Pøíznivci iniciativ Islám v ÈR nechceme a Blok proti islámu 12. srpna instalovali na nìkolika místech v Praze torza ukamenovaných žen, jejichž prostøednictvím chtìjí upozornit na údajné nebezpeèí islámu. Figuríny zavázané v bílých plachtách potøísnìných barvou jako krví a obklopené kameny se objevily na Klárovì (na snímku), na Karlovì námìstí, na námìstí Jiøího z Podìbrad a v centrálním parku Lužiny. Událostí se zabývá policie.

Czech Art Exhibit Protests Islam’s Habit Of Stoning Women To Death

Prague – The followers of the We Do Not Want Islam in the Czech Republic and the Bloc Against Islam groups this morning installed the torsos of the women stoned to death in order to warn of the danger of Islam, Prague police spokesman Tomas Hulan has told journalists.

h/t PGM

  • Martin B

    We Do Not Want Islam in the Czech Republic.

    Can’t get any clearer than that.

  • dance…dancetotheradio

    Finally, modern art I can get behind.

  • I’m sure the “Rape Only Happens In Universities” crowd would have issued a trigger warning.

    They get awfully depressed when their favourite rapists are maligned.

  • dukestreet

    I’d like to borrow those works of art to display in Thorncliffe Park in Toronto.

  • pike bishop

    Familiarity breeds contempt.

    • Alain


  • luna

    I wonder if we’ll see Islamic themed Halloween decorations this fall.

    • Alain

      Why? We see them daily and globally if you are referring to Muslim acts and behaviour.

    • Justin St.Denis

      I think any parents who dress up ALL their kids as Mohammad and/or Aisha should shoot video of the event and post online. Millions of views guaranteed.

    • Canadian

      Any kid disguised as a ghost will be deemed offensive to beheaders.

      • luna

        Muslims are easily offended.

        • Canadian

          Always offended.

  • Wally Keeler

    I love the smell of offensive installation art in the morning. It smells like . . . liberty.
    In 1985 in the Hungarian city of Kalocsa, I attended the Schoeffer Seminarium where I hob nobbed with dissident poets and installation artists. The officials put on a special disco for all the assembled artsie farts. I had smuggled in several cassettes of anti-commie rock and roll to distribute in the other commie countries, but in Kalocsa, I managed to have that cassette playing over the sound system in the disco, much to the pleasure of the artsies who danced the night away to Nyet Nyet Soviet Jewelry, or the Moscow Drug Club where the reds all sing the blues, or Rah Rah Rasputin and others.
    Western artsies & poets suck govt tit, so don’t expect them to do anything provocative. I publish and exhibit without sucking arts grants cash. The deal is that the recipient poet has to display a sentence of gratitude in their book. I much prefer not getting a grant, because the last thing I want to do is display gratitude to Canadians for their generosity. It’s a fraud. Canadians are selfish, not generous.
    I come this blog often because I enjoy the spirit of selfishness that permeates the comments section.

    • mobuyus

      That’s pretty selfish of you.

      • Wally Keeler

        Exactly. Every person for themselves. May individualism prevail everywhere.

        • mobuyus

          You may not actually enjoy what that may entail. You sound like a person that lives the courage of your convictions. Good luck on your tourism of generous selfishness.

          • Wally Keeler

            born & lived in Canada, so it takes very little courage to live one’s convictions. Now, if I born/lived in any number of other hellhole nations, I may not be courageous about my convictions. I haven’t ever been tested in those shark-infested waters. Although I did take a couple toddler steps in the 80’s smuggling contraband in/out/inbetween the Warsaw Pact Countries. Just try to max one’s caprice in life. Yes it does come with consequences, but I am solely responsible for those consequences — I keep reminding myself.

  • Frances

    Good of them. Too many women have been stoned for “offences” Think it was in “The Kite Runner”, but remember vividly the depiction of a woman about to be stoned for whatever: in defiance, she stuck out her foot with painted nails.

  • David Murrell

    This is a great way to protest against the Islamic war on human values. More of this should be done.