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Muslim student who admitted support for Jewish genocide now says, “Death to Israel” UPDATED

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Posted on May 16 2010 8:46 am

This just in from Jihad Watch reader Inexion: the Muslim student at the University of California at San Diego who affirmed her support for the genocide of the Jews has now commented on the controversy on an Internet bulletin board, saying, “Death to Israel”:

The Something Awful Forums > Discussion > Debate & Discussion > Laissez’s Faire > On Monday I confronted David Horowitz Pages (15): 12 3 4 5 Next › Last »Lurker God
Jan 28, 2009
ASK ME ABOUT GETTING OWNED BY DAVID HOROWITZ (AND BEING FOR THE EXTERMINATION OF THE JEWISH RACE LOL)sieg heil ronald mcdonald;;
So earlier on Monday this week David Horowitz came out to speak at University of California San Diego for Israel Apartheid Week. The event was hosted by Young Americans for Freedom, which are your basic, Reagan fellating college republicans. Anyways, it was the usual imperialist, apologetic bullshit that Horowitz spits out in defense of the state of Israel. Later on though he took questions, and just today I found out that someone recorded mine and put it up on youtube:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8fSvyv0urTE

I asked him about some statements he had made about how the MSA had financial connections to “jihadist terrorists”. Of course he couldn’t back his bullshit up, so he just squirmed around and accused me of being a terrorist, lol.

So I figure we could use this thread to discuss how pathetic David and others of his Ilk are for trying to defend one of most oppressive states in modern history. Also, good strategies on how to confront these cowards and show them for the worms they are. Death to Israel.

EDITOR’S UPDATE: Jumanah Imad Albahri is denying authorship of this posting at Something Awful. She directs others to this statement here on a new blog she just created.

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  1. May 16, 2010

    I read this when I saw someone posted it in the comments on the original post concerning her. I also have read her public statement of explanation (not an apology) on the matter. She very clearly shows her true face. I still do not see a condemnation of the Izz ad-Din al-Qassam Brigades in anything she says and in fact believes peace to Islam will only come with the death of Isreal which is not peace. (And even if that happened I doubt they would cease as the hatred of Jews is very clear among those in support of Hamas as Horowitz shows). I still condemn her statements and her support of Hamas, classified by five governments (including the US) as a terriorist organization. When she issues apology for support of the Izz ad-Din al-Qassam Brigades then I MIGHT consider excusing her insensivtive childish if not banal hatred.

    • May 16, 2010

      Cathy, I do condemn all acts of terrorism and all ideologies of anti-Semitism, whether they be by Hamas or Izz-addin Qassam (who I never even heard of before this.) Please read my statement on fortruthforjustice. wordpress.com. And I do apologize if I have offended anyone, I did not feel that an apology belonged on the blog explanation. The fact that I did hurt people with my statement hurts me very much. The official statement that I sent to Fox that has yet to remain aired (to my knowledge) does apologize. It is also being circulated by my university as the official press release. Thank you

      • May 16, 2010

        The only reason you are backtracking now is because you GOT CAUGHT! In a rare moment of non-taqqiya, you advocate mass murder and hatred of the "other". Your explanation is not an apology and it is not acceptable. Neither are YOU!

        • May 16, 2010

          P Nach

          I am a Sunni Muslim. I do not practice "taqqiya" nor do I believe in it. Stop putting words in my mouth. Read my statement–the truth is there. I have no reason to lie.

          • May 16, 2010

            What should we believe: what you said Monday (death to all Jews), yesterday in your non-apology ("I condone Hamas", "I condone Hezbollah"), or today (death to Israel/Israeli Jews)?
            What makes you believe a Sunni Muslim cannot use "taqqiya"? Isn't it easier to condone "taqqiya" than to condone a full-scale Holocaust?

            Do you think any of these statements makes you look like a moderate truth-loving, love-loving or justice-loving person?

