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Izat Atiyah in the barmaid’s eye?

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  1. r00db00y says:

    What the…….?????

  2. Duchessa says:

    I feel like crying too.

  3. Don says:

    Presumably the breast feeding would have to take place in front of five witnesses?

    Religion – going places even internet pornography hasn’t discovered. I’m guessing.

  4. Kevin says:

    Holy. Hell.

  5. Tie says:

    lol, I’m assuming this is reality going further than fiction again…

  6. Tie says:

    omg, in the bbc news wepage there is a link to the pokemon fatwa and the ‘who wants to be milioner’ fatwa,

    rofl!

  7. JohnnieCanuck says:

    That adoption one was revealing. They seriously need a way to cut themselves off from literal interpretations of ancient words that are harmful.

    Ridicule can only help.

  8. Rob says:

    One fatwa that I think Jesus & Mo should bear in mind says that being completely naked during the act of coitus annuls the marriage…

  9. arensb says:

    One fatwa that I think Jesus & Mo should bear in mind says that being completely naked during the act of coitus annuls the marriage…

    Obviously, it should be the other way around: if you’re at the point in a relationship where you don’t even bother with lingerie and such anymore, then you might as well be married.

  10. louis says:

    i’m sorry, the story is FUNNIER than the comic this time!

    rotflmao!

  11. JayBee says:

    Does Mo drink his own pee to bless himself?
    hmmm…

  12. carolita says:

    I figure that the Imam had a particular woman in mind, no? Usually such laws are based on wishful thinking. Such as Socrates, I believe it was, who said that older men should have sex with young, goodlooking men? Which he said when he was an older man… (He didn’t say this when he was a younger man, did he!) (albeit, he was supposedly not very goodlooking).

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  14. Spinoza says:

    Carolita, you’re confused… Socrates is actually known for his spurning of Alcibiades, a young, good looking greek man who WANTED to have sex with him. Socrates was never the Erastes for any youths of Athens.

    However, he was reiterating the accepted cultural view, which was that young men were encouraged to engage in a sexual relationship with an older male who was their mentor, in order that they learn to be good husbands for their future wives.

    So Socrates was not making a statement like that out of wishful thinking… If anything, it was wishful thinking on the young Alcibiades’ part, wanting to get with the Gadfly of Athens.

    Please learn your ancient philosophy properly before spreading false memes.

  15. NoAstronomer says:

    “i’m sorry, the story is FUNNIER than the comic this time!”

    Got to agree with Louis on this one. You couldn’t make this stuff up! … no, wait that’s exactly what they do.

  16. def0 says:

    Spinoza, the way I remember it, you got it backwards.

    It was Alkybiades who preferred the company of women. (Even though he did share a tent with Socrates at one time.)

    It is true, however, that Socrates prefered stable relationships (related as “platonic relationhips”, after his young hot scholar Plato) over random sex.

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