and had his hands tied up in looking after Governmental affairs spend his time reading a novel, eventually concluding after much analysis that the writer of the novel deserved to be killed? Infact, even if Rushdie's book was not a novel, but a serious book, it would still be suspicious enough that Khomeini would spend his time reading it. In fact, the novel had not even been published in Farsi, and since Khomeini couldn't speak English, he must have also had someone translate the novel for him... !
So let's just think about it. Iran, a country that was under threat from enemies at home and abroad and had more problems and troubles than probably any other country in the world at the time (as it just had a revolution and was then invaded by its neighbor, Iraq) had an eighty year old leader called Ayatullah Khomeini (who was very sick and was constantly taken to hospital). One day, this leader decides to read a novel, written by some apostate writer in the west. He had the book translated (or found a copy he could read). He then decided, after careful analysis, that the writer deserved to be killed... He then issued a Fatwa, calling on Muslims around the world to kill Salman Rushdie, making no attempt to do this himself (using his own assassins). As a direct result from the Fatwa, the writer (Salman Rushdie) becomes very rich, very famous, and very well protected. 
It is intresting to note that David Musa Pidcock, in his book Satanic Voices, Ancient and Modern concludes that Salman Rushdie was a member of a Satanic cult with links to Freemasonry. However, he fails to see the deeper conspiracy that becomes obvious once we take a close look at the above facts, and that is that Khomeini and Rushdie did what their Masters in France/Europe had ordered them. This was all a carefully planned conspiracy...

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bullet Posted: 02 July 2007 at 9:37am
can't stand this dude.
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bullet Posted: 03 July 2007 at 7:50am
Originally posted by Whisper

Really impressed and surprised! You can at times also say something away from your fornication obsession.

Just amazed.

Crass has a thesis that he often puts forth, but I have found lots of his posts intelligent and engaging, much like you.  I enjoy the both of you. 

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