Sunday, September 12, 2010

Algeria Bans Qu'rans With Jewish Looking Cover

In the latest manifestation of Muslim tolerance, the Algerian government has officially banned and confiscated thousands of Qu'rans with a symbol resembling the Jewish Star of David on the cover.

According to the Algerian government, the symbol on the cover "is not in keeping with the general ethics of the state".

The United Arab Emirates-based Al-Bayan quoted an official from the Algerian Ministry of Religious Affairs as saying that a private businessman had imported the books from Egypt, while members of Algeria's parliament accused the religious affairs minister of negligence and "disrupting public order".

Next, of course, they'll be saying it's a Zionist plot.Which is absolutely hysterical when you reflect on the seething anti-Semitism rife in the Qu'ran.

Not that Algeria, like most Muslim countries needs an excuse for Jew hatred,even when there aren't any Jews there.

When Algeria got its independence from France in 1962, there was a Jewish community there of about 170,000 whose presence dated from pre-Roman times. One of the first things the new nation of Algeria did was to expel them en masse - after confiscating all their property, bank accounts and wealth, of course.

Needless to say, since they weren't 'Palestinians, no one at the UN displayed any interest or spent one dime on their welfare.

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Anonymous said...

Islam..intolerant as ever,

The Contrarian said...

I wonder what they're going to do with those Korans?

Burn them maybe?