‘Religion of Peace’ parade cancelled due to violence among participants

A parade to celebrate the “Religion of Peace” following several bombings by militant Muslim factions on Easter Sunday was cancelled due to uncontrolled violence from the parade participants.

“We wanted to showcase the true Islam,” Mohammad al Fazaal, the parade organizer said, “but due to several fights and explosions within the collective, we couldn’t do that.”

Authorities said that the parade received several credible bomb threats from several international Muslim peace groups who took offense at the affiliation with peace.

“We are absolutely a people who are dedicated to peace with everyone who agrees with us and who converts to every one of our specific dictates,” Fazaal said. “Anyone who says otherwise should be very careful!”

The parade was set to include dozens of floats showcasing Muslim contributions to science and mathematics as recently as 1100 years ago.