December 9, 2010, - 4:23 pm

Liam Neeson: Christlike Lion of Narnia is “Mohammed”

By Debbie Schlussel

I used to like actor Liam Neeson, especially after he played a father rescuing his daughter from a Muslim sex slavery ring in Taken” (read my review).  But I always warned that his mother-in-law is anti-Semitic, pro-Islamic terrorist, friend-of-Arafat, Qaeda-concubine, Vanessa Redgrave.  And clearly her propaganda has finally seeped in and poisoned Neeson’s mind.


On Friday (tomorrow), the latest installment of “The Chronicles of Narnia” movies comes out in theaters (my review will be posted on this site, then).  And Neeson–as he has in the previous two Narnia movies–provides the voice for Aslan, the lion in the movie.  Anyone who knows Narnia author C.S. Lewis’ Christian orientation, knows that the Narnia books are supposed to be metaphors for the stories of the Christian faith and the New Testament stories.  Although I am not Christian and don’t believe in Christ, it’s clear that Lewis meant the lion, Aslan, to symbolize Christ.  Aslan is willingly slaughtered to death in the first movie as an allegory for the crucifixion.

But that didn’t stop Liam Neeson from engaging in the traditional Redgrave family delusions and claiming the lion symbolizes Mohammed. Here’s his nonsense:

Aslan symbolises a Christ-like figure but he also symbolises for me Mohammed, Buddha and all the great spiritual leaders and prophets over the centuries.

That’s who Aslan stands for as well as a mentor figure for kids – that’s what he means for me. . . .

Walter Hooper, Lewis’ former secretary and a trustee of his estate, said the author would have been outraged.

“It is nothing whatever to do with Islam,” he said.

“Lewis would have simply denied that. He wrote that the ‘whole Narnian story is about Christ.’ Lewis could not have been clearer.”

He attributed Neeson’s remarks to political correctness and a desire to be “very multicultural,” adding: “I don’t know Liam Neeson or what he is thinking about… but it was not Lewis’ intention.”


It’s doubly absurd, especially when you consider that Aslan discourages children from wrongdoing, and allah and his Mohammed do the exact opposite as we see all over the Islamic world, where kids are encouraged to hate Jews and Christians and kill them in the name of Mohammed and allah.

And it’s even more silly when you consider that Lewis didn’t really like Muslims too much.  For good reason, because he knew what they were about.  In the new movie, people who kidnap Narnian subjects for slavery look and are dressed like Arabs.  It’s so apropos.

What a shame that this guy got to play Oskar Schindler, who rescued Jews from their deaths at the hands of the Nazis. Now, Neeson is playing real life propagandist for the modern-day Nazis of Islam.


One of my long-time friends from college, Brad Turner, was Liam Neeson’s stunt double in “The A-Team” (read my review). I should ask him if he stunt-doubled Neeson’s dangerous pandering to Islam.

You could get a lot of injuries from that. And, often, it’s fatal.

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46 Responses

What an idiot. How, exactly, was Muhammed martyred to save others as was Aslan? This actor should keep his mouth shut until he can do something better than lump all the different religions into a shallow “mentor guy for kids.”

It’s time we stop pretending that all religions are good and should be tolerated. That worked as long as there was none on the world scene with power and a political component that serves power-mongers to subordinate the rest of us. Now, it’s here and it’s not Christianity and its founder was not Aslan.

Anonna on December 9, 2010 at 4:36 pm

    [Anonna – How, exactly, was Muhammed martyred to save others as was Aslan?]

    He wasn’t. Mohammed was the one (and his cult followers today continue in his footsteps) who forced others to be martyred.

    I_AM_ME on December 9, 2010 at 4:44 pm

      Debbie: I also watched the movie ‘TAKEN’, and no where did it
      show that is was a Muslim child sex ring, what sort of journalist
      are you? To state such racists lies makes me puke! The child
      sex trade in reality my dear is run by either Russians or people
      in Europe and the majority of its clients are western paedafiles.
      So for a pathetic no hoper journalist like yourself go get
      another job.