            • May 16, 2010

              Mr./Ms. Sceptique,

              I did not write this junk. Some idiot somewhere decided to make a name for himself and issue a statement that I had no knowledge of. I don't even know the guy. This post is fake, and even though Mr. Swindle has been informed, he has yet to remove it for the yellow journalism that it is–thus engaging in behavior that is potentially illegal. This is the truth: fortruthforjustice.wordpress.com. Stop paraphrasing. My statement can stand on its own.

              As far as my non-apology, I do not need to apologize on the blog. It is people like you that are blowing this out of proportion. If you want an apology though, I'll give it to you: I am sorry that you are so ignorant and so easily fooled by people like David Swindle and David Horowitz. If anyone deserves an apology, its me. And it should come from Mr. Swindle and Mr. Horowitz for scandalizing and sensationalizing this. They should also apologize to everyone who has been reading this too, for misleading you all.

              As far as condoning a fullscale Holocaust–get real. I didn't. I said I didn't in my statement and I'll say it again.

              And enough with the taqqiya, you sound ridiculous.

              • May 16, 2010

                Hoping for a one-woman hudna so you can regroup, huh?

              • May 16, 2010

                "I am sorry that you are so ignorant"
                Are you saying that you consider yourself more intelligent than I am, not even knowing me? Or is it just your way to apologize?

                " If anyone deserves an apology, its me."
                Really, are you that deluded?

                "And it should come from Mr. Swindle and Mr. Horowitz for scandalizing and sensationalizing this."
                You have to understand, that we, in the West (I know you're American, I'm just being slightly sarcastic, as you were with the "Hitler Youth"), are not used to such displays of hate in public. Maybe it is the usual thing in your UCSD MSA meetings, I don't know and hope not, but you were aware that it wasn't that kind of hate meeting. Or weren't you?
                Therefore, and if you think it is not something exceptional, I think you are totally mistaken. Your achievement is likely to be seen by million(s), on its own 'merits' and not because of Mr. Swindle or Mr. Horowitz.

                'As far as condoning a fullscale Holocaust–get real. I didn't.'
                Yes you did, Miss. Do you want neek the link to the video proof?

                "And enough with the taqqiya, you sound ridiculous."
                You sound very unpolite, but we know that, since last Monday. Taqqiya has been the basis of the Middle East politics, Sunni or Shia, for the last 25 years. I must say I have seen better examples than your non-apology piece. Lack of training, I guess.

          • May 16, 2010

            The truth for you is an insult to me. Your koran is a miserable book of hatred and you displayed it in all its hatred. I have said it before and I will say it again the more devout the muslim the more he is my enemy.
            You need to read the Hamas Charter and that should be all the education about hamas you will ever need.

      • May 16, 2010

        Thank you for your response. I am very glad to see a statement condemning all acts of terrorism and all ideologies of anti-Semitism by Hamas. I hope to see this statement circulated far and wide.

        You have succeeded in softening my view of you.

        • May 16, 2010

          This is a response I just wrote to a friend who saw this comment I made and reacted with shock, saying "You didn't write this, did you?"

          "Yes, I did. I am still condemning her statements and am buying into nothing. She made a statement to me that she condemned the terrorism and anti-Semitism of Hamas and I accepted it for what it was, a statement. Would I have liked to have seen her do that when Horowitz originally asked her to condemn Hamas? Of course. Am I skeptical that she is doing it now and not in the beginning when first asked? Yes. But if she is willing to apologize and make a statement now condemning Hamas, my fight is no longer with her. She is a college student. I am probably at least 15 years older then her. She has much to learn and I'm sure this experience is a learning one for her, even if it is just learning that I for one will not tolerate anti-Semitic, terroristic, hateful ignorance and allow it to be opening spoken."

          • May 17, 2010

            I take it back. The girl has serious issues as pointed out by her playing games with David Swindle.

            My view of you, Jumanah, has once again hardened. The ego you must have to confront Mr. Horowitz and then start playing games with NRB is just sickening. You are not as smart as you think you are. You are a child who is playing childish games and I pass you off a such. You would have done better to just fade away but now you will just make things worse for yourself.

