So Newsweek decided to splash a sensationalist cover of rabid Middle-Eastern protesters under the headline “Muslim Rage.” It was so offensive that in no time the #MuslimRage hashtag was hijacked to sarcastically mock the cheap, tabloid nature of the magazine cover. Now that’s how you flip the script on ignorance, Interwebs!
I'm having such a good hair day. No one even knows. #MuslimRage— Hend (@LibyaLiberty) September 17, 2012
Club poster says "free pizza". At meeting: They only bought pepperoni. #MuslimRage
— Sarina Ismael (@SarinaIsmael) October 3, 2012
Lost your kid Jihad at the airport. Can't yell for him. #MuslimRage— Leila ليلى(@LSal92) September 17, 2012
Just got back from six flags great adventure. Favorite ride was closed. Ugh. #muslimrage— Kashif Usman (@KashFeeds) September 18, 2012
Wrestling is fake? #MuslimRage— Omar Abdelsattar (@Collabrone) September 17, 2012