      Maria Scarano on January 28, 2012 at 1:29 am

    “How, exactly, was Muhammed martyred to save others as was Aslan?”

    Even if he was, it is clearly not in CS Lewis’ understanding of the character.

    ari-free on December 9, 2010 at 5:27 pm

I wish the guy would quit claiming to be Catholic. On an article linked to his Wikipedia page, he claims that he is “Catholic,” but then says that “acting is a form of prayer,” that all religions lead to God, and a whole bunch of other New-Age, politically correct nonsense. He also goes to Mass “occasionally,” which means he is not really a Catholic at all because one of the tenets of Catholicism is that you go to Mass every week and on holy days of obligation. He is a CINO, and only a very stupid liberal one could believe that Aslan would stand for Mohammed.

JM on December 9, 2010 at 5:20 pm

The problem many educated people have is their belief in moral relativism. That is the notion all peoples, all cultures, all beliefs and all values are the same. It sounds very democratic, liberal and egalitarian but life isn’t like that at all. That’s apparent even to an unschooled child.

Too bad Liam Neeson doesn’t understand it.

NormanF on December 9, 2010 at 5:29 pm

This is so characteristic of liberals, particularly liberal journalists and Hollywood types. Liam professes intellectual knowledge, but in fact demonstrates his profound ignorance of facts as well as his failure to be actually educated. C. S. Lewis made known his symbolism as a general principle. One needed to go no further than his classroom or the local pub at Oxford. Not only did he teach his own works, but it was his habit to meet(along with Tolkien, his best friend and drinking companion) at the local pub with interested students and faculty and discuss his works. His philosophy is taught in classes to this day. He was a Christian philosopher.

pat on December 9, 2010 at 5:44 pm

Anyone remember Vanessa Redgrave’s speech about “Zionist hoodlums”? If she were still alive, I’d tell her to fly to Saudi Arabia and walk down a street, any street, unaccompanied by a male and without a rag on her head. Here is the video, with a beaming Jane Fonda in the audience:

Pamela on December 9, 2010 at 6:07 pm

    I think you have her confused with Neeson’s wife, the late Natasha Redgrave.

    Her sister is very much alive.

    NormanF on December 9, 2010 at 6:11 pm

    I think Debbie has mentioned Vanessa Redgrave’s “zionist hoodlums” speech at the Academy Awards, noting in particular that those scumbags at YouTube have pulled the video of Paddy Chayefsky’s response at the Academy where he chastised Redgrave to much applause: “I am sick and tired of people exploiting the Academy Awards for the propagation of their own personal propaganda.” There is no legal reason for pulling this video, so it’s just blatant censorship, but they leave Redgrave’s propaganda intact.

    For those who don’t know who Paddy Chayefsky was, he happens to be one of the greatest screenplay writers of all time. His screenplay for the film Network, whose subject is television, could easily become dated if such a satire was being written by someone of lesser genius. On the contrary, the film is more relevant than ever, and his satiric images of TV are prophetic. I’m not sure of this but I think Chayefsky won more Oscars than any other screenplay writer in history.

    Ralph Adamo on December 9, 2010 at 11:18 pm

      Oops. The Redgrave you were referring to was Lynn Redgrave, as noted above. And I should have written Lynn Redgrave not Vanessa Redgrave in my post. I think my unconscious mixed up the names. I try not to remember unpleasant things, like that Redgrave episode.

      Ralph Adamo on December 9, 2010 at 11:22 pm

Yes… he was. He and Tolkien both wrote Christian allegories. You don’t have to be a Christian to appreciate their literary and cultural significance.

We live in an era in which the Great Ideas and faith no longer matter to jaded cynics… but once upon a time they spoke to most people. And good and evil is one battle that will never end as long as there are opposing sides in this world.

That has always been the truth ever since human civilization arose 5,000 years ago.

