The release of Newsweek magazine’s cover for its upcoming edition, “Muslim Rage”, and the subsequent attempt at creating an online discussion centering around the violent protests in much of the Muslim world against an anti-Islam film, seems to have turned in a direction that they did not anticipate.
Newsweek asked its readers to debate the cover using the hashtag #MuslimRage. The conversation quickly went from being a discussion to ridicule with the respected magazine getting served a healthy dose of humour and sarcasm.
Here is what some people had to say of the most trending topic:
thought of the day for the free thinkers & defenders of free speech “Freedom of speech is useless without freedom of thought”#MusilmRage
“Newsweek’s ‘Muslim Rage’: A sickening piece of shock journalism that cheapens a once great magazine” http://bit.ly/S0w1jG
Seriously, judging a faith by it’s extremists is dishonest and lazy. It’s like saying Pat Robertson represents all Christians. #muslimrage
I’m having such a good hair day. No one even knows. #MuslimRage
men with food stuck in their beards… oh no… THE SIGHT of men with food stuck in their beards #MuslimRage
Someone mentions cheese pizza during my fast. #MuslimRage
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