In my research on Islamist artwork and visual media, I have surprisingly discovered that some cyber jihadi dorks are just as obsessed with J.R.R. Tolkien's classic series The Lord of the Rings as some non-jihadi dorks. They view themselves, with one exception, not as the forces of the dark lord Sauron and his wizard ally Saruman, but as the Fellowship and its allies in Gondor, Rohan, and the Elven kingdoms. Well, at least they're not Star Wars dorks...
The latest hilarious example of this obsession is found in the completely ridiculous and laughable work of Reality Media Center, a Lahore, Pakistan-based anti-Shi'i takfiri media outlet. Takfir is an Arabic term describing the practice of declaring other Muslims to be "apostates." The center is responding to a humorous post by Prof. Jarret Brachman in which the specialist on movements compares cyber jihadis (or, as he calls them, "jihobbyists") to Orcs, the creatures that make up the bulk of Sauron's armies in The Lord of the Rings.
The Two Towers, and the center's takfiris have responded by using horribly funny (in an embarrassing way) voice-overs with a scene taken from the extended edition of The Return of the King. Specifically, they use the scene where the Fellowship, with the exception of Frodo and Sam, confront the Mouth of Sauron, the dark lord's lieutenant Barad-dûr, at the Black Gate. View it for yourself:
The actual scene is:
The Mouth of Sauron
I have posted twice previously about cyber jihadis' use of The Lord of the Rings in their artwork and visual media HERE and HERE.
Nazgul chase Arwen at the river
Battle on the Slopes of Mount Doom
Rohirrim charge with King Theoden at the Battle of the Pelennor Fields
UPDATE (3:35 P.M., December 5): See Prof. Brachman's response to the silly video by Reality Media HERE.