With all the discussion on the Paris attack done by ISIS I couldn't help but to think about the one superstar that was canned over terrorist attacks in WWE. That was Muhammed Hassan. In 2005 his character was a Muslim who was uspet with how his people were treated after the 9/11 attacks, a great heel character, even though he wasn't actually an Arab, Davari, his manager was, and Hassan played his role well. This was a great heel character, it wasn't a terrorist, it was a man who was upset over the world treating his religion, which actually spoke a big message. Like why we hate on all Muslims when terrorists and regular Islamic figures are a big distinction? Hassan's character was great, but why did it all flop? Well WWE fucked up and made him look like a terrorist in a feud with the Undertaker, he attacked taker with a bunch of masked dudes, this was aired right after the bus explosion in England done by terrorists, it didn't just ruin Hassan's character by making him a terrorist like heel now, it ruined his career when networks were disgusted by the segment on Smackdown and demanded he get killed off. And he was by the Undertaker at the Great American Bash. My point being if WWE didn't do this and kept Hassan by his original upset with Americans over the way Muslims are treated character, would fans of WWE actually get a better understanding about Muslims and Terrorism? If this Smackdown segment never happened, Hassan's career could've continued, he would talk about that bus explosion how he's upset like everyone else in the world is about that but angry how people believe people like him should be hated for this happening. The Paris attacks just brought Hassan back into my mind again and how WWE fucked him so badly.