NormanF on December 9, 2010 at 6:08 pm

Vanessa Redgrave still alive? Here’s a message for the ignorant *****:
Fly to Saudi Arabia, Iran, Gaza, or any other hideous muslim-run “nation” and walk down a street, any street, unaccompanied by a male and without a rag on your head. Be sure to take all your female like-minded friends with you. You won’t be given a chance to change your mind, which will be quickly and permanetly removed for the capital offence of being a female!

Pamela on December 9, 2010 at 6:15 pm

Liam Neeson is smarter than than all American conservatives put together.

First off, Neesom wasn’t stating as fact that Aslan represents Mohamed, only his personal perspective. Secondly, ‘Aslan’ is Turkish for ‘lion’. So Lewis obviously looked at Arabic culture for his creation of Aslan.

Norman Blitzer on December 9, 2010 at 6:49 pm

    Norman Blitzer…crazed Lefist who is our resident good example of a bad example.

    He’s intellectually dishonest, but it’s fun to see him in high dudgeon these days over “evil right-wingers”.

    Water=wet, sky=blue, Norman Blitzer=bizarro world. You’re fine if you think the exact opposite of him.

    Skunky on December 9, 2010 at 9:39 pm

      I think Normie’s Islamic version would include child brides and a whole bunch of child molestation, since that was what Mo spent alot of his leisure time engaging in.

      Worry01 on December 10, 2010 at 8:24 pm

No Norman Blitzer, Liam is not “smarter” than any conservative. Once again you Liberal Losers don’t get the point. Aslan is NOT Mohammed the pedophile from Islam!

Norm did you NOT READ nor COMPREHEND what the author’s ESTATE said, that CS Lewis would be OUTRAGED. Why couldn’t Liam have said instead, to be inclusive, which is what he clearly wanted to be:

“God as however you believe in him”

“The Great Spirit in the sky”

Both of those things would be inclusive, but to actually talk about the religion of hate, the religion that has been trying to KILL US repeatedly every few months is a slap in the face to Western Civilisation, which was founded upon Christian, not Muslim principles.

Liberalism is a mental disorder on December 9, 2010 at 6:57 pm

Norman Blitzer writes, “Secondly, ‘Aslan’ is Turkish for ‘lion’. So Lewis obviously looked at Arabic culture for his creation of Aslan.”

Not so obvious. Turkey is a Muslim country, but it is not Arabic. Most Turks would be insulted if you called them Arabs.

Raymond in DC on December 9, 2010 at 7:38 pm

    My Turkish is really rusty, but I remember arslan not aslan is the word for lion.

    Jimbo on February 19, 2011 at 7:32 am

Good point. But the days when Turkey was a secular and enlightened country are now drawing to a close.

NormanF on December 9, 2010 at 8:22 pm

Now Turks are Arabs? Did someone just prove my conjecture re liberals and the pretense of erudition?

pat on December 9, 2010 at 9:08 pm

The one rule of hermeneutics that is violated the most is the one that says a scripture cannot mean anything other than what the writer meant for it to say to his intended audience. Scriptures, in any context, can never be properly or rightly interpreted as a matter of personal opinion. To do so will lead to heresy, blasphemy, and garden variety idiotic utterances by uber-wealthy celebrities who are truly blind to their spiritual poverty.
Remember the parable of the narrow gate that Jesus taught in Matthew 7:13-14.
Remember the path that so many souls followed Jim Jones on into the jungles of Guyana.
This is the same Liam Neeson who proudly played the lead role in an autobiography of Alfred Kinsey, the pedophile fraud/freak who disguised his perversion as scientific research, and, um, sowed the seeds if you will, of moral decay of our society and culture.
These celebrities believe they can appear enlightened due to their status in society, especially when they offer commentary on biblical subjects. But an ear that is tuned by, and to, the Spirit of Truth can see right through their sanctimonious self-righteousness and discern a person trapped in a cage of pride and self justification, unaware (most likely by choice) of what is plainly written,

“Though the Lord is on high,
Yet He regards the lowly;
But the proud He knows from afar.”
-Psalm 138:6

I heard someone say that religion cannot rise above the God it worships, and a society cannot rise above its religion. The heathen among us seek to have us abandon the faith of our founding fathers for a false premise of ‘one religion is as good as any, and the superior religion is no religion.’ Why? It’s the same lie that serpent said to Eve in the garden. She believed him, acted on it, and we’ve been in the fight for eternity ever since. They may hate you for your faith, but that’s okay in and of itself, because they really hate G-d first, and they don’t have the courage to admit it.

