Cartman (from South Park) defends Muslims

It’s kinda funny and interesting. Thought I’d share with you guys. I have never watched a full episode of South Park, but my homie, Mo Sin had up on his away message a quote from the character, Cartman from South Park which inspiried this video.
Check it out:

19 Replies to “Cartman (from South Park) defends Muslims”

  1. haha subhanallah. although it’s meant to be more mocking than anything, it’s still funny… Allah humma salli wa salam wa barrek 3ala Muhammad wa 3ala alahi wa sahbahi wa sallem

  2. yeah, cartman actually just wanted to get rid of family guy, hahaha which was funny too

  3. i think Gumbos right, its mocking… cartmans made to look like an idiot thru the whole episode part 1 and 2.

  4. it wasn’t mocking Muslims, i think it was mocking the way the media was hypocritcal in their reasons of not showing the Prophet Muhammad (saas) but they show the Prophet Isa (as) [Jesus = Isa].

  5. tru wot u sed MR but i think people r hestitant to lyk south park, cuz its known for its blasphemous content?

  6. Cartman is seen as a hitler-type…he often manipulates people and promotes hatred (ie there’s an episode where he says having red hair is a disease)…its meant to be ironic that he supports muslims…

  7. Forbes: Yankees’ Value Tops $1 Billion
    Friday, April 21, 2006
    Associated Press,2933,192574,00.html

    NEW YORK — The New York Yankees became the first baseball team valued at more than $1 billion in the annual estimates made by Forbes magazine.

    The Yankees’ value increased 8 percent to $1.026 billion, the magazine estimated in its May 8 issue, which was released Thursday. New York had revenue of $354 million last year before paying $77 million in revenue sharing and $34 million in luxury tax.

    Forbes estimated the Yankees had a $50 million operating loss before interest, income taxes, depreciation and amortization.

    The Boston Red Sox were pegged with the second-highest value at $617 million, followed by the New York Mets ($604 million), Los Angeles Dodgers ($482 million), Chicago Cubs ($448 million) and Washington Nationals ($440 million).

    Tampa Bay was last among the 30 teams at $209 million.

    Forbes valued three NFL teams last September at $1 billion or higher: the Washington Redskins ($1.26 billion), Dallas Cowboys ($1.06 billion) and New England Patriots ($1.04 billion).

    Cleveland had the highest estimated operating income at $34.6 million, followed by Houston at $30.2 million, Toronto at $29.7 million, Washington at $27.9 million, Atlanta at $27.6 million.

    Other than the Yankees, the only teams with estimated operating losses were the Red Sox ($18.5 million), the Mets ($16.1 million), Florida ($11.9 million) and the Los Angeles Angels ($2.6 million).

  8. i’m sorry that i sound strict bro, but since its the end of days we should be serious about all our actions.

    However, verily every person faces the end of their own days.

  9. This has nothing to do with Cartman. Im just wondering why you’re on the AlMaghrib forums if you infact boycotted it?

  10. That still does not change anything even if he defends muslim , becoz the show has mocked prophet isa since its launch i think its disgrace ppl find it funny at all

  11. Well I think the person who posted this should have a big wahay to him/her. I like to hear something positive for once …South Park rock for supporting muslims.

  12. OMG OMG OMG south park writter is so haram—-do you knoe wat he did?—you knoe how in south park family guy episode they didnt show the prophet well guess wat—-the last south park episode in season 12 i think lool—they shouldnt even put it i hope they get tortured man wowowowowo i cant belive it the second i watched it i changed it writ away and i just played rock band 2 ahahah but still…

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