Hollywood Offers Sharia Compliant Movies


You know those courageous folks in Hollywood who are always fearlessly being creative artists and challenging taboos, so long as those taboos belong to any and every religion except Islam.

At least one fearful studio has asked an Islamic cleric to vet its script. Senior executives at another studio have entered into intense briefing sessions with US State Department officials to minimise or expunge any content which otherwise might be viewed as offensive.

Filmmakers are worried that fundamentalists could target cinemas where the films are playing, with one admitting: “We are even asking if we dare release anything on this subject.”

How about a few more movies where the villains are the CIA and secret government agencies exploiting the non-existent threat of terrorism to do evil stuff? That always works, right.

With our movies having to be Sharia compliant, what’s left? The media already censors itself and promotes Islam non-stop. Most book publishers are too intimidated to touch a subject offensive to Muslims.

Is there a point at which we will actually realize that we are living under Islamic law or will it sneak up so gradually on us that the reality will be there before we realize it?

  • texasron

    Wouldn't it be funny if Michael Moore was given credit for the film upsetting the Musims? By the way, has anyone explained if the film was inaccurate? No one ever specifically said what the Muslim were complaining about. Did the fim use the Koran to explain Islam and the Muslims were upset because they can't stand the truth?

    • Anon

      Actually, it was really bad. They were probably rioting over the poor production quality.

  • Moishe Pupick

    Monday, 10/01/12 common era

    It seems that the (former?) "Land of the Free and the Home of the Brave" is fast becoming, under Barack Husein Obama, the Land of D'Himitude. The Moslem Brotherhood is playing Uncle Sam for a sucker. Of course, saying anything critical of this organization that was an ally of Nazi Germany during World War 2,
    is "Islamophobic." Don't worry that Hilary Clinton's top aide has documented links to this organization; it now says that it's secular– and it wouldn't lie– right!?

    On the other hand, in Obamaland, your bathroom toilet's flushing capacity and cattle farts pose far greater threats to the planet earth than the jihadis with access to The Oval Office.

    • http://www.facebook.com/blossom.kelley.9 Blossom Kelley

      Moishe, I "get it" and you "get it" – let's hope more and more Americans do.

  • tagalog

    So much for the cultural courage of Hollywood. I guess we know them for what they are, now.

    • MikeWood

      Yep, cringeing cowards to the bottom of their hearts.

  • aloyicious

    Maybe they're worried that the Obama administration will haul them off in the middle of the night on some trumped up charge based on something unrelated they did in the past…

  • Barb3000

    All of this sounds like what has already happened in Europe.

  • Lillith

    Wow! Not with a bang, but with a whimper!

  • gman213

    "At least one fearful studio has asked an Islamic cleric to vet its script. Senior executives at another studio have entered into intense briefing sessions with US State Department officials to minimise or expunge any content which otherwise might be viewed as offensive."

    PUSSIES

  • zionit

    Will the islamphobia media police consider it offensive to have Jews or Christians in movies? Will women in movies have to start wearing dhimmi-tents? If they start burning synagogues and churches Stateside, will we have movies about how offensive the presence of such buildings were? It is surely already a radical act of self-awareness to go to synagogue or church. When will some Islamocrat say it's offensive to allow synagogues and churches to exist? Well, everywhere the machette mandate is already in charge. How long till people realize that while the West is going ga-ga over goonery, the goons are sharpening their swords, readying the chop off the hands that are feeding them. And if they do, what will hollywood be making?

  • http://www.facebook.com/blossom.kelley.9 Blossom Kelley

    Hollywood lost me years ago. Wonder if their box-office grosses are ever going to be what they once were when movies like "Oklahoma" and "Around the World in 80 Days" were popular? Probably not. Like the New York Times was once great, then "Pinch" inherited it – the new Hollywood sucks. Big time.