Tag Archive | pakistan

Your Daily Muslim: Ali Jaleel

Your Daily Muslim: Ali Jaleel

Wherever there is Islam, there is violence, and Ali Jaleel illustrates that. The Maldives, despite having become increasingly radicalized, haven’t had many people taking the theme song of Islam (Ke$ha’s “Blow”) too literally. Ali Jaleel is an exception. It is unknown how or where he got the idea to blow himself up; it likely came […]

Your Daily Muslim: Rahemeen Nadeem

Your Daily Muslim: Rahemeen Nadeem

Rahemeen Nadeem types like a borderline retard; all quotes have been typographically fixed for easy reading. Screenshots of her nearly-incomprehensible writings are at the bottom of the post. Some Muslims don’t know when they’ve lost an argument and are only making themselves look like primitive idiots by continuing. Pakistani Muslim Rahemeen Nadeem is one such […]

Your Daily Muslim: Asia Parveen

Your Daily Muslim: Asia Parveen

Growing up ugly can’t be fun. In the case of Pakistani Muslim Asia Parveen, the psychological scars from such a childhood cut very deep. Though she had abandoned the Islamic ninja costume after moving to the UK, she hadn’t abandoned the seventh-century belief system. A mother to a ten-year-old girl and five months preggo with […]

Your Daily Muslim: Syed Munawar Hasan

Your Daily Muslim: Syed Munawar Hasan

This Muslim’s got war in his name. That can’t possibly be a good sign. Syed Munawar Hasan is the president of Pakistan’s Jamaat-i-Islami political party. He believes “[the prophet] Muhammad’s life [is] a complete code of conduct for everyone to abide by in order to be a true leader.” Well, considering the shitty condition of […]