January 2009


From July:

3 teens charged in attack by ‘Kosovo gang’ on [Fayetville, Georgia] man

A gang by any other name is still a gang. And in the case of the “Kosovo Gang” from Peachtree City, three arrests have been made after a June 3 attack on an 18-year-old Fayetteville man in a dispute reportedly involving a girlfriend.

The investigation culminated last week with the arrest of 17-year-old Besnik Islami, of Peachtree City, charged with gang activity and battery, and two 16-year-olds, also from Peachtree City, charged with gang activity and simple battery, said Fayetteville Police Chief Steve Heaton.

Additional arrests are pending. The group is known locally as the Kosovo Gang, Heaton said.

Heaton said the June 3 incident occurred following a dispute over the old boyfriend and new boyfriend of a 17-year-old Fayetteville female. A group of 10 to 15 males allegedly affiliated with the Kosovo Gang arrived at the Wyngate Circle residence of a 18-year-old male where they initiated a fight with him and two other males present at the residence, said Heaton.

One of the three males was knocked unconscious and suffered a concussion, and his two friends were beaten, Heaton said. The investigation thus far indicated that Islami might be the new boyfriend, Heaton said. […]

So far in his first week in office, Barack Obama has moved to suspend military trials of terrorists at Guantanamo Bay, succeeding in halting one against a jihadist who “crouched in the rubble waiting for U.S. troops to get close enough so he could take one of them out.”

This past election year, when the masses chanted “Vote or Die,” what that really meant was “Vote to Die.”

Well at least thanks to Obama, Osama bin Laden is probably already dead. From laughing his ass off.

So let the countdown begin: Just 1450 days left until he’s out of office.

The Catalunya government has called off the ceremony marking the International Holocaust Remembrance Day…citing the Israeli offensive in Gaza as the reason.

In other words: How can we celebrate Dead Jew Day while Jews are refusing to drop dead? What’s gotten into them, anyway? They were so much more cooperative last century.

In supplement to this week’s article titled “LEGACY: Condoleezza Rice to Ascendant Islam — ‘Yes, Master!’” — which outlines Rice’s identifying with the Palestinian people and her decision to enter black racial politics her final year in office — I must say that now I’m confused about the photo below.

Was this Erykah Badu expressing solidarity with the Palestinians last January then giving the black power clenched-fist salute — or Condoleezza Rice?:

Incidentally, standing with her and giving the black power salute are Israeli artists, specifically a reggae-soul group called Karolina and Funset. In other words, it’s the usual situation: Jewish worship of blacks who support the Jews’ enemies.

This is of course related to the fact that Jews love Arabs more than they love their own children, and Arabs hate Jews more than they love their own children.

Another example related to all this is the 78% of Jewish votes that went to Obama — whose first international call as president went to Mahmoud Abbas; whose first interview as president went to an Arab network; and whose overriding goal is to reassure the Muslim world in general.

But you see, to a Jew there is no greater accomplishment than getting a black man into the White House. The thinking goes: “Our work is done. It’s OK if the Muslims come kill us now. The important thing is we elected a black man president, and that shows how far the world has come since the Holocaust. So they can kill us now.”

Meanwhile, for some reason Jews think they have more in common with black people than with white people. Unfortunately for them, a lot of black people feel they have more in common with Muslims.

Investigator/blogger Bill Warner recently had an excellent post on American Jews having no appetite for a quarrel:

We Don’t Love the Smell of Napalm in the Morning

I went to an “Israel Solidarity Gathering for Peace” at a local synagogue. The title says it all. This was not a rally, but a gathering. (No, we do not want to get anybody fired up or pumped up.) This was to be a quiet gathering of intelligent, prosperous, and respectful people. From the look in the room there were no people there who could wield a weapon or throw a punch. They don’t even want to know such a person.

Kind people talked about the damage that Israel had sustained over the last eight years. Hamas are bad guys who used women and children for human shields. But there was only one mention of political Islam. One speaker mentioned that “moderate” Muslims have to rein in the “extremist” Muslims. He did not make any mention of how or why this would happen.

They said that the Israelis had bent over backward to avoid trouble. Children came up and talked about how wonderful they found Israel during their visit there. Yada, yada, yada.

“I love the smell of napalm in the morning,” comes from an over-the-top officer in Apocalypse Now. There are people who will run towards a fight and there are those who run from a fight. These people were running from a fight. They do not want to smell victory in the morning. Victory reeks of oppression and these people don’t want to be oppressors. Victim is the comfort zone. They weren’t actually that comfortable with victim, but they were less comfortable with victory and the smell of napalm in the morning. Victim won by default.

