Terrorists Threaten Sacha Baron Cohen over their depiction in ‘Bruno’

One of the things I never understand about terrorists is their focus on trivia along with the double standard; it’s okay to destroy Christians homes because of trumped up rumors, but joke about Mohammed and they riot in the streets. At the same time, these people lie about Jesus, claiming he’s a Muslim, despite the several centuries between his life and that of Mohammed.

How can we be expected to take people seriously when their response to everything seems to be a) riot in the streets and/or b) kill the infidel.

There are no jokes in Islam, nevertheless, there was sufficient information about Borat, that it should come to no surprise to anyone that Sacha Baron Cohen would film something and place it in a movie in a different context. If you recall, Khazakstan wasn’t excited about how it was represented in Borat.


Monday, July 27, 2009


Sacha Baron Cohen stars as a flamboyantly gay interviewer in his comedy ‘Bruno.’

Sacha Baron Cohen has stepped up his security after being threatened by a terrorist organization that is angered at its portrayal in the film “Bruno.”

The al-Aqsa Martyrs’ Brigades, a coalition of Palestinian militias in the West Bank, said it was “very upset” that it featured in the film starring Baron Cohen’s homosexual fashionista alter ego.

Baron Cohen’s Austrian character ridicules the terrorist group when he attempts to get himself kidnapped during a meeting with Ayman Abu Aita, who is identified in the film as the leader of the Martyrs’ Brigades.

The London-born actor is reportedly taking the threat seriously and has improved security arrangements for himself and his family in preparation for violent reprisals.

The Martyrs’ Brigades has issued a statement to a Jerusalem-based journalist including a veiled threat against Baron Cohen, 37. “We reserve the right to respond in the way we find suitable against this man,” it said. “The movie was part of a conspiracy against the al-Aqsa Martyrs’ Brigades.”

The group condemned the use of the interview with Mr Abu Aita. “According to what we checked there was was no meeting about the real context of the film,” the statement said. “This was a dirty use of our brother, Ayman, and we don’t accept that the al-Aqsa Martyrs’ Brigades is part of the film.”

FULL STORY: Go to the London Times for the full report.

Source: Fox


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