Jehadi Alphabetic Phobia-Fatwa against ‘X’!

via HK Correspondent published on January 22, 2007

The English letter ‘X’ has been condemned by the Islamic clergy in Saudi for its close proximity with the Christian cross! The Commission for Promotion of Virtue and the Prevention of Vice has issued fatwa against the use of the letter ‘X’.

The issue came into focus when Saudi business man Amru Mohammed Faisal applied for trademark on his new service ‘Explorer’. Saudi is country that calls the Christians pigs every Friday. Though openly the Saudi government does not oppose the Americans, the clergy uses its command over the hundreds of mosques to spread venom against the Christians and the Americans.

Faisal while writing on some websites criticizing the move also said there could be a possible clamp down on the mathematical sign ‘+’, in the near future. Earlier the Red Cross emblem has been changed to the Red Crescent in the Arab countries because it looks like the cross!

Readers are given the freedom to imagine all kinds of emblems that could be banned that would even slightly resemble the cross

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