Saturday, December 11, 2010

Muslim Dior

This is hilarious. Bill Maher is great.

This bit of satire was aimed at KSA, but Bill should still read Abbas Hawazin's Categories of Syrian Hijab for a more realistic portrayal of Muslim women outside KSA wearing (and not wearing) hijab.


Anonymous said...

Shame on you mojo for making fun of peoples modest clothing and different cultures.
Not funny and offensive

Anonymous said...

hey mojo, you don't like the niqabs? well i don't like the FACT that every 2 minutes a woman is sexually abused in America.

Iraqi Mojo said...

Women are sexually abused and abused in many other ways in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and other Muslim countries as well. Just because they wear niqab doesn't mean they aren't sexually abused.

American men who commit crimes against women are arrested and prosecuted. In the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the House of Islam, sexually abused women are sentenced to lashes and 6 months jail.

Women can dress modestly without covering themselves with niqab. But women should be allowed to wear whatever they want and they should be protected by state law.

Anonymous said...

mojo, i know that sexual abuse happens everywhere, but every 2 MINUTES...cmon man, wake up!
If someone should be made fun of , its not saudi women for wearing modest clothing.
Muslims are already attacked left and right, the new popular group to be discriminated against. Why are you helping spread this?

Anonymous said...


Do you want something HILARIOUS?

and this...

i'm waiting for you to post this

Iraqi Mojo said...

America is a country of 300 million people, a free press, and a strong movement that's determined to expose and combat sexual abuse.

Saudi Arabia is a country of 27 million people, no free press and no statistics about sexual abuse in KSA. I would not be surprised if real sexual abuse PER CAPITA is higher in KSA than in the USA.

I would like to see KSA and Iran stop forcing women to wear hijab. We make fun of them because we believe they are ridiculous.

Muslims who wear niqab are not being discriminated against. Muslims who wear niqab and force women to wear niqab are being laughed at and pitied for their backwardness.

Iraqi Mojo said...

Ahhh, Anonymous is a Shia-hating Sunni. That explains his comments.

Shia have their own backward fundamentalist dipshits. It's true.

Iraqi Mojo said...

Hardcore Shia cut themselves during Ashura.

Hardcore Sunnis blow themselves among Iraqis, even killing women and children in cafes.

Iraqi Mojo said...

"Iraqi Researcher Muhammad Al-Khodari: The Arab Leaders Are Leading Their Peoples to Poverty, Ignorance, Darkness, Tyranny, and the Violation of Their Honor"

Iraqi Mojo said...

"Two suicide bombers struck in Iraq Sunday, killing at least 15 people and wounding more than 80 others, officials said.

Interior Ministry officials said a suicide bomber blew up a truck at an intersection near the compound of the Anbar provincial government in Ramadi, The New York Times reported.

At least 13 people were killed and more than 50 wounded.

Talib Hamad, a member of the provincial council, blamed the al-Qaida-linked Islamic State of Iraq, a Sunni extremist group.

In a village near Baquba, capital of Diyala province, a suicide bomber struck Shiites gathering for a religious pilgrimage. A sheik leading the procession and his son were killed, and eight others wounded.

As police rushed to the scene, a roadside bomb exploded. It wounded 24 more, including a local federal police commander and a member of the provincial council.

No group claimed responsibility for the attacks, the BBC said.

Authorities said a third suicide bombing was thwarted in Balad, north of Baghdad, when security forces shot and wounded the driver of a pickup loaded with explosives."

Anonymous said...

still waiting for you to put up those other funny videos...

also, u claim no shias commit suicide bomings? the FIRST suicide bombing done by muslims was done by shias in beirut in 1982, do your homework.

still waiting to see if you will put up those hilarious videos

Anonymous said...

it doesnt make me anti-shia to laugh at those HILARIOUS shia parties where they hit themselves, its just a good laugh.

still waiting for you to post these vids on shias hitting themselves, its HILARIOUS!

C.H. said...