        • May 16, 2010

          Jumanah Imad Albahri:
          "In addition, Mr. Horowitz asked me to condemn Hamas as a genocidal organization; which to my limited knowledge on the subject, is another unsupported claim made by Mr. Horowitz."

          Hamas Charter athttp://avalon.law.yale.edu/20th_century/hamas.asp :
          The Prophet, Allah bless him and grant him salvation, has said:
          "The Day of Judgement will not come about until Moslems fight the Jews (killing the Jews), when the Jew will hide behind stones and trees. The stones and trees will say O Moslems, O Abdulla, there is a Jew behind me, come and kill him. Only the Gharkad tree, (evidently a certain kind of tree) would not do that because it is one of the trees of the Jews."

          The reading of the full Charter is an experienve everyone should make. It gives a clear feeling of the lunatics that created it.

      • May 17, 2010

        Look you child, you will either turn from the evil into which you have immersed yourself and live a healthy quality life or you will continue along your path of hatred toward the Jews and live in misery for your entire short life..

        Going thru life as a stupid uneducated harpy being used by other idiots for their own agenda is a sure way to a lifetime of misery.

        Do yourself a favor and make amends for your Nazi-copying ways by spending a year helping a Jewish charity or the people of Israel who contend daily with living a meaningful lives under the constant threat to their children and loved ones by your heroes, the killers Hamas and Hezbollah.

        Anything else is simply blather in hopes of continuing your racist anti-semite Aryan Nation hatred.

      • May 17, 2010

        You never heard of Izz-addin Qassam, but you support Hamas. You never before heard of Izz-addin Qassam, but you support Hamas! Well, how ignorant can you be of what you are supporting, Jumanah? I mean, what does that say about you, about your (at best) irresponsible behavior and political stands?

        Please *investigate thoroughly* the groups you want to support. Because the fact is that you are supporting terrorists who delight in the murder of civilians, and who advocate genocide:

        1. That's right in the Hamas Covenant, Ch. 8,
        2. and then you have the quotation from Hezbollah that Horowitz cited.
        3. And you are a member of the MSA, and you live in Southern California, so are you not aware of THIS?:

        Friday, August 22, 2008
        University of Southern California provost orders USC-MSA to remove genocidal hadith from website on campus' internet server.

  2. May 16, 2010

    if only we could drag her in front of one of those super duper human rights commissions that i would bet my life she supports.

  3. May 16, 2010

    This is a pretty typical post-rational commentary. She asks David Horowitz to prove there is a connection the Muslim Students Organization and organized terrorism. She speaks in the name of the MSA, and in so doing demonstrates–with no apparent sense of irony on her part–that the connection is as plain as day.

    People like this are something less than human, in my view. They have surrendered their moral and intellectual autonomy in favor of an automoton-like adherence to political rhetoric without actual content.

    • May 16, 2010

      Mr. Cooper, I am a human. I am not an automoton, and I'm sorry you have that opinion of me. Please read my explanation at fortruthforjustice.wordpress.com

      • May 17, 2010

        You are human, granted. But sometimes, fortunately quite rarely, I am not so happy to be one of them. That happened a week ago when I saw your video performance. You are an unrepentent shame for Humanity. I am a freedom of speech lover. But when I see your misuses of it, I wish there was a limit and that thought is especially sad.

  4. May 16, 2010

    Actually Mr.Swindle, I didn't write that. I wrote this: fortruthforjustice.wordpress.com. Perhaps you would like to hear my actual opinion on things, and not LurkerGod's.

    Also Mr. Swindle, I would like to apologize for any distress this has caused you. It was never my intent to offend you or any anyone else for that matter.

    • May 16, 2010

      I'm sorry sweetie. While you may be trying to drive people to your blog, I'm afraid it's not going to work. You have already shown your true face. Can't unring that bell. Your statements are not a matter of opinion, they are proof that you are both uneducated and immoral. You thought it would be "cool" and "clever" to confront David Horowitz, who is both educated and moral, I might add, and you got owned.

      You want to apologize? Publicly give a large donation to a Jewish charity. Or do some volunteer work for one. That might work.