T. Y. on December 9, 2010 at 10:33 pm

Correctimundo, Debbie. Walter Hooper, trustee of C.S. Lewis’ estate had it right: “Aslan is clearly established from the very beginning of the whole cannon as being a Christ figure. I can’t believe that Liam Neeson is so stupid as not to know.” I suspect that Neeson is a political leftist, and the leftist program is extremely rigid with its followers. And the leftist agenda means anti-Israel, anti-Zionism, pro-Muslim, pro-Palestinian, and anti-American….. yes, anti-American. (Leftists believe that Americans are the bad guys and that the terrorists who attack Americans are really “freedom fighters” and Americans are guilty of transgressions and deserve to be attacked.) So any time a leftist is given an opportunity to be pro-Muslim, he/she is going to take that “opportunity” even if it amounts to total lies.

Ralph Adamo on December 9, 2010 at 11:02 pm

Rubbish! If Aslan were really allegorizing Mohammed then he would force all the female characters in the movie to wear burqas and get clitorectomies!

All the male characters would be Bacha Boys!

CornCoLeo on December 9, 2010 at 11:04 pm

Walter Hooper is an idiot. Neeson starts off by correctly saying that Aslan symbolizes a Christ-figure.

Norman Blitzer on December 10, 2010 at 1:11 am

[Rubbish! If Aslan were really allegorizing Mohammed then he would force all the female characters in the movie to wear burqas and get clitorectomies!]

Mohammed did no such thing!

Norman Blitzer on December 10, 2010 at 1:15 am

    "That is a fair rqeeust, a kind rqeeust, but you answer with ignorance and evil. Is that a nice Christian you are? "THAts jesus speaking in him. satan tried to speak in jesus and jesus told him to do quicky to him what he usally does.John 13:27 And after the soap, then entered Satan into him. Jesus therefore saith unto him, What thou doest, do quickly. jesus enters shamoun and does shamoun what satan did to him (jesus).when jesus verbally abused the pharisees it would have been better for jesus to punch them in the face ,because being punched in the face is less humilating than abused verbally in the public. sam shamoun is getting done quickly by jesus who entered shamoun.

    Philippe on February 4, 2012 at 11:53 pm

I think it’s easy to miss the real point here. Yeah sure Neeson screwed up and is talking a lot of dhimmi liberal gibberish, however it’s not out of some wilful malice on his part, or he thinks Mohammed, being a killer pedophile bigoted “prophet” was thus a noble, wise and good man. He just doesn’t know the facts about Mo, he really thinks Mo was this wise compassionate leader. He just doesn’t know. In other words he is a typical liberal and frankly typical of most conservatives too.

It’s why Western “civilization” is losing the war against Islam and is on the fast track to Doomsville. Neeson is typical of 95% of Westerners, at the very least – that is he is utterly clueless about Islam and Mohammed. So why single him out, how would he know better?

If you are going to target Neeson for being a typical know-nothing Western actor, why not target well 98% of actors, writers, producers, directors etc – because this is the reality. People know less than nothing on Islam, most Republicans likewise.

LITA: Wow, you must not be a regular reader. I target them all the time. And I target Republicans on this, too. RIF – Reading is Fundamental. DS

Larry in Tel Aviv on December 10, 2010 at 4:50 am

    Larry in Tel Aviv:

    I agree with you except on one thing (which you may not know). Debbie DOES target 98% of actors, writers, producers, etc. Neeson is just one of a LONG LINE of liberal Hollywood chumps Debbie has taken issue with.

    I also want to take this opportunity to personally observe that I saw no animosity toward Jews in Neeson’s statement. Given his biological mother’s overt hatred of Jews, I’m reluctant to judge him harshly until I observe similar behavior on his part. To date, I haven’t seen it.

