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Matthew Hoy currently works as a metro page designer at the San Diego Union-Tribune.

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Tuesday, November 04, 2003
The next Primetime Live special: Following up on Monday's special entitled "Jesus, Mary and DaVinci" ABCNews will do a piece entitled "Mohammed, Ahmed and Rushdie."

Though there is no evidence the Prophet Mohammed had a gay lover and the vast majority of Islamic scholars scoff at the idea, ABCNews will spend an hour of prime time on the subject next week.

In a desperate determined effort to boost ratings, ABCNews will feature fanciful theories first presented in a novel which claimed that the founder of the Islamic religion kept a boy-toy. The book claims that the "Sword of the Prophet" referred not to a real, metal sword, but a certain body part of his homosexual lover, Ahmed.

The secret has been kept through the centuries by a group known as the Sheik Yerboutis, of which author Salman Rushdie is rumored to be a member.

Throughout the piece, reporter Elizabeth Vargas will ask hypothetical questions, instead of referencing the facts as they are detailed in the Koran and other historical documents.

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