Since the Debut of Disney/Marvel’s Muslim Superhero Kamala Khan, 159,715 People Have Been Murdered for Islam

EDITORS NOTE: See TheReligionOfPeace.com for the jihad body count, day by day, week by week, month by month, and year by year, since 2001.


The only reason we began to discuss Islam was jihad, and the one thing that Disney/Marvel have completely kept out of their Muslim superhero comic book is jihad, which debuted in 2013. And since Disney/Marvel will be releasing a live-action series featuring their Muslim superhero, Ms. Marvel aka Kamala Khan, this month, it’s time, once again, to call out these enemy propagandists in wartime. And keep in mind that there was a time when our enemies paid off sellouts in America to promote enemy propaganda, but now we’re so corrupt that companies do it on their own, without any possibility of reciprocation on the other side. While Disney/Marvel and Warner Brothers/DC Comics/Discovery promote their Muslim superheroes, there are no such American superhero counterparts in Islamic dictatorships.

I was born to Muslim parents in the Bronx, New York, and I was raised Muslim. We ended up moving to New Jersey, which is where Marvel’s Muslim superhero lives with her family from Pakistan. Growing up, while my family would have been considered “moderate Muslims,” there was nothing moderate about the Jew-hatred in my Muslim family, or of the contempt shown towards females. Some members of my family even idolized Hitler, because he killed more Jews than anyone. And yet this casual hatred of others, of almost all others outside of the home, even by what are referred to as “moderate Muslims,” doesn’t appear at all in Disney/Marvel’s Muslim superhero comic book, which makes it nothing short of enemy propaganda for a foreign enemy, produced by a domestic enemy.

I was raised to hate Jews and to treat females like crap in America, and all you read from Disney/Marvel’s Muslim superhero is how good and innocent and morally upright she and her family are. We all know that Disney/Marvel produce fantasy, but once they delve into the real world of Islam and Muslims, and leave out any whiff of shariah law and the never-ending jihad, they have made themselves enemy propagandists, and callous ones at that, as they have to work very hard to try and avoid the fact that hundreds of people are murdered in the name of Islam every single week.

I also find it telling that Disney/Marvel chose to have a young female to be its Muslim superhero, considering Islam’s misogyny, as well as its male supremacy. Growing up Muslim, I remember my mother mourning the birth of my nieces, because she believed, with great reason, that their lifetime mistreatment at the hands of male Muslims was inevitable. I can’t think of any Muslim females in my generation who weren’t beaten by their male relatives. And, of course, nothing like that is in Ms. Marvel’s stories. And the only solace I can take in Disney/Marvel’s Islamic propaganda superhero is that even the most dishonest leftist hack reviewers can only pretend to like it, as it might be their least popular character, no matter what these reviewers claim. In a country of 330 million people, the best a Muslim superhero comic book produced by Disney and Marvel Comics, with all of their promotional power, has been able to sell is 12,000 copies a month, and only for a little while.

In other words, even the not exactly self-aware propagandists behind it know that it’s pure propaganda, but dare not cancel it, out of fear of what a potential Muslim backlash could be. (Disney/Marvel have no such concern cancelling unpopular black/female/gay superhero comics.) The leftists behind Disney/Marvel first published the comic book out of fear that not doing so might anger their Muslim editor who pitched it, as well as other Muslims, (as they know that angry Muslims act on their anger more than others). They continue publishing it out of fear. In the end, what we have here is enemy propaganda produced by a domestic enemy for a foreign enemy, free of charge, and all in the name of not angering Muslims. What a disgusting, gutless motive behind publishing a comic book, and to continue publishing it, and now, to produce a live-action version of it, that even those who claim to be fans of it aren’t excited about.

And I repeat, again and again: the only reason we began to discuss Islam was jihad. So long-form stories about Muslims that completely avoid jihad are pure Islamic propaganda, whether done by Muslims or their useful idiots.

AUTHOR

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