    • May 16, 2010

      When I saw the video of you… in the end saying, resoundingly "FOR IT!" I was utterly shocked. Shocked in part because I am a UCSD alumni and never was there that kind of open Israel-hatred expressed… even at the "Che Cafe" where I often hung out.

      I have carefully read your written response twice now. It was very well written. The only problem is that I simply do not believe it as it doesn't jive with what I saw. You claim (and I'm paraphrasing) to have been in a sort of a "daze" at the end and answered "for it" to a question which had been posed already far earlier. The problem is, you hold yourself very well! You speak very well. You enunciate your ideas very well. IN short, you are clearly educated and you were NOT "thrown off guard" by David Horowitz' question at the end of being "for it, or against it?" — you had perfect poise and you leaned in to the microphone after a brief pause and didn't mutter, or fumble, but rather clearly, and in a loud voice exclaimed "FOR IT." You were not confused at the time, but clear voiced and clear-headed.

      In your letter you should have simply said, I made a mistake and I apologize. I've been misled.

      But I think you will do well for your cause here in the USA. Of course, if you were to visit Saudi Arabia, you wouldn't be able to drive anywhere, and if you took a Christian friend with you, and that friend pulled out a necklace with a cross, she could be arrested and even beheaded. You would not be able to walk unescorted without a male. And it would be safer if you covered your entire face (depending exactly on which part of the country you were in). There, you would not have the great career ahead of you that you potentially have here in the USA because women are simply not listened to in a serious manner. They are meant to serve their husbands quietly and obediently. To cook and to clean. And if you're not aware of this, you're not aware of the country which surrounds the 2 most holy places of your religion: Mecca and Medina.

      But I suspect you are aware of the freedoms which exist here that allow you to "mix and match" various aspects of Islam — where on the one hand you can drive wherever you want, hold hands with a man before you are married, speak and be listened to for your ideas… and on the other hand, in the country of Muhammad (PBUH) himself, you would be automatically a second-class citizen whose views would be of interest to nobody.

      I truly feel sorry for the women of Saudi Arabia. If you REALLY want to work for a righteous cause, consider "cleaning up your own house first" as they say. That is, consider working for the rights of women, sister Muslimahs, in Saudi Arabia! They NEED your help. An eloquent women such as yourself could be of REAL USE to them and their cause. This is a much more difficult thing to do isn't it… because already in this country, organizations like the MSA and the MSU have had their "agendas" effectively taken over… dictated to be "anti-Israel" 24/7. Why, I wonder, does the MSA and the MSU not address themselves to the cause of Womens' rights in Saudi Arabia, where, again, a woman of your education and ability to speak could do real good!? I think the answer is that many of your friends in these organizations — especially the males, would become very angry with you for diverging from the "cause" (attack Israel).

      Why not show your TRUE bravery and help your sisters in Saudi Arabia?! Answer me that instead of apologizing. I would be the first to donate to your new organization.

      • May 17, 2010

        Jumanah Imad Albahri,

        You need to seriously consider what this commenter is saying. There is very deep truth here. I also encourage you, challenge you even, to fight for the rights of Muslim women. I would rejoice to see more Muslims speaking out against the injustices among their own people and fighting for the rights of their sisters. There are many American women who would be there along side you, fighting with you.

        There is much good you could accomplish in this goal.

        • May 19, 2010

          You still don't understand the type of person you are talking to.
          She just said she approved of hunting down all the Jewish people.
          There is no "good" she can accomplish after having sacrificed her humanity.

  5. May 16, 2010

    i'm afraid i don't believe you-you are ok with exteerminating an entire race and country-israel-you are a racist,hateful individual who is hiding behind the words of truth,,justice etc -if yo truly wanted to bring about justice then why not help women of the muslim faith who are being subjected to being beaten and raped by their husbands? or children who ar not loved by their families but are given over to jihad-death instead of life-islam is not a religion of peace-islam is the reason for so many of the murders happening all over the world

  6. May 16, 2010

    Ah, pass the blame. It’s not you who were misunderstood and it’s all his fault. Gotcha. Supporting Hamas is bad enough, mind you.

