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Hassan

30 Signatures Goal: 100

Over the past couple of weeks, Muhammad Hassan and Davari, WWE Wrestlers, Have had their Jobs in Jeoparody. UPN has forced WWE to remove Muhammad Hassan and Davari from WWE Smackdown! because of the episode of WWE Smackdown! that occured shortly after the Tragic London Bombings, TV News and Papers has said it was Targeting the War on Terror. Some people are real up tight on the War on Terror, You can never win a War on Terror, It is like having a War on Jelousy. It\'s Stupid. I know alot of Soldiers and Innocent people have lost their lifes and I feel so sorry for them but WWE is Sports Entertainment. The Keyword there is Entertainment, It\'s made up Characters and it is there to Entertain fans. Please don;t change the Muhammad Hassan and Davari Characters. We the fans demand them to stay in the WWE and keep their gimmicks. If you agree and want WWE to keep Muhammad Hassan and Davari\'s gimmicks on WWE Television, Please sign this Petition.

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