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Why I will never buy a Dhimmi Apple Product again and why I will boycott Apple because it is in league with the Jihadis

Posted by avideditor on June 27, 2010

I switched to Mac almost 5 years ago. I have been really happy with them. Their operating system is great and the tower computers I bought from them last long and are well made. I have a ipod like most people, and was going to switch my cell service so I can get a iphone 4. But everything changed with there recent dhimmi behavior. I understand a walled garden approach. But not when they submit to pressure from the Muslim Brotherhood which is a Jihadi group that Al Qaeda is a part of. Apple in my opinion has turned pro Jihadi. From here Barack Obama — Organizing for America App Launches for Apple iPhone, iPad, iPod touch – Atlas Shrugs

“What is the bias at apple?

“International Draw Muhammad Day” was a day of protest fueled by a Facebook page that encouraged followers to post images of the Muslim prophet. Fallout from the protest included the banning of Facebook and YouTube in Pakistan.

But Apple removed the app called iSlam Muhammad from the iPhone App Store, according to TUAW. “A description of the $.99 app encouraged users to ‘enjoy violent and hateful passages from The Qur’an that support and encourage Muslims to attack and behead anyone who does not agree with them. See how Allah directs his followers to treat men and women.'”

“The app revolved around parchment images featuring controversial images from the holy text. The app was in the store for a day before it was pulled.” (more here)

So no defamation of Islam — that app was removed.

Apple pulled the iSsam Muhammad app and will not tell me why or what I could do to fix it.

This is the actual call I received from Apple when they decided to pull my app.

iSlam Muhammad is a simple slideshow application comprised of violent passages from the Qur’an and images of Muhammad.

The biggest problem is the fact that Apple allows an app called Bible Thumper, which does the same thing to Christianity, but no one may make an application that will offend Muslims.

But the fascist speeches of Mussolini are available, and the speeches are downloadable. So Mussolini’s ok. Who decides?

An iPhone application devoted to Benito Mussolini, one of the key figures in the creation of Fascism, has been criticised after record downloads on Holocaust Memorial Day.

iMussolini beat blockbuster game including Avatar on the Italian iTunes App Store on Wednesday 27th January. That date was chosen for the Holocaust Memorial Day (HMD), as it is the anniversary of the day in 1945 on which the Soviet Army liberated the largest Nazi concentration camp – Auschwitz-Birkenau.

The application offers biographical information and a chance to read hundreds of speeches, along with video clips of the dictator in action. Mussolini ruled Italy from 1922 until his death in 1945 at the end of World War II.

The man behind iMussolini defended the iPhone application. “It’s a delicate page in our history that should never be forgotten,” Luigi Marino told Bloomberg News. “I’m stunned by the success of the application. I’ve had complaints, but also lots of positive feedback asking me to keep updating.”

Typically, a Milan-based spokeswoman for Apple declined to comment.

Available from the Apple iTunes App Store, iMussolini costs 59p and requires the iPhone 3.0 Software Update or later. iMussolini is presented in Italian only.”

I understand that one would not want to present controversial information. But their blatant double standard and caused them to silence important information that will help others fight global jihad. Apple is inline with Jihadis this move. Making them pro-Jihad. I refuse to buy into their pro jihad world. I did not mind paying a premium for great products. But I will not support the sick jihadis. Apple lost a costumer with their insanity. Guess I am going to get the Droid X and figure out a different machine to buy next.

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