  7. May 16, 2010

    "…I refused to offer Mr. Horowitz a blanket condemnation of Hamas that night. I felt that doing so would be a blanket condemnation of the Palestinian cause. I refused to throw the baby (the inalienable rights of the Palestinian people) out with the bathwater (Hamas.)" So wrote Ms. Albahri. Now let's change this a bit since the Palestinians and their supporters are so fond of using the Nazi analogy, and replace the word Hamas with "the Gestapo," and the word "Palestinian" with "Nazi." Let's also replace "Palestinians with "German." I think now Ms. Albahri's position is fairly clear.

    Her statements that she does not condone murder, genocide, or racism are window dressing, taquiyya, or she is clueless, and has no idea of the implications of her own beliefs. There is so much faulty reasoning in her "apology" that one scarcely knows where to begin dissecting it. Wow, the universities sure do teach their students well, don't they?

  8. May 16, 2010

    The lady is obviously mentally ill.

  9. May 16, 2010

    UCSD MSA should fire such an officer who certainly misrepresents the opinion of the vast majority of its members. Failing to do so would convince everyone that the words of hate pronounced last Monday are considered routine in UCSD MSA and perhaps other MSAs.
    And in this case, whatever money these hatemongers got for their hate crusade, it is way too much.

  10. May 16, 2010

    She has more of a problem with Israel then the very people who have actually killed and repressed more Muslims than anyone else; fellow Muslims. The minds of these fanatics have been so poisoned, they have lost touched with reality. Maybe the university she goes to should have her finish her college work in Taliban controlled Afghanistan/Pakistan and lets see how long it takes for her to understand who are the real oppressors, Radical Islam in a cancer on this earth. When will the true believers of Islam live in peace with the rest of the world? From the looks of it, not until after a great many more people are killed, Christian, Jew, Muslim, Hindu and non believers alike.

  11. May 16, 2010

    This time, when she says "Death to Israel", does she means the country – showing that she does not adhere to the moderate "two countries for two people" statement – or the country AND the people – a statement of genocide again? It's worth, asking considering her previous answers at the UCSD meeting.

    Another comment: Izz ad-Din al-Qassam Brigades are the military wing of Hamas, hence those who perform the terror attacks on Israeli civilians. I wonder how someone who pretends to know the situation in the Middle East can ignore that name and to what terror organization it refers.

    • May 16, 2010

      Sceptique,

      I did not say Death to Israel. The article is a lie. Those are not my words, these are: fortruthforjustice.wordpress.com

      • May 16, 2010

        "I could no longer contain my anger at being implicitly and improperly labeled a terrorist, an anti-Semite, and a proponent of genocide."
        This was not the correct sequence of events: you were not labeled anything. You labeled yourself a terrorist-supporter by stating that your answer would have you risk arrest.
        Then Mr. Horowitz gave you another chance to condemn a genocidal statement by Hezbollah chief. There was no other question to confuse it with and you answered it very clearly, although you apparently considered lying about it (from the time it took you to answer). But for whatever reason, you chose to speak the truth where an average Westerner would have lied.
        But don't blame Mr. Horowitz: he gave you a chance to lie. In a way, I understand the double-bind in which you were: tell the truth and be blamed by others or lie and loose some self-esteem. The solution is simple: abandon your hate. But that requires much more courage.

  12. May 16, 2010

    We all know the meaning of Koranic 'justice' and 'truth'. Sunni's not practicing taqqiya? That's taqqiya in itself. I'm afraid the cat is well out of the bag for this young lady.

    Also note the change in stance from beligerence to apology in her comments here. First up, blowhard, next when the argument gets too hot a subtle back off.

    An easy way of proving her culpability for the comment ending with, 'death to israel' is to contact the blog it was posted on then backtrack the email to its source computer.

  13. May 16, 2010

    Stupid towelhead.

  14. May 16, 2010

    Jumanah Imad Albahri, we're completely stocked up with horseshit.

    You might want to peddle your doublespeak somewhere else, where they might buy it.

