The Hajj exhibition is in stark contrast to Saudi Arabia's cultural vandalism | Shenaz Kermali
There are 2 comments on the The Guardian story from Jan 27, 2012, titled The Hajj exhibition is in stark contrast to Saudi Arabia's cultural vandalism | Shenaz Kermali. In it, The Guardian reports that:
The Saudi elite are proud of the British Museum's Hajj exhibition - it's a shame they don't feel the same about all their heritage The Prince of Wales looks at exhibits during a visit to the British Museum's Hajj exhibition with Saudi representatives.
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“The Defiant Dhimmi”
Since: Apr 08
Scholar of the Obvious
#1 Jan 27, 2012
"any physical traces of history, even those from pre-Islamic times, are a distraction from God and raise the spectre of bida, or innovation"
So I guess the Taliban are justified in blowing up the giant Buddha statues in Afghanistan.
#2 Jan 27, 2012
The weirdos in Egypt want to do the same to the pyramids. Anything that proves itself to be superior to islam--which is just about everything-- is seen as being "un-islamic" by the soulless, devil worshiping savages.
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