Posted in Christianity, Jews, Muslims, Ray Hanania, tagged Christians, Israel, Jews, Muslims, Palestinians, Ray Hanania, XXX Barnyard Sex on October 8, 2013 |
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Isn’t that an appropriate title to mention that our old friend Ray Hanania is back in the mix.
Ray wrote an opinion piece for the Saudi Gazette moaning about Muslim mistreatment of Christian Arabs.
Just maybe Ray is capable of recognizing a fact of life that does bite him in the ass.
It must stick in his craw that he has to direct his dissatisfaction somewhere other than Israel/Jews.
He says his wife is Jewish and his son is being raised as a Jew but he puts the word in scare quotes.
Was he bar mitzvahed?
Does he keep kosher?
Does he put on tefillin?
Does he believe in the Jewish tenet that God gave the Land of Israel to the Jews?
A country that he twice mentions in the piece as something that will no longer exist.
The fact that Christians have a more secure and protected existence under Israeli rule than Muslim must drive him up the wall.
Christian Arabs have had a long and virulent history of Jew hating and if they have to suffer under Muslims I won’t lose sleep.
Maybe someday this will serve as an illustration of what the Jews have had to deal with, and Ray will identify as a “Jew by culture” based on the shared experience at the hands of Muslims.
In the meantime he still equates Israel with al-Qaeda and Bashar Assad.
What a dope.
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View all previous TMQ2 posts regarding Ray “The Dope” Hanania.
And these still on our old TMQ web site:
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Posted in C.A.I.R., Islamofascists, Terrorism, tagged Bullies, C.A.I.R., CAIR, Council on American-Islamic Relations, Islamofascists, judge, Muslim Mafia, Palestine, Palestinians, Slapped Down, Terrorist Group, Terrorists on February 16, 2013 |
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Judge rebukes Muslim group’s effort to silence opposition
Council on American-Islamic Relations using courts to stifle enemies
By Art Moore | WND
A federal judge’s rebuke of the controversial Council on American-Islamic Relations supports claims that the Muslim lobby group is abusing the court system in an attempt to silence opposition, says a lawyer for defendants in the case.
Hooper: CAIR’s PR Crybaby
CAIR, which was tied to a major terrorist-financing scheme, “has a long history of filing lawsuits that cost millions of dollars to its victims,” Daniel Horowitz told WND.
CAIR filed suit in 2009 against former federal investigator Dave Gaubatz and his son, Chris Gabatz, after the two carried out an undercover investigation of the Islamic group. The Center for Security Policy in Washington, D.C., and three of its employees were later added to the suit for their part in commissioning a documentary.
Evidence from the investigation was published in the WND Books expose’ “Muslim Mafia: Inside the Secret Underworld That’s Conspiring to Islamize America.” The book documents CAIR’s support of radical jihad, recounting its origin as a front group for the Palestinian terrorist group Hamas and the Muslim Brotherhood, the worldwide movement that has stated its intent to transform the U.S. into a Saudi-style Islamic state. (more…)
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Posted in Muslim Propaganda and Lies, Palestine-Palestinians, Yasir Arafat, Zionist, tagged Israel, Muslim Lies and Propaganda, Palestine, Palestinians, Ryan Bellerose, Zionist on February 6, 2013 |
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A Native and a Zionist
By Ryan Bellerose
I am a Métis from Northern Alberta. My father, Mervin Bellerose, co-authored the Métis Settlements Act of 1989, which was passed by the Alberta legislature in 1990 and cemented our land rights. I founded Canadians For Accountability, a native rights advocacy group, and I am an organizer and participant in the Idle No More movement in Calgary. And I am a Zionist.
Let me tell you why.
I grew up on a Métis colony in what many would say are rough conditions: we had no electricity, running water or telephone. When it rained, the dirt roads that linked us to the highways flooded and we were stranded. I lived in a bunkhouse with my two stepbrothers, while my father and stepmother lived in a small cabin nearby. We raised a garden, hunted and fished, picked berries and made the odd trip to town to buy supplies. My father worked construction and lived in camps for long stretches and I would often stay at relatives’ to escape my stepmother’s abuse. Still, I considered my childhood normal.
My interest in Israel started at a young age. My father gave me a set of Encyclopedia Britannica for my 5th birthday and, from there, a passion for history was born. I would sit and read whenever the weather was bad. In fact, it was a family joke that taking away my books for a few hours was a better way to discipline me than a spanking. One entry that caught my eye was that of Israel’s birth in 1948. It struck me as the ultimate David and Goliath story: Israel, a tiny country that had fought for independence from the British Empire, was forced from its first moments to defend its existence against the combined armies of the Arab world. Israel survived against all odds, and did so in a truly epic story of will and heroism. This story inspired me.
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