    Typical lying taqiyaa

    sanwin

  15. May 17, 2010

    This is the link to The Charter of Hamas. Please read it and then tell us you support Hamas. http://www.mideastweb.org/hamashistory.htm

  16. May 17, 2010

    Those of you who are condemning Muslims simply because of the religion need to remember Mr. Horowitz words, "there are good Muslims and there are bad Muslims". A blanket condemnation of all Muslims is improper racial hatred. Just as a blanket condemnation of all Jews because of their religion is improper racial hatred.

    • May 17, 2010

      Uh, how is condemning Muslims, or members of any religion, a RACIAL thing? A religion is a RELIGION, not a RACE. Get it right.

      • May 17, 2010

        FINE! A blanket condemnation of all Arab Muslims is improper racial hatred!

        Again, "there are good Muslims and there are bad Muslims" Don't miss the friggin' point!

    • May 17, 2010

      When rationality and common sense is replaced by religious faith that is mental illness and must be scorned. People who extract their identity from their religion are called fundamentalists. Mostly they are harmless: bible-beating Christians to whom Jesus directly speaks; orthodox Jews who parse every minute part of life according to the Torah; and, yes, Muslims who speak only of whether this or that is "un-Islamic" . Fine and dandy for them, but when these defects in thinking veer to supporting violence, or cross the line to commission of murder, yeah, we have a place where they need to be: a hospital for the criminally insane. Sorry but that's it. Religion is a mental disease. See the web-sitehttp://www.thereligionofpeace.com/. That is not they way to get respect.

      • May 17, 2010

        Religion is a mental disease? Yeah, ok. I won't be reading your comments anymore. You just insulted anyone who is even slightly religious.

        I'm gonna stop posting here now because I can not stand debating with those who it is pointless to debate with. My comment of Horowitz words, 'there are good Muslims and there are bad Muslims" will hopeful fall heavy on some who are so ready to condemn anyone who claims to be a Muslim. Obviously not you.

  17. May 17, 2010

    Is there any important truth about Islam that the American people did not have presented to them on 09/11/2001?

    Some learned, others did not.

    Which are you?

  18. May 17, 2010

    It's really very simple. She was asked if she agreed with the Hamas hope of getting all the world's Jews in one place so they wouldn't have to be hunted down around the world. She give it a moment of thought, and then said simply, clearly, distinctly, "For it." She took a little time to reflect, so we can be confident that she spoke what was in her heart—when she didn't expect her words to be so widely heard.

    She said those two words quietly, as though somewhere deep inside there's a sense that the wishes of her heart are profoundly evil. But she had to answer according to what her religion teaches, which is that all Jews must be killed. That's why "Palestinians" will go back to Israeli hospitals and kill the people who saved their lives. It's the hatred they've imbibed since infancy—the hatred that Mohammed started.

    "For it" is her truthful answer. Now she's doing damage control. If she doesn't want to be perceived as a supporter of terrorism, she might begin by getting rid of the Arafat terror scarf. It's a giveaway.

  19. May 17, 2010

    Our Judeo/Christian civilization was built by and is maintained by the doctrine of "Truth and Love are bigger than Lies and Hate." Islam was built by and is maintained by "Lies and Hate". Islam has destroyed every civilization it has conquered by Hate and is now trying to destroy the West using Lies, subversion, infiltration, immigration and any other means of Hate. You, muslim woman, along with the muslim brotherhood, are exposed. For the moment, the suppression of truth by At. Gn Holder and Obama will protect you. But the foundations of islam are in shifting sands, the winds of truth are exposing islam for what it is, a totalitarian cult of intolerance, supremicism with an agenda of murder, slavery, subjugation and oppression. Freedom of speech is your enemy, it will destroy islam.

  20. May 17, 2010

    Oh my heavens. Please, isn't there a Hitler Week summer camp to organize? Go to it and leave the rest of humanity in peace. Brainwash your children back in the Middle East, but just go.

  21. May 17, 2010

    She is back peddling now so she can continue to spew her hatred of Israel and America after.

