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Assalaamu alaikum [peace be to you],

there is this joke I read a few days ago. I found it funny and wanted to share it with you guys and girls. hope you understand the message and spread the word if you like it.

The story is not mine. I found it in internet. but of course, I added some of my ingredients to it as usual.

if you don't like it, it's fine. someone can't please all the world. but I really appreciate if you try to be polite and respectful even if you don't agree. if you can't, just ignore my artwork and leave in peace.

also, non-constructive critiques are not welcomed. (^_^)

Salam [peace]
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Given 2011-02-28
The Tale and the Twisted Tale by *NayzakThe suggestor said: "This interactive manga is very entertaining to read. The drawings are very cute ,and the story is interesting and funny with a surprising twist in the end. It also hold a nice message that we should keep in mind." ( Suggested by spring-sky and Featured by Gashu-Monsata )
Murmursixtyfour Featured By Owner Oct 19, 2014
Impressive. I love the waf waf near the and, too.

You did mention that you find the story in internet. Could you have credited the one who uploaded it or was it anonymous?

I would love to avoid discrimination by avoiding the direct mentioning of real-life ethnic to be blamed like "New Yorker" or "American".
You might have, like, parodied those ethnics like e.g. "New Jorker" as well as "Mamerican" so that those of the non-fictional races doesn't feel discriminated.

But I do get mad when I see our local news writer often use and misinterpret "jihad" in sense of muslim terrorism, whereas it essentially means "struggling".
Even if you take a look at, once you enter "jihad" you know what I meant, by comparing the different interpretation and in which place do they take.
Neshi-Farfarer Featured By Owner Oct 14, 2014
Um, thank you for the laughs. I'm sorry! And yes, yes agreed. Do keep up the good work, sir Nayzak.

Right. Even if the reporter was still influenced by his biases, he still could have seen it as "Oh! They're actually NOT as bad as we thought they were! Huh..." And then written "Good Arab Saves Girl From Mauling".

People are people, after all. Regardless of ethnicity or creed or age or gender or background or status or nationality or religion or whatever other boundary whether geographic or otherwise, every life is equally precious, yes?
InvaderPucca Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2013  Student Digital Artist
How could they get that picture of the LIE?

I wouldn't care where he was from, he saved somebody. c: Anybody should be respected. ANYBODY. :iconpinkiepiesmileplz:
toratoto Featured By Owner Sep 25, 2013
بارك الله فيك يا بطل اسأل الله العظيم رب العرش العظيم أن يسعدك في الدنيا و الآخرة
RedTeamHeavy Featured By Owner Sep 14, 2013
Foolish Americans. They call me a communist for being Russian.
xXEm-033Xx Featured By Owner Jul 26, 2013  Student General Artist
haha great job. :D
i ve heard this one too.
arabianwolf4 Featured By Owner Jun 5, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
nice, this story truly has a message, not all muslims are terrorists.
KururuRyu Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Sadly it is true. I hate that people do this. I can't see the difference between a New yorker and a Muslim. If someone helps somebody is good, but if he/she is a muslim is a bad person. What is the logic?
I saw an article like this in a newspaper the lat year, but it was but that was about a robbery. A muslim help a woman that a man would kidnap for the "Trata de blancas" and the reporter said that a"damn muslim" hurts a "poor man" then was olny flirting a woman ("Un maldito musulman casi mata a un pobre hombre que estaba piropeando a una chica" This was the notice [I can't translate literally]
UlfaShirayukiHime Featured By Owner Apr 21, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
sadly it' so true~ :(
mangasockattack Featured By Owner Apr 14, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
This is really great! You should be very proud of yourself and this message, great work!
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