    Deb follows this stuff more than I do so maybe she knows something I don’t.


    TINSC (aka There is NO Santa Claus)

    There is NO Santa Claus on December 10, 2010 at 11:28 am

“Muslim sex slavery ring”

They weren’t Muslim, they were Albanian. Do you even understand the movies that you enjoy?

N: Um, do you even SEE the movies you claim to have seen? The men had crescent & star tattoos on their hands. That’s the symbol of Islam. And guess what the religion of most Albanians today is? Islam. Get a frickin’ clue. And FYI, Muslims were the ones who “bought” Neeson’s daughter in the movie–an Arab sheikh. You can’t be a sheikh unless you are Muslim. DS

Nathan on December 11, 2010 at 5:57 pm

Why you people actually care about this is beyond me. Why is this such a big deal? Acting is a form of art. WRITING is a form of art. ART an infinite amount of interpretations. C.S. Lewis’ books may have been focused on the teaching of Christian beliefs but that doesn’t mean its necessarily the only interpretation there is. I’m in high school and my English teacher made us do a World Religions Project. With that being said, it sounds as if Liam Neelson is a follower of the Baha’i Faith. For those of you that may be unfamiliar with the religion, the main belief of Baha’i is that they accept all religions. You people are making a big deal because he made a reference to Mohammed, it could have been any other religious figure. Some of you guys need to chill. Your incompetence is showing.

Calvin on December 11, 2010 at 9:21 pm

    Calvin, you write as though mentioning that Neeson MIGHT be of the Baha’i faith, implying that this somehow gets him off the hook for his ignorance and absolves him of his leftist point of view. It doesn’t. First, the Baha’i faith considers Abraham, the Buddah, Jesus, and Muhammed to be devine messengers. Muhammed does not belong in the same sentence as Abraham, the Buddah, and Jesus–unless you think that a devine messenger would engage in sexual intercourse with a 6-9 year old. (I know, morality is all relative, Calvin, so we all need to “chill” on this pedophile issue.) Second, when someone is attempting to “interpret” a piece of literture, he/she should honor the clear intentions of the author–not pervert them.

    Ralph Adamo on December 11, 2010 at 11:49 pm

Why anyone expects actors to say anything intelligent (except, of course, when they’re parroting something intelligent someone else wrote for them) is beyond me. And then to be surprised when they open their mouths and show off their total inability to think for themselves … well, that’s beyond me too.

Alex on December 12, 2010 at 9:43 am

Alex, you raise some good points, and it certainly is absurd that so much importance is placed on the political statements of performers. But the fact remains that people do pay attention to what performers do and say in public, and the public attaches importance to their public words. Consequently, performers have a duty to speak responsibly.

When I think of the really great actors–the ones who become the people they play such that I don’t even think of the actor’s real-life personality, those actors interestingly don’t even bother to express their personal political views in public.

Now, my standard of great acting may be a little different that others, but I think that will become clear through some examples. Who’s the better actor: Robert De Niro or Anthony Hopkins? When I apply my standard, Hopkins is the greater actor, because Hopkins IS the person he happens to be playing; whereas De Niro is very good, but I’m always aware that I’m watching De Niro playing some person. Hopkins is clearly more versatile and he is brilliant in virtually every character he plays. Yet, what do we know about Hopkins’ political views, compared with De Niro’s?

Applying my acting standard again, compare Sean Penn to Jack Nicolson. Yes, Penn WAS the character Spicoli in Fast Times at Ridgemont High and he did seem to become the neurotic guitarist in Sweet and Lowdown, but did I believe that he was Willie Stark in All the King’s Men or the murderer in Dean Man Walking? No, I didn’t believe what I was watching. Penn’s acting did not rise to a level of brilliance, and he was merely playing characters. Jack Nicolson, on the other hand, is an entirely different story: bravura performances are turned in from Easy Rider, to One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, The Shining, Chinatown, and so on. Yet, again, what do we really know about Nicholson’s politics. Very little, from his own words, though we might guess from the company he keeps.