  22. May 17, 2010

    The MSA (West)–formerly the USC MSA–is my go to source for Qur’an, Hadith, and accurate information about Islam.
    http://www.msawest.net/
    http://www.msawest.net/islam/

    In particular, I’m quite impressed with their ‘Misconceptions About Islam’ section.
    http://www.msawest.net/islam/notislam/misconceptions.html

    One of my favorite passages there:

    “Islam is the name of a way of life which the Creator wants us to follow. We avoid the word religion because in many non-Islamic societies, there is a separation of “religion and state.” This separation is not recognized at all in Islam: the Creator is very much concerned with all that we do, including the political, social, economic, and other aspects of our society. Hence, Islam is a complete way of life.

    Knowing how truly misogynistic your chosen ‘way of life’ really is, how very antithetical it is to democracy, and how unquestionably incompatible it is with the U.S. Constitution, there is no doubt in my mind that Islam has no legitimate place in this country.

    How do you rationalize to your fellow Americans the amputation of a thief’s hand–today– or the murder of an apostate, or any of the other aspects of Islamic law that Westerners find so abhorrent, and the Islamic intolerance, and even hatred, of Christianity and especially of Judaism?

  23. May 17, 2010

    Hopefully, some enterprising young Americans will get a hold of Jumanah Imad Albahri and bathe her in pig;s blood a la CARRIE, videotape the event, and post it on YouTube. I've always wanted to see if witches really melt…

  24. May 17, 2010

    Jumanah:

    You now apparently are arguing that you said the notorious 'For it", meaning you were for Hamas, whereas Horowitz himself had gone on to quote the Hezbollah statement allegedly looking forward to genocide of the Jews, and then had asked you "for it or against it?", to which, you assert, you said "For it", meaning you were for Hamas.

    Anyone who watches the video can see this is not the case.. Horowitz quotes the Hezb statement very loudly and very dramatically; it is impossible, Jumanah, that youi did not "not hear it". He then asks you, after hs loud and dramatic quote from Hezbollah–again very loudly and dramatically– "For it or against it?" After a moment of thought you answer the exact question he asked: you lean forward to the mike and you say "For it."

    I'm afraid you apper to be covering your tracks. Maybe it was simply a moment of bravado on your part–or it was the truth. I don't know. But your current statement on this is very hard to believe.

    You say now that didn't know about the explicit terrorist wing of Hamas–but you wear Hamas insignia? Well, at best that is pretty ignorant, Jumanah. You are also wrong about Muslims not supporting the Nazis because the Nazis were anti-semites so they were anti-Arab. The Nazis specifically and loudly and publicly excluded Arabs from their anti-semitic ideology, starting with the 1936 Olympics. The transcripts of al-Hajj al-Amin al-Husseini, the Mufti of Jerusalem, broadcasting from Berlin total 3,000 pages. He was a friend of Hitler's and an employee of Himmler of the SS. He was instrumental in the deportation of Jewish children to Auschwitz. He raised an SS Division of Muslim troops to boot, who committed dreadful atrocities in the Balkans. And looking back in the 1950s, he defended what he'd done–unlike most ex-Nazis. AND after all this, Husseini was and is viewed as a hero in the Muslim world, and especially by the Palestinians–and especially Hamas.

    So Jumanah, you are also blissfully ignorant of history. Whether your statement to Horowitz indicates you are also a genocidal racist or just carried away–from you attempts to mollify people, I don't know. But what you say now occurred is not what the video seems to show.

  25. May 17, 2010

    As has been pointed out many times, the internet has changed everything. Now everybody's in the room, as they say. Everybody will always be able to find this video on the Internet. Her pathetic attempts to backpedal aren't going to change that.