There has not been one confirmed incident involving a Shiite suicide bomber targeting civilians in Iraq. Granted, Hezbollah conducted the first-ever suicide attack in the Muslim world and the secular, non-Muslim Tamil Tigers invented the suicide vest and employed it enthusiastically against innocent people.

C.H. said...

In America, men who abuse women are registered as sex offenders or imprisoned. They are regarded as scumbags. In KSA and Iran, the life of a man is worth more than a woman. Women are attacked for not wearing the "modest" clothing you describe...and most of the time, the woman bears the brunt of the state-sponsored violence if a couple commits "adultery".

Iraqi Mojo said...

You're waiting for me to post those videos showing Shia hitting themselves? Is this your blog or mine?

The Hizballah suicide bomber killed US Marines in 1983, not 1982. It seems you're the one who should do your homework.

Have any Shia suicide bombers murdered civilians? Anything on the scale that the slimy Sunni extremists have done?

C.H. said...

I must note, that when criticizing Iran I am specifically referring to the government...most Iranian men (at least the young people, who make up 70 percent of the country) reject the idiotic nonsense preached by Khamenei and his Mullahs.

Having never met anyone from KSA -- male or female -- I do not know what the prevailing views in that society are.

Iraqi Mojo said...

There have been at least 1,759 suicide bombings in Iraq since 2003. The vast majority of the suicide bombers were Sunni 3arab jarab of the backward Wahhabi variety. The vast majority of victims of those bombings were innocent Iraqis.

Iraqi Mojo said...

I've met a few cool Saudis, and I'm sure a large portion of KSA's population reject extremism and terrorism. But I don't know the numbers. Maury linked to a poll showing that a majority of Saudis admire Usama bin Ladin. Not good. I'd like to take a closer look at that poll.

Anonymous said...

so your saying sunnis commit suicide bombings only?

i just proved to you shias were the first to do it, and given the conditions (such as an American invasion of Iran), would still do it.

secondly, shias have killed many innocent people in iraq, do i need to give you examples of their mass murder?

Anonymous said...

mojo, still waiting for you to post some funny vids about the shias...

or is this a sunni hating blog only?

Iraqi Mojo said...

The days of drilling holes in Sunni heads are long gone.

The murderous actions by Al Qaeda have been ongoing since 2003. Your peeps have killed Iraqi women and children in the name of Islam, Anonymous Sunni.

Have Shia ever taken Christians hostage and murdered them? Where is Mister Ghost to defend your dumb ass?

Iraqi Mojo said...

I do not hate Sunnis, Anonymous Canadian Sunni jarab. I hate all extremists, including Shiite extremists. I mentioned above that the Shia have their own fundamentalist dipshits. I've posted about the "Dogs of the Shia" and about the backward views of some Shia and I've posted about honor killings by Shia.

Anonymous said...

and "your people" have also killed iraqi women and children in the name of islam, Mojo...

and about the christians. have you ever heard of sabra and shatila? do i assume from sabra and shatila, plus the massacre of muslims by christians in lebanon that christians are evil?

dont assume or your an ass

Iraqi Mojo said...

So the number of suicide bombings by Shia resulting in Iraqi civilian deaths is what?

Anonymous said...

i just thought since you have made fun of sunni's in the video, i thought you would also be less of a hypocrite and make fun of your own kind, the Shiites, too.

its only fair that you post shia rave parties where they beat themselves silly. Now thats funny!

Anonymous said...

the number of shia militias resulting in Iraqi civilian deaths is what?

Iraqi Mojo said...

'and "your people" have also killed iraqi women and children in the name of islam, Mojo...'

Please provide an example, anonymous Sunni.

I never said Sunnis are evil. Sunni extremists who kill innocent Iraqis are evil. Did you hear of the recent suicide bombings in Iraq? Have the Shia militias committed such crimes recently?

Anonymous said...

mojo, they say approximately 100,000 sunnis were killed by shia militia

also, they say that approx 150,000 civilians killed by sunni militias.

so dont go preaching that shias are angels and sunnis are devils. if anything, they are both guilty

Iraqi Mojo said...

