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April 2014 AD


Muslims riot

over "Noah",

but NOT over

"Son of God"


Rough Seas on "Noah": Darren Aronofsky Opens Up on the Biblical Battle to Woo Christians
One viewer, who declined to give his name because Paramount required him to sign a nondisclosure agreement, echoed the sentiments of others by criticizing the depiction of "Noah" as a "crazy, irrational, religious nut" who is fixated on modern-day problems like overpopulation and environmental degradation
-- Kim Masters of The Hollywood Reporter

Months from the official release of the latest Judeo-Hollywood movie release of Noah, a "SERIOUS CONTROVERSY" has erupted!

No, not about Christians objecting to a modern-day Jewish movie producer's take on  telling a well-known Jewish genocidal story about God killing all of mankind, except of course for a handful of Jews.

No, not about Christians objecting to a movie equating Noah to the modern-day Jewish thoughts, hopes and desires for world-wide genocide -- Jew exempted of course -- because we humans are messing up the world's environment through overpopulation and climate change.

No, not even about Christians objecting to a beloved Biblical character being portrayed as a crazy, irrational, religious nut ("i.e. a knuckle-dragging, right-wing, Tea Party, Fundamentalist").

The controversy everyone is talking about is the intolerant Muslims who object to "their prophets" being portrayed -- at all!

'Noah' Banned in Several Middle Eastern Countries
Censorship boards in Qatar, Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates informed Paramount they will not allow the release of the film. Similar rulings are expected in Egypt, Jordan and
Kuwait, according to Paramount insiders.

In Egypt, the leading Sunni Muslim institute Al-Azhar issued a statement on Thursday condemning the Paramount movie, saying it should be banned in that country.
"Al-Azhar renews its rejection to the screening of any production that characterizes Allah's prophets and messangers and the companions of the Prophet [Muhammad]," the statement read.
-- Pamela McCintook of The Hollywood Reporter


Contrast the "controversy" over Noah with the lack of controversy over "Son of God".


What about
"Son of God"?



Now that the "Son of God" movie has been released, the silence about it in the Judeo-MSM is deafening.

If the Muslims are offended by a movie about Noah, months before it is released, imagine how offended they will be if they were told about Christians making a movie calling Christ, "their prophet", to be the Son of God!

Must not let that ever happen. If the Muslims ever got word such a movie had been made, all JIHAD would break loose! 

Well, it turns out that Muslims are aware of this movie as well as Mel Gibson's movie 'Passion of the Christ', released exactly 10-years-ago.

Begging for a banning" Jesus Christ biopic "The Son of God" movie may hit the Middle East
But the film has received scare coverage in Arab media and is perhaps comparable to the 2004 release of Mel Gibson’s “Passion of the Christ,” which was lauded by some in the region, but banned by more conservative Arab states.

Exactly 10 years ago, the film was screened in Egypt, Jordan, Syria and Lebanon – countries home to large Christian populations - and drew enthusiastic crowds.

But it also attracted scorn from a top Shiite cleric in Kuwait, Ayatollah Mohammad Baqer al-Mehri, who urged his government to let the film be shown in theaters there because it "reveals crimes committed by Jews against Christ," according to a report in Middle East newspaper The Daily Star.

-- albawaba.com


Did I get that right?

"The Passion of the Christ" was acceptable by a Muslim Shiite cleric for Muslims to view?

Seems Muslims are tolerant after all!

Tolerant indeed -- and smart!  The cleric deemed it essential for Muslims to see Jewish crimes against Christ.

Will the same happen with "Son of God"?  I doubt it.

First off, the name itself is totally offensive to Muslims, so a Muslim will have a hard time getting past that.  However, a name change for release in the Middle East could easily fix that part of the problem.

The main problem for release in the Middle East will be the way Jews are portrayed.

Wherein "The Passion of the Christ" rightfully portrayed a loathing, envious, Pharisee dictatorship bent at maintaining control at all costs and hiding their sinful crimes by forcing Roman hands to be seen as the hands that kill Christ, thereby allowing the Jewish clergy to "wash their hands clean of their crimes", this new movie, "Son of God" goes to great lengths portraying the Jewish clergy as complete innocents whose only crime, if any, was that  "The Romans made me do it".

This movie follows the moral of the story we get from Star Trek when it comes to the betrayal of Christ. "The needs of the many far outweigh the needs of the few or THE ONE"

Doubt Christians will hear Muslims complaining much about Jewish leaders and their followers being snow white doves when it comes to the death of Christ -- for it may cause Christians to open up their Bibles to get the true first-hand account of what actually happened.
 


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