  26. May 17, 2010

    Heather, you are right, there are good people who call themselves Muslims. There are also bad people who call themselves Christian. But there is no good "Islam". Christianity teaches love, truth, peace and freedom. Islam teaches violence and hatred. A religion must be understood by the teachings of its founder, not the actions of people who claim to be its adherents. Anyone can say they are a Christian or a Muslim. That doesn't mean they are. Some Muslims simply don't follow the teachings of the man they claim is their prophet. I dont' blame them. What thinking person would obey the teachings of someone who delighted in the beheading of over 700 Jews, raped the wives of men who had just been killed on the battle field, wanted apostates to be killed, married a 6 year old girl and encouraged the destruction of the Jewish people who he taught were the descendants of pigs and apes?

  27. May 17, 2010

    Has she yet condemned the near-ceaseless Muslim rocket attacks on Israeli civilians? If not, why not? Has she condemned the stated position of Hamas that Israel does not really exist and should be wiped from the map? If not, why not? Has she addressed the Islamic teaching that that the last day shall not come before the Muslims have fought the Jews and slain them? If not, why not?

    I mean, if she's now all sensitive and misunderstood and all…

  28. May 17, 2010

    Jumanah, you say never heard of Izz-addin Qassam, but you support Hamas. You never before heard of Izz-addin Qassam before this, but you support Hamas! Well, how ignorant can you be of what you are supporting, Jumanah? I mean, what does that say about you, about your (at best) irresponsible behavior and political stands?

    Please *investigate thoroughly* the groups you want to support. Because the fact is that you are supporting terrorists who delight in the murder of civilians, and who advocate genocide:

    1. That's right in the Hamas Covenant, Ch. 8,
    2. and then you have the quotation from Hezbollah that Horowitz cited.
    3. And you are a member of the Muslim Student Association, and you live in Southern California, so are you not aware of THIS?:

    Friday, August 22, 2008
    University of Southern California provost orders USC-MSA to remove genocidal hadith from website on campus' internet server.

    If you're actually a peace-loving person, what are you DOING with these people?

  29. May 17, 2010

    We saw you, we heard you. Everyone knows who and what you are. I'm sure it has been uncomfortable for you on campus with your vicious racism and hatred exposed to all. Your 'apology' was quite funny. Blame others, blame others, blame others. You have exposed yourself and it will be interesting as you go through your life when you try to get a job, or date, or have children, how the video of your hate and support for terrorism will haunt you.

  30. May 17, 2010

    Well, she made the Glenn Beck show and next, a call from Michelle Obama about her eating habits is forthcoming.

  31. May 18, 2010

    as arab american i condemn miss albahri, she is a coward bigot, she should be thrown out of this country back to GAZA strip or back to some caves in AFGHANISTAN, iam a proud supporter of the state of israel in its struggle against the evil forces of iran,syria,hamas,and hezbollah

  32. May 19, 2010

    "I could no longer contain my anger at being implicitly and improperly labeled a terrorist, an anti-Semite, and a proponent of genocide."
    This was not the correct sequence of events: you were not labeled anything. You labeled yourself a terrorist-supporter by stating that your answer would have you risk arrest.
    Then Mr. Horowitz gave you another chance to condemn a genocidal statement by Hezbollah chief. There was no other question to confuse it with and you answered it very clearly, although you apparently considered lying about it (from the time it took you to answer). But for whatever reason, you chose to speak the truth where an average Westerner would have lied.
    But don't blame Mr. Horowitz: he gave you a chance to lie. In a way, I understand the double-bind in which you were: tell the truth and be blamed by others or lie and loose some self-esteem. The solution is simple: abandon your hate. But that requires much more courage.

  33. May 19, 2010

    Can’t believe you actually quoted Something Awful as a source. What’s next, 4chan? At least they had Dio’s death reported 8 hours before the press did.

  34. May 20, 2010

    Interesting to see that anti-Semitism runs in the Al Bahri family… See: http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/jsource/anti-
    " speeches were heard by various lecturers, including prominent anti-Semites like Imad Al-Bahri, a former member of the council of the Islamic Center of San Diego. In his speech he maintained that it was not important how they called themselves – Jews, Israelis or Zionists – they were all the same. Al-Bahri also claimed that 'the solution to the Palestinian problem is for Jews to pack their bags, leave their homes and return to New York, where they came from in the first place'."

    Charming guy!

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