Sunday, August 20, 2006

'Twas the Night Before Miraj

This year the Miraj promises to be a very special one for Muslims worldwide. Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and the Iranian government have a real treat in store. This has not gone unnoticed. The People's Cube, in celebration of Miraj this year, has posted that lovely traditional Miraj poem, 'Twas the Night Before Miraj.
This year, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has promised not only to wipe Israel off the face of the Earth, but also to "Light up the night sky over Jerusalem" during Miraj on August 22. Mike Wallace said in his "60 Minutes" interview that Mahmoud is a very intelligent and nice man, so everything Mahmoud said is true unlike that goofy Santa Claus myth. Once this is done, the 12th Imam, who has been living in seclusion since the 11th Century will return, bringing about the final Apocalypse. Isn't that nice?

Now you can see, children, that while Israel's claim to its territory is based on myth and fairy tales of the Old Testament, Islam's claim to the same territory is based on strict historical facts and scientific analysis.

So, now let me tell you about Miraj. You might think it was stolen from another poem, but this is the real one, the other one was stolen.
Go to the link and enjoy the poem. A taste;
'Twas the night before Miraj, when all through dhimmiland
Not a camel was stirring, nor flea in the sand.
The infidels were hung by the over-pass with care,
In hopes that Twelver soon would be there.

The children were bomb-wired all snug in their beds,
While visions of martyrdom danced in their heads.
And mamma in her burqa, and I in my cap,
Had just settled our brains for a long summer's nap.
For more on the beautiful Miraj traditions, see;
Iran to Nuke Israel on August 22?

Note to humorless Liberals™; I am employing a literary device know as "sarcasm" here. See my sidebar for a clue as to my real views regarding Israel.

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