44 Cent Forever Stamp Celebrates 44th President’s Muslim Heritage with Islamic Holiday

Aug 14, 2011 7 Comments


44th President Barack Obama and extremist Muslims pleased about a new blood red 44 cent stamp to commemorate Muslim holidays

Barack Obama, who recently proclaimed, “We are no longer a Christian nation” to the delight of Muslims world wide as they continue their war against Judaism and Christianity, is pleased to see the final and permanent creation of a Muslim holiday stamp commemorating the 2 most important festivals in the Islamic calendars. The final Islamic 44 cent stamp has become permanent while Obama, the 44th President, expressed his appreciation for the accomplishment in a recent Islamic relations dinner in Washington.

The Muslim holidays Eid al-Fitr and Eid al-Adha were honored on the US Postal Stamp, the “Forever Stamp” in May of 2011. On these days, Muslims wish each other Eid mubarak, (no, that’s not a translation for, “We Love Mubarak”. No it simply means “blessed festival.”  Speaking of Mubarek, since his departure from leadership in Egypt,  the Muslim Brotherhood, and extremist Jihadist group continues its takeover of Egypt.

The phrase shown in gold calligraphy on the stamp  can also be paraphrased as, “May your religious holiday be blessed.”  This phrase was chosen over the proposed “Allahu Akbar” in fear that the latter might offend some Americans and Israelis who associate that phrase with Islamic Extremists who shout it just prior to launching their murderous attacks.

Many believe that Islam is the most distorted and violent religion of our time. It is the fastest growing religion and fasting growing killing machine known on the planet today. Islam is fueling the countless murder of innocent people around the world with no let up in site. They plan to attack Israel and wipe them off the map but being the tolerant nation we are here in the United States, under 44th president Barack Hussein Obama, it is fitting that he commemorate the most intolerant religion in mankind’s history with this wonderful 44 cent Islamic holiday stamp.

The stamp has be issued, fittingly enough, just a couple months after stamp prices will be raised to 44 cents. The President hopes moves such as these will aid in “mending relationships between United States and Islam.” Many people believe numbers are tell tale signs of prophecies.

In 2011, the Muslim holiday Eid al-Fitr will be celebrated August 30 and Eid al-Adha is celebrated on November 6. These dates, which are based on some kind of predicted sightings of the moon, are preliminary and could vary slightly as the festivals approach.

An “accomplished artist” and calligrapher, Mohamed Zakariya who also makes custom instruments from the history of science, worked closely with art director Phil Jordan to create this new Islamic design for the Muslim Holiday Celebrations series.

Of course is is also fitting that the new iteration of the Muslim Eid stamp be a “Forever” stamp. Forever stamps are always equal in value to the current First-Class Mail one-ounce rate, however many have mistaken this to symbolize “Islam Forever.”  The new background color of blood red and gold calligraphy on this stamp will help customers and postal clerks distinguish the Forever stamp from the original Eid stamp, which was first issued in 2001 with gold calligraphy on a blue background.

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  1. Is this a Stamp of Approval? | ACT! for America Palm Springs says:

    [...] Divided States  (H/T SilverLady) Barack Hussein Obama, who recently proclaimed, “We are no longer a Christian nation” to the delight of Muslims worldwide as they continue their war against Judaism and Christianity, is pleased to see the final and permanent creation of a Muslim stamp commemorating the 2 most important festivals in the Islamic calendars. The final Islamic 44 cent stamp has become permanent while Obama, the 44th President, expressed his appreciation for the accomplishment in a recent Islamic relations dinner in Washington. [...]

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