Anonymous Sunni, the video making fun of Shia is old and not that funny. The Shiite cleric shown hitting himself was lamenting the mass murder of Iraqi Shia by Saddam the mass murderer of Iraqis.

This satire by Bill Maher is NEW and it's very FUNNY.

Iraqi Mojo said...

They have both been guilty, but your peeps continue to mass murder innocent Iraqis, anonymous Sunni. Shia militias stopped their murderous rampages long ago.

Where did you get those numbers?

Iraqi Mojo said...

I have to get on a plane. Have a good day.

Anonymous said...


enough of this. are you or are you not Iraqi? how will this sectarianism end if every sect keeps hating the other. I have shown you that approx equal amounts of innocent sunni's were killed as innocent shias were, if not more.

what does the future of iraq look to you? arent the sunnis also iraqis? this hatred of each other is sick and has to end if you want iraq to have a future.

Anonymous said...

wikipedia...who knows how accurate they are, but it gives u an idea

Anonymous said...

no the shias have not stopped their mass murder, they have only stopped when an area has been wiped out of sunnis either by them becoming refugees or by them being all massacred.

it is not the same as 2007, but it is still going on. it is sick and disgusting, enough is enough. they have to stop killing each other.

Iraqi Mojo said...

"no the shias have not stopped their mass murder"


Iraqi Mojo said...

"they have to stop killing each other."

Sunni and Shia Arabs do not "kill each other"

Iraqi Mojo said...

Dec. 4, 2010: "7 Blasts Hit Baghdad, With Mostly Shiite Targets"

I'm so glad western media have been reporting the truth. If we had to rely on Arab media, we wouldn't know that Sunni extremists continue to murder Shia.

Dolly said...

Anonymous said:
☼ I have shown you that approx equal amounts of innocent sunni's were killed as innocent shias were, if not more. ◄

Yes, and another 2 things need to be pointed out:

1) Shia death squads sometimes function under the umbrella of the "state," i.e. the traitor army and traitor police apparatus.
So these apologists wind up NOT COUNTING them as killers
(because they are supposed to be the official government). In reality though, they should be counted as death squads.

2) The Shia started the sectarian fight.
It is not merely about tallying the dead, it matters a great deal who started it.

Sometimes, these pro-war people have an emblem on their blogs: "I'm a fan of DISPROPORTIONATE RESPONSE!"
So, I think we should take their advice and apply disproportionate response to their buddiez.

Don Cox said...

"mojo, they say approximately 100,000 sunnis were killed by shia militia

also, they say that approx 150,000 civilians killed by sunni militias."

"They say" is not evidence, it is rumors. Unless you can present fully researched evidence, I would assume that these figures are invented.

Iraqi Mojo said...

1980-1988: Saddam's Sunni-led regime expel, imprison, and murder tens of thousands of Iraqi Shia.

1991: After plunging Iraq into another senseless war, this time with most of the world, the Iraqi Shia decided it was time for Saddam to go and Shia rebels tried to overthrow the tyrant and his rapist sons. Saddam and his Tikriti mafiosi responded by murdering 300,000 Iraqi Shia.

See Saddam's Killing Fields to learn more about how Saddam's Sunni-led regime persecuted Iraqi Shia.

Iraqi Mojo said...

The murders of Iraqi Shia continued in the 1990s.

"A woman known as Um Haydar was beheaded reportedly without charge or trial at the end of December 2000. She was 25 years' old and married with three children. Her husband was sought by the security authorities reportedly because of his involvement in Islamist armed activities against the state. He managed to flee the country. Men belonging to Feda'iyye Saddam came to the house in al-Karrada district and found his wife, children and his mother. Um Haydar was taken to the street and two men held her by the arms and a third pulled her head from behind and beheaded her in front of the residents. The beheading was also witnessed by members of the Ba'ath Party in the area. The security men took the body and the head in a plastic bag, and took away the children and the mother-in-law. The body of Um Haydar was later buried in al-Najaf. The fate of the children and the mother-in-law remains unknown."

