UnNews:Pam Anderson's Playboy donation decried by Muslims
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2 November 2010
LOS ANGELES, California -- Pamela Anderson's plans to donate the nipple rings from her Playboy cover shoot to an Indonesian disaster relief fund have been slammed by hard-line Islamic groups as immoral.
Anderson announced the plans on her own website, saying “I’ve just shot another Playboy cover that will debut in January – sometime next year – for Hugh Hefner, at his request. I adore him, and he just adores me. It’s so cosy over there. I just love it so much. So Playboy and I decided to do this, so we could donate the nipple rings I was wearing from the glamour shoot to Making Waves.”
Pamela Anderson also serves as an honorary chairwoman for People for the Ethical Treatment of Boobies.
But the 'Islamic Pretenders Front' on Monday told Indonesia's Metro TV that the donation to the charity -- which works to bring drinking water to disaster hit zones -- would be "against the law of God" because it was obtained through "immoral acts."
“If she wants to be photographed naked, then she is challenging a bigger disaster to happen in Indonesia. It's haram [forbidden],” Habib Umar Salim, the head of IPF's advisory council said.
The two simple gold rings are estimated to be worth about $80 (14.7 million Indonesian rupees) retail. But anonymous Muslim billionaires are planning to start a bidding war that could potentially bring in millions to the charity.
Anderson's agent was not available for comment. But her agent’s agent said that his client’s client is out to terrorize the Muslim world. He concluded, “So they can see that terrorism is a two way street!”
- Staff "Pam Anderson's Playboy Donation Slammed by Muslim Group As 'Immoral'". Fox News, November 2, 2010