Thursday, August 20, 2009

Dhimmitude at Yale, Muhammad Pictures


This wooden sculpture in the Church of Our Dear Lady in Dendermonde, Belgium depicts Mohammed on the ground, clutching the Koran, being trampled on by angels. It represents the triumph of Christianity over Islam and it was carved in the 17th century by Mattheus van Beveren. (Source-Faces of Muhammad)
This medieval drawing of Mohammed showing his entrails to Dante and Virgil is from one of the earliest surviving illustrated manuscripts of Dante's Inferno, dating from the 3rd quarter of the 14th century. (Source-Faces of Muhammad)










Hat Tip: Jawa Report
Hat Tip: Ghost of a Flea

More Muhammad photos can be found here.

Original story regarding Yale's capitulation here.

2 comments:

christian soldier said...

This 'cow-towing' to PC scenarios...esp. on the part of our universities ...is getting real old!!
The author should self publish!
C-CS

Carlos Echevarria said...

It really is, especially those centers which produce the haughty, Ivy league types such as the Clintons, the Obamas, et al