Sunday, May 03, 2009

Trouble Brews in the Land of 'al-' Mordor

PART OF A SERIES OF "PREVIEWS" & RESEARCH NOTES (COPYRIGHTED) FROM MY CURRENT PROJECT, "The Art of the Martyr & Mujahid" :



The text below and on the Elven jihadis' shields reads: "There is no God but [the One] God, and Muhammad is His Messenger"

For those who did not read my Wednesday, April 29 post, read it HERE before continuing, as today's post is a sequel of sorts to it. Trust me: This post will not make sense unless you read the previous one. So do it. Now.

Trouble appears to be brewing in Middle Earth, specifically in the land of "al-" Mordor, home of Usama bin Laden/Sauron and his, as Ian McKellen's Gandalf told us in the Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King film, "deadliest servant...the Witch-King of [Egypt]." As I proved in an earlier visual cyber motif, Bin Laden must be the Dark Lord Sauron because he apparently controls "the Nine" fallen kings of men, the Ring-Wraiths, the Nazgul.

However, it now appears as if a segment of Middle Earth al-Qa'ida has broken away from their supreme leaders and has decided to launch on assault against the mountains of Mordor (they are quite similar to the "AFPAK" [how's that for an ugly, U.S.-penned acronym? It sounds like AFLAC, the health insurance] mountains). If you don't believe me, see the above visual cyber motif. It clearly shows that some of AQ's members are really Elves of Rivendell who, with "a last alliance of men and elves," are facing the legion's of Bin Sauron on the "slopes of Mount Doom."

One question remains, who will find the ring? Who is Isildur*?

*Eldest son and heir of Elendil, who cut the One Ring from the hand of Sauron after the Siege of Barad-dûr. He was lost with his company and three eldest sons at the Disaster of the Gladden Fields early in the Third Age. [From: Encyclopedia of Arda]


VIEW A VIDEO OF THE BATTLE (MUST-SEE!)


Bush has the One Ring. Frodo failed.

2 comments:

Maryah said...

Brilliant! We all need some levity in this epic battle....
I can't wait to see how all of this fits into your dissertation.... ;)

إبن الصقلي said...

Thanks for reading and for your comment! I hope all is well in Urdun.

Unfortunately, the subject of tomorrow...errr...today's post, which by chance I'm working on now, isn't so amusing!

:-0 :-(

Hopefully it's still interesting!

;-)