An American Koran: "We didn't start the fire..."

Thanks for the reprise of that You Tube video, Gerard; one of the best compilations of clips on the Web and the Joel backing is awesome! A depth charge in the context of your post. Whuuurumppp!

Posted by Frank P at August 30, 2009 4:46 PM

If the Muslim faith wishes to be more accepted in the West, this seems like an ideal way of getting their word out directly.
It will be quite interseting how this work is viewed.

Posted by Milwaukee Mike at August 30, 2009 5:54 PM

I was interested to see that the book cover for "Stranger in a Strange Land" shows the author as one Leonora Scholte, rather than Robert Heinlein. I think the Heinlein book is the one to which the song refers . . . I don't know anything at all about the Scholte book, it is apparently the story of "a Dutch pioneer settlement in Iowa." Perhaps Iowahawk knows about it . . .

Posted by Punditarian at August 30, 2009 6:31 PM

Ah! The Punditarian caught it, too!

This artist is courageous or ignorant. They're going to be about 1 billion (give or take a couple dozen) very unhappy Muslims when word gets out about this sacrilege.


Posted by cathy at August 31, 2009 10:56 AM

Last work I saw of Sandow Birk's was his contemporary update to Dante's Inferno, so I think we can safely say he's an equal-opportunity blasphemer.

(My comments on same here.)

Posted by CGHill at September 1, 2009 7:39 AM

Here it is to poke nose into other's rights and expect that other will gaurantee its safety. we should condemn such freedom of thoughts otherwise God Himself will come on earth to mend our limits

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Posted by voxsvbd at September 9, 2009 1:37 AM