Gitmo Terrorists Prefer 50 Shades of Grey to the Koran

Daniel Greenfield, a Shillman Journalism Fellow at the Freedom Center, is a New York writer focusing on radical Islam. He is completing a book on the international challenges America faces in the 21st century.


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To be fair, there’s probably not that much of a difference between the two books. Both place a high value on abusing women.

Military officials toured members of Congress through Guantanamo Bay’s Camp Seven last week, and the representatives managed to come away with some previously unknown info -— the high-value detainees at the camp love the Fifty Shades of Grey series.

Rep. Jim Moran told The Huffington Post:

Rather than the Quran, the book that is requested most by the [high-value detainees] is Fifty Shades of Grey. They’ve read the entire series in English, but we were willing to translate it. I guess there’s not much going on, these guys are going nowhere, so what the hell.

Look how horribly we’re treating them. We’re translating trashy novels into Arabic for them. Most Gitmo terrorists are devout enough to know the Koran by heart. And they probably don’t have to request it. Considering how far we bend over backward for them, they are probably provided straight up. As I recall there was a ban on non-Muslims even touching the Gitmo Korans.

Allegedly, the detainees have a library where they can play FIFA on Playstation 3 and watch Everybody Loves Raymond DVDs.

So they’re not just terrorists. They also have bad taste. This must be why liberals keep saying Gitmo is the shame of the world.

  • Issy

    I love Everybody Loves Raymond :P

  • Ben Cohen

    How Barbaric!

  • DogmaelJones1

    I wonder if the Gitmo library has “Atlas Shrugged” or “The Fountainhead” or “Anthem” on its shelves. Or Winston Churchill’s “The River War” and the “The Story of the Malakind Field Force.”

    • Daniel Greenfield

      More likely to have Das Kapital

      • DogmaelJones1

        And “Mien Kampf,” which I read is a very popular title in the Middle

        East. I don’t think the U.S. has banned it, as Germany has. I have an old Random House copy of it in my library.

  • Elizabeth capecod

    Hypocritical perverts!

  • flyingtiger

    They would not like the John Norman’s planet Gor series. On the planet Gor series men are men and the women want to be their slaves because they are so manly. People who plan war against unarmed women and children would not understand the Gor series.
    I heard that the 50 shades book is banned from our prisons. Is this true? If it is, it just shows how we are coddling these terrorists.

  • Edward

    I recommend 50 Shades of Nakba.