"MUSLIM RAGE," screams Newsweek's new cover story about last week's violent anti-American protests. Ayaan Hirsi Ali, the well-known anti-Islam activist, is here to tell "us" (The_West) how to "end it." And it's true, isn't it? All Muslims are constantly raging about everything. So to pay tribute to Ali's article — which describes the protesters as "the mainstream of contemporary Islam" — and the subtle, smart cover that accompanies it, we've collected 13 striking, powerful images of MUSLIM RAGE.
What are Muslims so mad about? Twitter ("Want to discuss our latest cover? Let's hear it with the hashtag: #MuslimRage," Newsweek begs us) has some answers:
when my mom got mad at me for putting a pudding cup in the microwave #MuslimRage— Ayesha A. Siddiqi (@pushinghoops) September 17, 2012
Indeed, as everyone knows, Muslims, and especially Arab Muslims, have no lives, feelings or thoughts external to constant, violent rage, directed at old white people living in the Midwest (due to their freedoms). Sure, only a few thousand people out of populations of millions turned out to protest this goofy anti-Muhammad movie from YouTube, and sure, there was loud outcry against the violence across the Muslim world. But have you seen this photo? Those guys are mad.
It's hard to find a better image than the one on the Newsweek cover to really communicate how rage-filled Muslims constantly are, but we've found a few that will strike a chill into your heart:
Check out these violent, angry Egyptians:
Two furious Iraqis:
Iranian Muslims #snowrage:
This Egyptian guy is filled to the brim with #MuslimRage:
A group of Egyptians gather in Cairo to vent their rage:
A wrathful Jordanian girl:
Terrifying image of violent, rampaging Iraqis:
How can we stop #MuslimRage like this, from Iran?
Look at this enraged Iraqi and tell me you're not scared:
Irate Egyptians taking a break from their #MuslimRage:
An Egyptian family, foaming at the mouth:
[all images via AP]