…a recent addition to the 12th century Roman Catholic Saint-Jean-Baptiste cathedral in Lyon, France, features a slightly less traditional face: one of a Muslim man.
The gargoyle, nicknamed “Ahmed,” perches above an inscription of “Allah Akhbar,” or “God is the Greatest,” in both French and Arabic, the AFP news agency reported.
The camel’s nose under the tent. The Muslim gargoyle on the cathedral.
“Oh, but it’s on the OUTside, not the INside!” “Oh, I could show you WORSE gargoyles somewhere ELSE!” “Oh, the tradition of gargoyles goes back to the 12th century, you ignorant trolls, and the word ‘gargoyle’ is from the Latin for…”
**** the **** off!
Speaking of Germans:
–on British soil.
Lady, you guys lost. You don’t get a say in what gets built in someone else’s country anymore.
Don’t start two wars next time if you don’t like it.