derived from visage or physiognomy.
Mohammad. I am doing it because it can and will be done in defiance of Islam and
of the Left.
Many of these images are old and uncredited, dating back centuries.
Many of them are from the 19th and early 20th centuries, a few are from the Draw Mohammad
Day in 2010, or are otherwise contemporary. And a few, to judge by their
styles, crudity, and character, are of Medieval origin. But, regardless of the period in which they
were created, they are all fanciful representations of Mohammad, because he is
a person no one living or dead had ever seen, whose historic existence is
doubtful (see Robert Spencer’s Did
Mohammad Exist?)l, but whose image per Sharia is prohibited on
pain of death. There are more than you could imagine; this is but a
handful. Some are benign and adulatory, some are tasteless, some are humorous,
and subject specfic. All “objectify” various, individual perceptions of
Mohammad. So-called “Islamists” would have everyone believe that the depiction
of Mohammad is a recent phenomenon, when in fact, according to Robert Spencer,
his image was depicted on Middle
embedded Arabic inscriptions, or they are just the name, Allah, in Arabic, which suffices for Islam as
of Allah. Christianity traditionally has portrayed God as a bearded old man
in a nightgown, sandals or flip-flops. Islam refuses to attempt any human
objectification of Allah, because doing so would be “blasphemous” and worthy of
a death fatwa.
tireless, courageous, and dogged fighters for freedom and the freedom of
Waters, Katie Hopkins, Daniel Greenfield, Bosch Fawstin, Diana West , Ibn
Warraq, Bat Ye’or, Lars Vilks, Salman Rushie, Milo Yiannopoulos (whose original surname, Hanrahan, is the
surname of one of my detective heroes). It is also dedicated to the scores of
men and women who have been silenced (permanently) in their opposition to Islam
and its campaign for global supremacy and the annihilation of the West and
Israel, or who are outspoken but still invisible to the Sharia-compliant MSM
and our dhimmi governments, or are suppressed, defamed, or ignored by them. It is also dedicated to all the victims and escapees of Islamic
honor-killing in the U.S., Canada, and the world over. Au contraire, Mr. Obama, the future belongs to them, not to you
or to Islam.
2009 The Banned Images One
of Lars Vilks’s original three drawings, depicting Muhammad as a dog,