‘South Park’ creators warned: Poking fun at Muhammed could invite deadly Muslim rage

Michael Sheridan
New York Daily News

The creators of “South Park” better watch their backs.

That’s what a radical Islamic group based in Queens “warned” on their Web site, RevolutionMuslim.com, using violent imagery to express their anger over the depiction of the Prophet Muhammed – hidden in a bear suit – on the 200th episode of the long-running Comedy Central series.

“We have to warn Matt [Stone] and Trey [Parker] that what they are doing is stupid,” a posting on the Web site stated on Tuesday, according to reports.

“They will probably end up like Theo Van Gogh for airing this show,” it noted, referencing the Dutch filmmaker who was murdered in 2004 over a documentary he made that addressed violence against Muslim women.

“This is not a threat, but a warning of the reality of what will likely happen to them,” the statement reportedly concluded.

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