You can see this principle at work with other great actors, such as Montgomery Clift, Al Pacino, Kevin Kline, William Hurt, or Leonardo DiCaprio. Absolutely fantastic actors, but we know little about their politics from their public statements. On the other hand, we hear plenty from Tim Robbins, Danny Glover, and Charlie Sheen, neither of whom can reasonably be considered a great actor, though I think they’re fine performers, in spite of their politics.

If an actor wants to go into politics, then fine, he/she can try to emulate the acting career paths of Ronald Reagan or Arnold Schwarzenegger, rather than hanging out with dictators. But that takes hard work, focus, and dedication, and the political-celebrity type actors again display the same lack of total commitment to politics that they do to their own core craft of acting–which is why they will not become great actors.

The difference is that the really great actors believe that their performances should speak for themselves. The really great actors put their egos into their work, and that’s what they want to be known for. And in the end, that’s what they will be known and respected for, while the rest will just become footnotes in acting history.

Ralph Adamo on December 12, 2010 at 4:45 pm

    I just realized after posting my message above, that I didn’t mention any great actresses. The actress who comes to mind as truly great and meeting my standard of excellence as described above is……….. Meryl Streep. I wondered if Meryl Streep would somehow prove my concept wrong, and that she had in fact made political statements. Although I can’t say I’ve done a definitive search, I couldn’t come up with any public statements peddling some political viewpoint. Instead, I see only total commitment to her craft.

    Ralph Adamo on December 12, 2010 at 5:09 pm

True, Aslan is Lion in Turkish, but CS Lewis was making a reference to the lion of Judea, which is another name for Jesus, not Mohammad.
Plus, Turkish is not Arabic, not even close.
I speak both languages…
Mohammad was not a martyr, in fact, he martyred many that stood in his path, including the Jews of Banu-Qurayza, even a woman poet whom recited poetry against him.
Christianity and its philosophy is 180 degrees opposite of Islam, so how is Aslan, is an allegory of Jesus and Mohammad?
Educate yourself before you make comments.

Kurt on February 21, 2011 at 12:25 pm

Hello dear readers,

I just came along this website after seeing a little piece of one of the Narnia movies. I also used to like Liam Neeson as an actor, even as I am a christian. Let me say it clearly, my respect has risen now I read that he is one of the few persons who happen to think for himself and not follow the multitude. Reason with me for just a few minutes. Prince Caspian = prince of the Caspian countries, thus the countries round the Caspian sea. They are all Islamic countries! The lion is a great feature in Islamic believe, just google for it and you will find it for yourself on page 1. Aslan is Turkish for Lion, so the name for Aslan is also from an Islamic country. The creatures half human, half horse are sagitariuses, they are from the astrologic arabic countries. How long must I go on with my proof and this I found just in a few minutes!!!

Henry van der Burgh on December 23, 2011 at 4:45 pm

If any of you had ever read the full biography of Mohammad from muslim view, you will be much surprise of his humble characters. Even Ghandi praise him. And many leader had respect on him. Who are you to badmouth him without even finding the real truth.

Fazril on January 25, 2012 at 8:53 am

One thing is sure: the western bubble of tolerance and freedom of speech blows out at it little tremors: Liam gives his personal perspective on an allegory– should not we take his views on allegorical and metaphysical level. Why do we all collapse into the trap of literalism? No doubt Lewis wanted Aslan to be a Christian allegory of Christ so does not an allegory offers an indefinite network of symbolism. I take Liam’s views as that of re-visionst approach to narratives, discourses and texts.

And one thing more: most of the views on Muhamamd and Islam on this site smacks of bigotry and parochialism. For Muslims Christ is as referable and reverend a figure as Muhamamd. In Quran Christ’s name is mentioned 17 times and Muhammmad’s five times.