In an hour’s time, the word victory was not mentioned. This was a gathering for Peace. The word victory brings up a fight and a fight implies an enemy. And too much talk about an enemy might bring up dreadful questions. Such as: who is the enemy of the Jews? The only acceptable enemies of the Jews are the KKK, neo-Nazis and conservatives. No one else gets a mention.

All of this fits in with a modern day liberal concept of the sacred victim and how the victim is the winner in any social argument. These Jews think that if they plead their victim case everyone will realize that they are the moral winners. Victim is good. Unfortunately, Islam does not share the same ethical code as the Jews. Islam never grieves over its victims.

The last gathering by the Jews was about the torture/slaughter of the Jews in Mumbai. But there was no mention of Mumbai at the Peace Gathering. The reason is simple. There is no connection between Gaza and Mumbai. That is the official dogma. Each event of violence is unrelated to the next event of violence. There is also no connection between the rising Jew hatred around the world and Islam. Jew hatred can be mentioned as long as you don’t mention Islam. Or, if you do mention Islam, you must say that those haters aren’t real Muslims. It seems that every rabbi knows a “nice” Muslim who proves that Islam is good for the Jews. No ideology can be mentioned.

Actually, there was one person in the room who mentioned victory. But he said it as he shuffled out leaning on his cane. He said, “You get peace from fighting. Kill the enemy until they are defeated. Peace will come after victory.” I’ll bet when he was young he knew what “wielding a weapon” meant. But his replacements coming up behind him don’t want victory. They want peace and no enemies. What they will get is no peace and an enemy they refuse to acknowledge.

What makes the situation even more pathetic is that the Jews in attendance at the event Warner describes are actually a notch above many, many other Jews. For they at least are talking about Israel and Hamas and Muslims, however evasively — albeit probably because of current events. My friend Heather has been to a number of meetings over the years for young Jewish professionals, whether the meetings are for networking purposes or for guidance on charitable giving or to discuss world problems. Every time, she reports that there is an 800-pound gorilla in the room. Israel, much less Islam, is never brought up. And often the Jews are just trying to find the next disadvantaged minority to help. Like I always say, it really is a miracle that we lost *only* six million.

Madonna’s life is being threatened by Muslims again.

Via JihadWatch:

Jihadists Want to Behead Madonna

Madonna has urgently beefed up her family’s security after being targeted by Muslim fanatics seeking revenge for Israel’s attacks on Gaza.

One Palestinian terrorist chief has threatened to BEHEAD the superstar who is a dedicated member of the Jewish Kabbalah sect.

Madonna is also desperately worried for the safety of her children Lourdes, 12, Rocco, eight, and adopted David Banda, three.

We can reveal the 50-year-old singer has now…

Got two ruthless Israeli former secret service agents to beef up her security.

Warned her ex-husband Guy Ritchie his home in busy central London is vulnerable to attack when he has the kids.

Told him to MOVE to a more secure pad where the children will be safe.

A source close to the singer said: “Madonna is well known for her Kabbalah faith and support for Israel, having visited the country several times.

“This seems to upset extreme Muslims who forget she respects people of all faiths whether Islamic, Christian or Buddhist. Like anyone else she would like a peaceful end to the problems in Gaza.

“But she is beside herself with worry, not just for her own safety but for that of the children.”

Last week The People uncovered the hatred aimed at Madonna when we infiltrated secret fundamentalist Muslim websites. Our investigator posed as a British extremist to gain entry to the password-protected sites.

On the notorious Islambase site, a Palestinian terror leader says: “If I meet these whores I will have the honor to be the first one to cut the head off Madonna if they will keep spreading their satanic culture against Islam.”…

Does this mean we can expect more anti-Catholic and anti-Republican concerts from Madonna?

I had a dream last week that it was the Muslim holiday Eid ul-adha and at the supermarket I saw people — Muslims and non-Muslims alike — lined up in the foyer between the two sets of sliding doors, with goats, calves and sheep, awaiting their turn to slaughter an animal for the holiday. In other words, supermarkets had created facilities for those wishing to kill their own animals. The thin black carpet was drenched in blood. No sooner did I have the dream than I read that something of this order actually happened in South Africa, where ritual slaughter of animals now goes on in suburban neighborhoods, with residents left to do something about the blood and entrails littering their streets.

One hopes that the animal-slaughtering that ensued in celebration of Obama’s victory is not a foreshadowing.

Meanwhile, last night I had a dream that a public call to prayer over the loudspeaker five times a day had already become a common feature in American suburbs, towns and cities. While it was not yet compulsory for non-Muslims, you weren’t allowed to talk during Muslim prayer time, so as to not disturb the worshipers. In the dream I kept trying to speak at a normal volume on a balcony somewhere that overlooked one of these mosque courtyards, and all the other dhimmis — friends, family members etc — kept shushing me.

