Cry baby Muslim Alert: Swiss airline 'cross' upsets Muslims

What does not offend these people?

While Swiss is a European based airline, the cross the company uses IS NOT a Christian cross.

But does this matter to the followers of the cult of subjugation, persecution and death?
No, not one bit and all they see is a cross. If it is a cross, it is bad and these cry baby Muslims have badgered and threatened many companies into dropping anything that 'offends' them.

Why worry, you might be thinking? After all, this is over in Europistan. It will never happen here stateside.

Think again and Islam and sharia law are here, have been here and similar events have occurred here in the United States. Even within our military, any and all criticism of Islam has dire consequences.

I hope no one gets offended by Cry baby Mohammad, Heh!

There is NO peace within Islam and with Islam there can NEVER be peace.

Hat tip to Vlad Tepes


Muslims Complain About Cross Symbol in Swiss Airline Adverts
By Cheradenine Zakalwe 

I posted last year about how some Swiss companies were removing the Swiss flag from their logos in order to appease Muslims. Some Islamic apologists claimed the companies were reacting to a problem that was entirely imaginary and, in reality, Muslims were not so primitive that they would be offended by the mere display of another religion's symbols. Now we see that, in fact, they are.

The last advertising campaign of the Swiss transporter has not gone unnoticed. On large-format advertising hoards in the German-speaking part of Switzerland, the Swiss flag appears accompanied by the slogan "Kreuz ist Trumpf". This means literally "The cross is an advantage", or "clubs are trumps" for aficionados of jass, the traditional card game. A double meaning that not everyone has been able to grasp.

The Muslims of Switzerland have reacted sharply to this image. On some forums, the internet users are indignant about the fact that Swiss is thus making reference to the "cross" and not the "Swiss cross", reports "Der Sonntag". The vehemence of the internet users is not a surprise to the Turkish journalist Cemil Baysal. Not long after the emotion caused in the Muslim world by the film "Innocence of Muslims", "many Muslims feel this slogan is a provocation and an attack against Islam".

Swiss, for its part, has given an assurance that its campaign contains no religious or political message.

Source is here from Islam versus Europe.

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