He’s a Monkey’s Uncle!

It was the event that turned Faisal Gazi into the extreme anti-Muslim and anti-Islam person he is today. The targetted killing of his khawarij uncle by Jamaat-e-Islami forces during the 1971 Bengali rebellion. Thankfully now, with time, Mr Gazi has come to realise that this action was right.

To celebrate we’ve made it the subject of our latest caption competition. We’ve gained exclusive access to the Gazi family album (total number of photos:2):

Please offer your condolences below:



Say cheese!

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5 Responses to He’s a Monkey’s Uncle!

  1. Abu Wanabe Arab says:

    A) “Hands up! We’re the Pakistani Fashion Police! Ohhhhwww!…that lunghi doesn’t go with that top at all…afraid we are going to have to shoot!”


  2. Raj Akar says:

    B) The family that is slain together..stays together!


  3. Al Mujtahid Rash Head Alley says:

    I have done ijtihad on picture A and based on the hadith of the Messenger (Allah bless him and give him peace) “So when you meet them (the khawarij), kill them, for in their killing you would get a reward with Allah on the Day of Judgment”.[Sahih Muslim: Book 005, Number 2328] can confirm that Faisal Gazi’s Awami League khawarij uncle is burning in hell and the Pakistani and Jamaati mujahidoon who killed him are in jannah! mashAllah!


  4. Douglas-e-Curry says:

    I am head of the Pakistani Army! Conditions for Bengalis in East Pakistan must be made harder across the board. Now fire!


  5. ‘Don’t kill me, my sons’


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