But I think we’re at least 10 months away from that.

Quote of the year, from Robert Spencer commenting on the recent NY Times article “Islamic Revival Tests Bosnia’s Secular Cast”:

Bosnia is flooded with Wahhabis and Saudi money, mosques and madrasas are springing up everywhere, women are in hijabs — but no worries. Bosnia is a secular, moderate Muslim country and will stay that way, and you better not dare to take too much notice of its rapid descent into jihadist fanaticism, unless you want to be labeled a neofascist supporter of Serbian genocide!

Such febrile fantasies and frequently libelous charges hurled against critics of the spread of jihadism in the Balkans, even by some who claim to oppose the global jihad, continue to prevent a sober analysis of what is happening there. And they help enable the jihadists to continue their work there unhindered, enjoying even the support of the abysmally clueless State Department.

I’ll excerpt from the International Herald Tribune’s version of the Times article:

As Bosnia revives, so do Muslim faithful

SARAJEVO: As several thousand worshipers streamed into the imposing King Fahd Mosque on a recent Friday, a young man sat outside selling a popular conservative Muslim magazine with President-elect Barack Obama’s image on the cover.

“Hussein, Will Your America Kill Muslims?” the headline asked, using Obama’s middle name, a source of pride for many Muslims here.

More than half a dozen new madrasas, or religious high schools, have been built in recent years, while dozens of mosques have sprouted, including the King Fahd, a sprawling €20 million, or $28 million, complex with a sports and cultural center.

Before the war, fully covered women and men with long beards were almost unheard of. Today, they are commonplace.

Many here welcome the Muslim revival as a healthy assertion of identity in a multiethnic country where Muslims make up close to half of the population. But others warn of a growing culture clash between conservative Islam and Bosnia’s avowed secularism in a fragile state.

Two months ago, men in hoods attacked participants at a gay festival in Sarajevo, dragging some people from vehicles and beating others, while they chanted “Kill the gays!” and “Allahu Akbar!” Eight people were hurt.
Muslim religious leaders complained that the event, which coincided with the holy month of Ramadan, was a provocation. The organizers said they sought to promote minority rights and meant no offense.

In this cosmopolitan capital, where bars have long outnumbered mosques, Muslim religious education was recently introduced in state kindergartens, prompting some secular Muslim parents to complain that the separation between mosque and state was being breached.

In Sarajevo, a predominantly Muslim city, dozens of streets named after communist revolutionaries were renamed after Muslim heroes, and political parties stressing Muslim identity gained large constituencies.

Muharem Bazdulj, deputy editor of the daily Oslobodjenje, the voice of liberal, secular Bosnia, said he feared the growth of Wahhabism…Analysts say Saudi-funded organizations have invested €500 million [700 million dollars] in Bosnia since the war, often in mosquies.

Wahhabism arrived via hundreds of warriors from the Arab world during the war and with Arab humanitarian and charity workers since, though sociologists here stress that most Bosnian Muslims still believe that Islam has no place in public life.

“Children are fasting on Ramadan, going to the mosque more than their parents,” he said. “We had de-Islamification for 40 years during Tito’s time, so it is natural that people are now embracing the freedom to express their religion.”

Some critics of the mufti argue that he has allowed religion to encroach on civic life.

And look here — it takes a half-Serb, half-Muslim wife of a part-Jew, part-Catholic, part-Serb to take on Islam in the Balkans:

Vedrana Pinjo-Neuschul, who comes from a mixed Serb and Muslim household, has led the fight against Islamic classes in state-financed kindergartens across Sarajevo. Parents may remove their children from the religious classes, said Pinjo-Neuschul, whose husband is part Jewish, Catholic and Serb, adding that the policy would stigmatize non-Muslim children.

She recently withdrew her two young children from a public kindergarten and gathered 5,000 signatures against the policy, which has also been criticized by the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe, the Vienna-based group monitoring democracy.

“I do not want to explain to my 14-year-old son, Sven, who is in love with his Muslim classmate Esma, why
they suddenly have to sit in different rooms,” she said at a Jewish community center in Sarajevo. “Nobody has the right to separate them.”

But she says she has been harassed by Islamic radicals on the street and had received hate mail in Arabic. “There are some people who want to turn Bosnia into a Muslim state,” she said.

(NEWSFLASH: It takes until 2009 to figure out what 1992-95 was about.)

…Milorad Dodik, prime minister of Bosnia’s Serb Republic, has referred to Sarajevo as the new “Tehran,” and talks of a “political Islam and a fight against people who don’t share the same vision.”

But Muslim leaders and most Western analysts here counter such assertions, saying they do not correspond to Bosnia’s secular reality and are part of an attempt by Serb nationalists to justify the brutal wartime subjugation of Muslims by both Serbs and Croats.

