As a non-Muslim, if given a choice I would much rather live under Mia Khalifa than under the Khalifate. Not that I ever envisage being given this choice, but still, it’s the thought that counts.
The Lebanese-born and so richly endowed by the bounty-generating Levantine climate, Mia might no longer be a porn star, and one of the world’s most famous at that – she now dabbles in sports commentary – but the same people who still hark on about the Crusades clearly have long enough memories to neither forget nor forgive:
A porn star has revealed how ISIS threatened to behead her in sickening mocked-up execution photos.
Mia Khalifa – the number-one-ranked performer on Pornhub – was targeted by the bloodthirsty terror group on social media.
She claims they threatened to behead her in horrifying mocked up photos – but brave Mia is determined not to let it ruin her life.
The busty porn star said: “They photoshopped a picture of me being beheaded and threatened that that would happen to me.
“It does [worry me] but I try not to show it, because you can’t show weakness.
“That’s exactly what they’re looking for.
“I really try and just make it look like it rolls off, but I’ll admit, it gets to you after a while.” …
She was slammed by some in the Middle East who claimed she was a disgrace to Lebanon where she was born after she released a video where she performed sex acts in a hijab.
Now why didn’t Pauline Hanson think about that? On the second thought, thank God she didn’t.
One can hold any number of opinions about pornography – a controversial topic that – without wanting to murder the performers. But when your culture is built around the twin pillars of shame and honour, some people will take it to the extreme – hence the attacks on apostates and blasphemers, honour killings, acid attacks on women, and so the nauseating on. Mia Khalifa has hardly had the most edifying profession, but like some of her fellow “actresses” she has moved on (like Sunny Leone who is now, of all things, a huge Bollywood star), and while undoubtedly of an Arab ethnicity, there is no mistaking her for a religious Muslim. For some people that’s enough to loose one’s head. In defence of the Western Civilisation and the values we all cherish, we need to speak up. As the German Lutheran pastor Martin Niemoller had once famously said about the Nazi persecution, “First they came for porn stars…” Or something like that.