Sold-Out Play Depicts Jesus Raping a Muslim Woman
The hottest new play in the Czech city of Brno is, according to ČTK, called Our Violence and Your Violence, in which Jesus Christ is depicted raping a Muslim woman.
While the play’s producers and supporters are congratulating themselves for being so edgy and courageous, in reality this production sheds new light on European cowardice and self-hatred in the face of mass Muslim migration.
Our Violence and Your Violence is being presented at the World of Theatre festival; festival director Martin Glaser “stressed that the topic of this year’s festival was freedom.” ČTK noted: “The performance offers a view of Europe taken unawares by the migrant crisis. It asks unpleasant questions about religion, Europe’s stance on the situation in the Middle East and different approaches to terrorist attacks in Europe, Baghdad and Kabul in a provocative way, the festival programme managers say.”
A few lessons from this:
- Europe’s political and media elites want to convince everyone, by means of a relentless propaganda barrage, that in Europe today, the villains are the “racist” “Islamophobes,” and their innocent victims are Muslims.
There is no recognition of the spiraling rates of rape and other crimes by Muslim migrants, nor acknowledgement of the establishment of Sharia enclaves. The only reason why anyone could possibly be opposed to the Muslim migrant influx is because one is a neo-Nazi. And if you disagree with that, you must also be a neo-Nazi.
- One can commit blasphemy against Christianity and offend Christians with impunity. It’s cool, it’s edgy, and no one is going to get hurt.
But blaspheming Islam and offending Islam? That is a grave offense, punishable by law in many places, and elsewhere a career-killer that will get you labeled as being outside the realm of polite society.
The unspoken subtext is that if you criticize Islam, some Muslims might kill you. In this age of cowardice, that is enough to get most people to stand down.
- This play is a complete inversion of reality. Jesus, of course, never raped anyone. But Muhammad, the prophet of Islam, raped a Christian woman.
The ninth century Muslim historian al-Tabari notes that Muhammad sent an envoy to al-Muqawqis, the ruler of Egypt, bearing a letter demanding that he accept Islam. Al-Muqawqis did not accept Islam, but to mollify Muhammad, says Tabari, the Egyptian ruler sent him “four slave girls, including Mariyah, the mother of Ibrahim, the son of the Messenger of God.”
Mariyah, more commonly known as Maria the Copt, became the slave of the prophet of Islam, and, as Tabari records, bore him his only son, who died when he was just eighteen months old. Muhammad is not recorded as ever having freed her, and the very definition of being a slave is that one’s consent to various orders is neither requested nor required. Consequently, it is Muhammad who raped this Christian woman, just as it is Muslim migrants today who are responsible for a wave of rapes in Germany, Sweden, and other countries in Europe.
It isn’t Christians who are raping Muslims, it is Muslims who are raping Christians.
On New Year’s Eve in 2015 alone, Muslim migrants committed as many as 2,000 rapes and sexual assaults in Cologne, Stockholm, and other major European cities.
Such assaults weren’t limited to that day. Sweden has been called the “rape capital of the world” because of the notorious activities of Muslim migrants. In Sweden, Muslim migrants from Afghanistan are 79 times more likely to commit rape and other sexual crimes than native Swedes.
Even before the migrant influx, while on a speaking tour in Germany in 2011 I was told by the 16-year-old daughter of one of the event organizers that she was routinely harassed on the way to school. Muslims on the commuter trains would call her a “whore” and a “slut” because her hair and arms were not covered. This happened, she said, every day.
In the British town of Rotherham, Muslim gangs brutalized, sexually assaulted, and raped over 1,400 young British girls, while authorities remained extremely reluctant to say or do anything in response for fear of being labeled “racist.”
In response to all this, in the Czech Republic there is a play depicting Jesus raping a Muslim woman.
Our Violence and Your Violence is sold out. So is the Czech Republic.