Muslims trying to silence Joan is not surprising.
Will the dhimmi British authorities ban Joan Rivers like they banned Robert Spencer and me for our pro-Israel support?
Stay tuned. Joan, if they ban you, come speak to our rally.
Thousands of Muslims and their leftwing lapdogs have signed the petition. But imams preaching hate, violence and incitement to genocide? They are down with that.
I wonder how many leftist comedians think that Rivers should be banned. Comics whose careers were made possible by the likes of Lenny Bruce and George Carlin. Carlin, whose seven words we had to suffer through time and time again, in the advancement of “free speech.” Free speech is great if you want to use vile cuss words, but not in the defense of freedom.
If Joan doesn’t get banned, she better have a bulletproof Prada to don.
Because under Islamic law, Joan Rivers is under penalty of death for criticizing and/or offending Islam by speaking against Islamic Jew-hatred.
Because under Islamic law (sharia), humor is haram.
“Pro-Gaza petition to ban Joan Rivers’ UK tour,” Al Arabiya, August 15, 2014 (thanks to Lookmann)
Thousands of people have signed a petition to halt U.S. television host Joan River’s upcoming tour in Britain after her remarks about the crisis in Gaza, British newspaper The Times reported Thursday.
The petition was created by Dipu Ahad, a Labour councillor from Newcastle, has been signed by more than 20,000 people so far.
It is available on change.org and urges event organizers to cancel all her upcoming UK tour dates.
Last week, Rivers, a comedian, made headlines when she said Palestinians “deserve to be dead” after she was approached by a reporter working for U.S. entertainment website TMZ asking her opinion on the more than 2,000 Palestinians who have been killed by Israeli airstrikes on the Gaza Strip.
“They started it. We now don’t count who’s dead. You’re dead, you deserve to be dead… Don’t you dare make me feel sad about that… You don’t get out, then you know you’re an idiot,” Rivers said.
The television host later said that her comments were taken out of context.
Ahad said that Rivers was “not welcome in Britain.”
Celebrities have expressed varying opinions on the conflict, with some expressing support for Israel and others decrying the deaths of Palestinians.
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