Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Revolution Muslim, the Islamic group who threatened South Park creators, were preaching their Street Dawa, in Times Square around the time of the bomb scare

Atlas Shrugs

Revolution Muslim is the devout Muslim group that threatened the creators of South Park with death because they depicted Muhammad as a cute fuzzy teddy bear, when everyone knows he was a bloodthirsty pedophile and savage.

Is it coincidence that the death threateners of the creators of South Park were in Times Square when a deadly car bomb failed to go off near Viacom's office building (home of South Park)? The latest news reports say that Federal authorities are closing in on the man they say is a person of interest in the car bomb attempt. He is described as a naturalized American citizen who hails from Pakistan and just returned after spending five months there. (source ABC news)

When did Revolution Muslim leave Time Square? And with whom?

Underneath the video is this caption:


These are some clips from yesterday's event in Times Square, Inshallah the entire speech will follow. In all, we handed out a case of Qurans, many hundreds of the petition to Obama, held some very interesting conversation and also, by the will of Allah, attained one shahada, al-hamdulilah. Shaikh Abdul Malik's presentation was superb and the people were incredibly receptive. Of course the blamers will blame and the cursers will curse, but at the end of the day we would like to see what you/they are doing for Islam? Wake up ya muslimeen!!!

The deadly car bomb that was thwarted on Saturday night was right outside the Comedy Central offices. Revolution Muslim threatened them with death and lookie, lookie, there are the barbarians proselytizing, threatening, calling for the overthrow of the government, dissing America in Times Square Saturday afternoon. The bomb was hot around 6:30 Saturday evening.

"Comedy Central has reacted with extreme caution to an implicit death threat against 'South Park' creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker."

Atlas Shrugs

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