Friday, July 28, 2006

Da Vinci Code banned in Iran

Mullahs are really dumb.

They love banning almost every thing, from VCRs and short sleeve shirts in 1980s to Da Vinci Code books and movie in 2006.

Da Vinci Code was the topic of every discussion here and there a few months ago and now no one pays attention to it any more, but now that the government bans it, every one wants to know what it was about that mullahs are trying to prevent people from reading or seeing... Religious idiots in Tehran prohibit the distribution and printing of it, but people rush to buy it - here is the proof /CBC :
    Iranian book stores were flooded by curious readers after the government banned the printing and distribution of Dan Brown’s 'Da Vinci Code.'

    The ban was initiated after 6 Christian clerics protested to the Iranian ministry of culture regarding the book which “insulted their religion.” The Islamic government proceeded with the ban although 30,000 [Persian] copies were sold already................

Idiot mullahs!

1 comment:

Rosemary said...

The sad thing is, it has nothing to do with Christianity except to insult it. For shame.