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Allah's Name In Stuff


The ineffable name of God can turn up in all sorts of unlikely places. Here is “Allah” written in simple Arabic.


And here it is written in a watermelon.


Also, in a cloud…


… in beef gristle…


… a tree…


… a honeycomb (or should that be "an honeycomb"?) [1]



[1] No. No, it shouldn't.

… some flames…



… an aubergine…


… and a flower.


Not forgetting, of course, the Sheikh Yassin memorial sheep:



Global Security provides a handy comparison tool here for you to judge whether some Sri Lankan Muslims were correct in their claim that God signed his name in the Indonesian tsunami to show he was sending it as a punishment:



Sometimes the claims of a miraculous appearance are, at best, unimpressive, such as this tomato...


… this unidentified (by me) vegetable…


… this quartz…


… this mango…


… this fish…


… the bottom half of this leaf…


… this baby’s ear…


... and this.



If there’s an overriding theme here it’s that the Creator of the Universe appears to spend far too much time thinking about food. Is He on a diet?

Comments

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amuchmoreexotic
Aug. 11th, 2008 01:51 pm (UTC)
Maybe when he manifests his name in blood or spunk, it gets hushed up. I must have divinely generated most of the Koran over the years.
webofevil
Aug. 11th, 2008 02:04 pm (UTC)
What, at the same time? That's a bit specialist.
amuchmoreexotic
Aug. 11th, 2008 02:26 pm (UTC)
Hey, Mohammed deflowered a 9-year-old, so I guess Allah's down with that kind of thing.
kasku
Aug. 11th, 2008 03:23 pm (UTC)
That is one seriously offensive mango.
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