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Famous Author Declares She Was 'Born Christian,' Then Takes Aim at Rupert Murdoch's 'Growing Jihadist Cancer' Comments

"I'll auto-excommunicate."

NEW YORK (TheBlaze/AP) — J.K. Rowling on Sunday took aim at Rupert Murdoch with some biting words.

The "Harry Potter" author responded sharply to Murdoch's tweet earlier in the week saying that while "Maybe most Moslems peaceful," they must be held responsible for "their growing jihadist cancer" until they destroy it:

Friday's tweet from the News Corp head came two days after the deadly terrorist attack in Paris at the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo. The media mogul also tweeted: "Political correctness makes for denial and hypocrisy."

In response, Rowling posted a tweet attacking Murdoch. She wrote that since she was "born Christian," she would "auto-excommunicate" if Murdoch is her responsibility.

Rowling also mockingly accepted the blame for the Spanish Inquisition and for any violence by Christian fundamentalists.

"Oh, and Jim Bakker," she added, referring to the American televangelist who was jailed for fraud.

Rowling also hopped on an argument that far more Muslims have been killed by "so-called Islamic terrorists" than non-Muslims:

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