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From an ill advised Newsweek cover from the on the Sept. 24th, 2012 issue for featuring of picture (two angry muslim men), the subject (free-speech), and the title (Muslim Rage). Newsweek's overdramatisization of this article cuased the hashtag to be hi-jacked with humorous comments by muslims on Twitter with caption-like comments followed by the phrase "MuslimRage" on Twitter.
Woman in Burqa: "I'm having such a good hair day. No one even knows. #Muslim Rage".

"Lost your kid named Jihad at the airport. Can't yell for him. #MuslimRage".

"Head & Shoulders still hasn't made a beard conditioner. #MuslimRage".

"Memo to those few violent MidEast protesters, this is how you fight Islamophobia. You make fun of it.

by Tenacious Faulker September 18, 2012
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