It was a common sight on early camera phones and email chains. Also, when Arabic words were added to it, our fear factor increased a lot. This fabricated story was exactly as follows:
“This incident, which you can read with caution, took place in Oman. A young girl was listening to music in her room, while her mother was busy reading the Quran aloud. Meanwhile, her mother told her daughter that the music She told her to turn down her voice. Thereupon, the young girl shouted at her mother and asked her to shut up. When the young girl saw that her mother did not listen to her and that she was still reading the Quran aloud, she immediately took our holy book, which was downloaded to guide people, from her mother’s hand and tore it up. The moment the young girl catches fire and starts to burn. Her mother throws a blanket over her to put it out. When she lifts her blanket, she encounters the exemplary view below. The young girl is in a hospital in the Netherlands right now. Her family wants her to be shot and killed. This event is not widely known in the world press for reasons you can imagine. It was not mentioned, but it is widely spoken among people. We tried to get it.”
Actually, this design belongs to a wax sculpture prepared in 2003 as part of Australian artist Patricia Piccinini’s exhibition “Leather Landscape”.
He is one of the leading artists of the hyperrealism movement.
His works have disturbing features.
But he actually wants to bring love forward.
when you read Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein; He is impressed by Frankenstein’s lack of love for the monster he has created.
For this reason, he started to reveal these works, thinking that even monsters should be shown love.
His mother’s diagnosis of cancer when he was 13 years old also influenced his designs.
Because his interest in biology has increased.
The emphasis on motherhood is frequently seen in her works.
Generally, animal-human hybrid creatures come to the fore.
It is not known whether Patricia Piccinini is aware of how much she scared a generation, but fortunately her other works turned into a series with a sequel called “The Dynasty of the Girl Who Tore the Qur’an”. it didn’t go viral and didn’t drag us into more serious traumas.