Rizwan on January 25, 2012 at 5:55 pm

There is not the faintest shred of evidence that Vanessa Redgrave has any sympathy for al-Qaeda or for Islamic fundamentalism whatsoever. She is/was a member of the Workers’ Revolutionary Party, a small Trotskyist party which would be totally obscure if she didn’t belong to it. It goes with the territory that she is an atheist, anti-capitalist, against American foreign policy and pro-Palestinian. That’s about as close as she gets to being pro-Muslim, which is not very.

MF: HUH????? She paid the bail of an Al-Qaeda terrorist and read Al-Qaeda terrorists’ poems in a reading. Get a clue and read the link on her name. RFI–Reading Is Fundamental. DS

MrFatty on January 25, 2012 at 6:45 pm

WOW. Is this how all Americans think? You say Muslims are racist and anti-semetic, yet when you insult Muslims its okay? I’m not a Muslim, but I do know some. Ive learnt about their religion and saw their book, but nowhere does it have to speak of violence to solve anything. Islam is a peaceful religion, and if you disagree then you dont know the first thing about Islam. I live in Canada, and everywhere I go there are people from different ethnicities and religions. Ive never heard of a religion like the one you have describe. You guys should open up your mind, you think you know what youre talking about, but how could you if you havent read the Koran, or actually talked to a true Muslim.

Julie on January 27, 2012 at 9:04 pm

Debbie> So what that Redgrave is anti semetic? Dont we live in
a country which states ‘freedom of speech’, or are we allowed to
put down every other religion or race because the Jewish are
untouchable? You are an uneducated racist writer, NOT journalist. Go get educated.

Maria Scarano on January 28, 2012 at 1:39 am

You ate quite possibly the stupidest, most ignorant person to be blogging and your advocates are just as pathetic. You spinelessly hiding behind a computer screen regurgitating cliches and spinning unoriginal lies about what you claim to know about muslims and Islam as though it were a cold hard fact. You may think Muhammad ‘taught children hatred and violence’ but you are pathetically and completely off track . Before I converted from
Catholicism to Islam I did my research and Muhammad (pbuh) and his family were the exact reflection of Jesus’ morals and spirit but ignorant fools like you will spend the rest of your hollow pathetic and hate-filled life trying to convince yourself and your moronic followers of the opposite eventhough you speak with no education at all. Who gives a shit how he interprets the book and if he wants to see the bravery of the lion as an example of a glorious character of a wonderful man, muhammad(pbuh). And if Liam neeson has converted to Islam which he may very well have , you can shut the fuck up and respect his right to believe what he wants to believe without being verbally assaulted for it. Not that he knows you, this blog or gives a rats ass about what a militant racist like you has to say.

Hannah on March 8, 2012 at 3:56 am

    You got that right Hannah.

    NMR on May 2, 2012 at 3:43 pm

you talk about Allah and Mohammad and bla bla bla.
just one question please you Zionist woman, who made
Jesus crucified? it was your nation the jews….. wasn’t
that enough for you to understand what your nation is????
and you come talking like innocent…. and still claiming you and your nation is right?

Sam on June 21, 2012 at 8:41 am

I am extremely late to this party, having only just heard of this flap today, primarily because I ignore Hollywood and its vacuous, self-righteous twits.

Having read these books (ALL of them!) as a child, I can say that liam neeson can believe any fool thing that he wants to, BUT HE IS PITIFULLY IGNORANT HERE. He clearly did ABSOLUTELY ZERO HOMEWORK ON THIS ROLE. If the pompous prick had bothered to read the books, particularly “The Horse And His Boy”, and “The Last Battle,” he would have known that Narnians represented Christianity, and their neighbors to the south, the CALORMENES, represented Islam, from their culture, right down to the way they dress. Not only does the series designate a specific islamist culture, but their god has a name: TASH. One has only to read the final book, The Last Battle, where Aslan CLEARLY STATES that he and Tash are OPPOSITES. The Last Battle, chapter 15, read it for yourself. Neeson clearly did NO research on his role. Arrogant, sanctimonious prick. True fans of the series deserve better.

Bob on September 24, 2014 at 1:05 am

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