Newsweek must have known that its cover story on “Muslim Rage” by Ayaan Hirsi Ali, published after a week of violent protests over a YouTube video demeaning the Prophet Mohammed, would be controversial. As Think Progress notes, Ali — who escaped an arranged marriage in Somalia by immigrating to the Netherlands, was a member of the Dutch Parliament and wrote the best-selling memoir Infidel — is no stranger to controversy about Islam and Muslims. Since Newsweek tweeted the “Muslim Rage” cover and the promoted hashtag #MuslimRage, “the internet has fought back” as Colorlines puts it, with one parody cover showing up after the next.
Here are some of the best #MuslimRage responses.
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