REVENGE OF THE COW . . . .heh heh

It’s Eid al-Adha time folks.

Get out the knives and grab an animal.

It’s that time of year when good Muslims slaughter animals like crazy and revel in the blood and gore and agony being inflicted upon the sacrificial creatures.

Only this year one cow got angry and turned on the killer and gored him to death and left him to bleed to death slowly in agony. Turnabout you might say. There is something about the atmosphere around the slaughter festivities that makes the animals jittery and often Muslims are injured.

Despite this terrible cow revenge the event went on and families enjoyed every colorful moment, as evidenced by this photo.

Head honcho in Gaza Ashraf al-Kidra said this year at least 150 people were hospitalized for wounds from knives and from animals trying to escape the slaughter.

Anyway it’s a family fun day in the Middle east and takes place in October so keep an eye on your animals folks. With huge pockets of Muslims in our country there is no reason to believe they have given up the slaughter day just because they live in the USA.

About Islam . com describes the ceremony in the USA as one where folks get together and pray and exchange gifts and “At some point, members of the family will visit a local farm or otherwise will make arrangements for the slaughter of an animal.”

Eid al-Adha is not AS YET a national holiday in the USA, but hold on folks, the US Post Office has issued stamps commemorating the joyous occasion, so with the creep of Sharia Law aided by the push from government officials like Obama and Chris Christy it won’t be long before a holiday is declared and schools will close, government offices will shut down and we all go out into the street and start hacking away at the animals.

Right?

EID STAMP FROM USA GOVERNMENT
EID STAMP FROM USA GOVERNMENT

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Pamela99 4 years ago from United States

I never knew about this "celebration". How disgusting. Thank for keeping us informed.


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mslizzee 4 years ago from Buncombe County, NC Author

Thank you Pam

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