Iraqi Mojo said...

In 2003, after the USA belatedly overthrew Saddam's Sunni-led regime, Sunni extremists began waging a campaign of bombings against the Iraqi Shia.

August 29, 2003: "A massive car bomb that claimed the lives of one of Shiite Islam's top clerics and 124 others Friday was the deadliest attack in Iraq since the regime of Saddam Hussein fell and the third in a string of terrorist attacks this month."

There were 25 suicide bombings in Iraq in 2003, a few targeting Shia.

In 2004 there were 140 suicide bombings, many targeting Shia, Kurds, Iraqi Security Forces and police & Army recruits.

In the history of Israel, no more than 100 suicide bombings were carried out by Palestinian militants.

In 2005, which was marked by the first elections since the fall of the Sunni tyrant, there were 478 suicide bombings, many targeting Shia, killing innocent men, women, and children.

Iraqi Mojo said...

In 2005, Shia militias started arresting and killing innocent Sunni Arab men.

"The bombing of markeplaces, police stations, mosques, and open-air religious gatherings meanwhile occurred almost daily, generating a tale of sorrow and rage that would tear Shias and Sunnis apart. On August 31, 2005, about a million Shia pilgrims gathered at the shrine of Kazemiya in Baghdad to mark the anniversary of the death of the seventh imam, who is buried there. The crowd stretched from the mosque across the River Tigris to Sadr City, clogging the bridge over the river. A mortar attack on the crowd early in the day killed sixteen and injured many more. The crowd was on edge when some person or persons on the bridge spread a rumor – Shias believe deliberately – that there was a suicide bomber in their midst. Anxious and fearful, the crowd panicked. In the ensuing stampede, more than a thousand people died; some were trampled to death, while others drowned after jumping into the river. Most of the victims were women and children. The incident showed the extent to which the insurgency could disrupt Shias' lives and turn their commemoration of the death of their imams into a new occasion for mourning. It also underscored the inability of the Iraqi government to contend with the violence, and even more the extent to which the insurgency had succeeded in instilling fear in Shias' hearts and minds.

Urged by Sistani and his clerical network not to respond in kind, Shias showed tremendous restraint. Their patience was taxed, but their sense of distinct identity only grew under the onslaught of Sunni terror (a good deal of which was the work of non-Iraqis, such as the terror group run by Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, the Jordanian Salafi who masterminded the insurgency's most violent excesses). Attitudes on the street hardened, as did Shias' determination to stay in charge of their own destiny. Even where relations between Shia and Sunni neighbors remained friendly, distrust of Ba'thists and the Wahhabi influence on Sunni clerics intensified.

This became clear when a bombing attack on the Shia Askariya shrine (where the tenth and eleventh imams are buried, and wherefrom the Twelfth Imam went into hiding) brought sectarian conflict into the open. Hundreds died as angry Shias and Sunnis attacked mosques, killed clerics, and abducted and murdered civilians. Despite calls for calm the violence continued to rage, exposing the deep sectarian fissures that were shaping Shia identity and politics."

-Vali Nasr, The Shia Revival

Iraqi Mojo said...

It's clear to me that the Sunni 3arab jarab started the sectarian war.

Iraqi Mojo said...

In the summer of 2005, a suicide bomber killed 34 children scooping up candy thrown from an American Humvee. One US soldier was killed.

Such are the ways of Sunni extremists. They are the scum of the earth.

Iraqi Mojo said...


"An Iraqi suicide bomber killed four people and wounded 17 in an attack north of Baghdad Monday, Iraq's Interior Ministry said.

Maj. Ghaleb al-Atiya, a Diyala provincial police spokesman, said the killer targeted a group of Shiites in the town of Balad Ruz who were preparing to observe Ashura commemorating the seventh-century martyrdom of Imam Hussain, the grandson of Islam's Prophet Mohammed.

CNN reported Monday this time is historically a violent one filled with attacks by suicide bombers targeting Shiites."