Showtime MOCKS THE DEAD in new “FATWA” Comedy Series Starring Aasif Mandvi

Maybe this cocky supremacist “moderate” will actually get a fatwa as a result of this series, and he’ll see how funny it is. Yes, a fatwa on “Fatwa” would be perfect. Now that would be funny, right?Charlie Hebdo

Ask Bosch Fawstin how much fun a death threat (fatwa) according to Islamic law is. Ask Lars Vilks or Kurt Westegaard or the Charlie Hebdo cartoonists. Ask me or Lars Hedegaard or Geert Wilders or Robert Spencer how hysterical it is to live under constant threat.

Could the elites be more dangerous? This is all of a piece. Disarm and mislead the American people about the gravest threat to our nation, our freedom, our very way of life.amanpour-aasif-mandvi-daily-show-story-top

This vicious bloody war is many things, but it ain’t funny. I predict this garbage series will fall flat on its face.

 

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Damaged glass is seen at the site of a shooting in Copenhagen.

Showtime Issues ‘Fatwa’ Comedy Series from Aasif Mandvi,” Breitbart, August 30, 2016:

Showtime is developing a new “dark comedy” series called Fatwa from Daily Show alum and Halal in the Family creator Aasif Mandvi and writer-producer Dave Holstein.

According to Deadline, which first broke the news, the new series will center on LK Hussein (Mandvi), a struggling cartoonist “whose death threat becomes the greatest thing that ever happened to him.”

The series is named for the term for a religious ruling prescribed by an Islamic authority.

Mandvi and Holstein, who also worked together on the short-lived HBO comedy series The Brink, will reportedly co-write the script and serve as executive producers.

Mandvi has starred in Islamic-oriented comedy television fare before; l

Damaged glass is seen at the site of a shooting in Copenhagen February 14, 2015. Shots were fired on Saturday near a meeting in the Danish capital of Copenhagen attended by controversial Swedish artist Lars Vilks, Sweden's TT news agency reported. Three police officers were injured. REUTERS/Mathias OEgendal/Scanpix Denmark (DENMARK - Tags: CRIME LAW) ATTENTION EDITORS - DENMARK OUT. NO COMMERCIAL OR EDITORIAL SALES IN DENMARK. THIS IMAGE HAS BEEN SUPPLIED BY A THIRD PARTY. IT IS DISTRIBUTED, EXACTLY AS RECEIVED BY REUTERS, AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS. NO COMMERCIAL SALES

Damaged glass is seen at the site of a shooting in Copenhagen February 14, 2015. Shots were fired on Saturday near a meeting in the Danish capital of Copenhagen attended by controversial Swedish artist Lars Vilks, Sweden’s TT news agency reported. Three police officers were injured. REUTERS/Mathias OEgendal/Scanpix Denmark (DENMARK – Tags: CRIME LAW) ATTENTION EDITORS – DENMARK OUT. NO COMMERCIAL OR EDITORIAL SALES IN DENMARK. THIS IMAGE HAS BEEN SUPPLIED BY A THIRD PARTY. IT IS DISTRIBUTED, EXACTLY AS RECEIVED BY REUTERS, AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS. NO COMMERCIAL SALES

ast year, the 50-year-old actor-comedian co-created the Web series Halal in the Family, which sought to use humor to disarm the stereotypes surrounding Muslims living in the United States. The series won a Peabody-Facebook Futures of Media Award.

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