'Christmas is evil': Muslim group launches poster campaign against festive period


‘Christmas is evil’: Muslim group launches poster campaign against festive period
By Daily Mail Reporter
Last updated at 10:43 AM on 23rd December 2010

Fanatics from a banned Islamic hate group have launched a nationwide poster campaign denouncing Christmas as evil.

Organisers plan to put up thousands of placards around the UK claiming the season of goodwill is responsible for rape, teenage pregnancies, abortion, promiscuity, crime and paedophilia.

They hope the campaign will help ‘destroy Christmas’ in this country and lead to Britons converting to Islam instead.

Not only that, but Christians, Jews and Christmas extincted the dinosaurs!


Nice way to try to convert people! Just tell them they’re evil and they’ll trot right over to your side.

Better yet, tell them that their all-time favorite holiday is evil.


The Daily Mail? =/


Do you doubt this is real? Or just don’t care for the Daily Mail?

Here part of a press release from the group that created the posters (I did something weird … I went to the website on the poster):

23/12/2010 Press Release

Every year at this time we see the same ritual, the decorations are dragged out and draped over anything that stands still, Christmas trees are chopped down then erected in millions of front rooms, father Christmas, Christmas dinner, sleeping through the Queens speech, where’s the evil in that you might say?

It’s all about Father Christmas or it’s a celebration of the birth of Jesus many say, the reality is that Christmas is more about office parties, house parties, raves night clubs, alcohol, drugs and all the things that these lead to, like illicit sex, violence, rape, domestic violence, crime, vandalism and so on. The fact is that Christmas is the time when men and women become the most base, immoral creatures who don’t care for anything or anyone, their sole purpose becomes enjoyment in whatever depraved form that might take.


I think it’s the Daily Mail that she looks askance at. I haven’t looked at it enough to form an opinion myself.


Well, “Stopped Clock Syndrome” is real. The NYT and WashPost exhibit it at least once every month or two, :biggrin: . Still waiting on MesSNBC and Keithie, though, :biggrin: .