In case you thought Spencer was exaggerating!

As he closed his item on this: “And stateside, those who oppose the spread of the jihad ideology and Islamic supremacism in the Balkans are similarly tarred — but that doesn’t stop the jihadization of the Balkans.”

In its summary of the NY Times piece, IslamOnline wrote:

Since the country’s 1992-1995 war ended, Bosnia has seen an Islamic revival in an assertion of the country’s identity. Several Islamic schools and mosques have been built in recent years.

Beard-wearing men and hijab-clad women have also become common in the multi-ethnic country. Before the war, beard-wearing men and veiled women were almost unheard of. In the cosmopolitan capital Sarajevo, Islamic education has been introduced in state kindergartens. Dozens of streets named after Communist revolutionaries have also been renamed after Muslim heroes. Political parties stressing Muslim identity have also won big in elections.

Yet guess who STILL feels besieged in Sarajevo. You got it — the Muslims. Why? Because there are still non-Muslims in sight:

The 1995 Dayton peace accord ended the war by splitting Bosnia into two ethnically-based autonomous regions, the Muslim-Croat federation and the Serb Republic.

“We Bosnian Muslims still feel besieged in the city of Sarajevo,” said Ceric.

Besieged. See the last section of this piece for a description of today’s Sarajevo.

First there was this: Sarajevans protest Israeli offensive (AFP, Jan. 8 )

Several hundred Sarajevans protested Thursday against the Israeli offensive in the Gaza Strip, saying it reminded them of their own suffering during Bosnia’s 1992-1995 war.

“Srebrenica 1995 — Gaza 2009″ and “Palestine is another Bosnia,” read some of the banners carried by the protestors who gathered in front of the US embassy in downtown Sarajevo.

The rally was organised by an association gathering survivors of the 1995 Srebrenica massacre of some 8,000 Bosnian Muslim men, the worst atrocity in Europe since World War II.

“We went through a similar situation and we know that nothing can cure the consequences,” Kada Hotic of the Mothers of Srebrenica association told AFP…”The killing of children, hunger and suffering should be stopped, and big powers can do that with a single word. We do sympathise with the mothers in Gaza, but it does not help much,” she stressed.

In contrast, below is the letter from the Bosnian-Serb PM (thanks to Aleksandar in Belgrade for the translation from the Serbian-language site “Vladars.net,” Jan. 17):

Serb Republic Prime Minister Milorad Dodik Sends Letter of Support to Israel

Prime Minister of Serb Republic, Milorad Dodik yesterday sent a letter of support to Israeli President Shimon Peres. Prime Minister Dodik in his letter conveys his understanding of the precarious position of Israel and its citizens, at the same time giving full support to the Israeli effort to ensure security and peace to the Israeli people.

Dodik states in his letter that the Serb Republic (Republika Srpska) does not support anti- Israel demonstrations and gatherings that have been organized in the other part of Bosnia (the Muslim-Croat Federation).

Prime Minister Dodik at the same time expresses his belief that soon a long-term peaceful solution will be found for the conflict in which Israel finds itself.

For speaking in support of Israel, Dodik was reproached by Bosnia’s Muslim-dominated state-run television, as Andy Wilcoxson informs:

Bosnian Serb PM sends letters of support to Israeli president
BBC Monitoring Europe (Political) - January 19, 2009 Monday

Text of report by Bosnia-Hercegovina Federation public TV, on 17 January

[Presenter Sanjin Beciragic]

[Bosnian] Serb Republic premier Milorad Dodik has sent a letter of support to Israeli President Simon Peres, expressing understanding for, as he called it, the difficult position in which Israel and its citizens find themselves. At the same time he expressed his full support for efforts to secure peace and security for the people of Israel. The letter says that the RS [Serb Republic] does not endorse the anti-Israeli protests and events organized in the other part of B-H [Bosnia-Hercegovina], i.e. in the Bosnia-Hercegovina Federation.

Mr Dodik perhaps needs reminding that Israel has killed more than 1,000 civilians in Gaza so far, including 300 children.

Dodik was further condemned by Bosnia’s two main Muslim parties:

Bosnian opposition party condemns Serb PM’s support for Israel
BBC Monitoring Europe (Political) - January 19, 2009 Monday

Text of report by Bosnia-Hercegovina Federation public TV, on 17 January

[Presenter Sanjin Beciragic] The SDP [Social Democratic Party] have reacted [to letter of support by Bosnian Serb Republic PM Milorad Dodik to Israeli President Simon Peres] saying that by justifying the Israeli bombing of Gaza, Milorad Dodik actually justifies the policy of killing innocent civilians pursued in this region by his idols as personified by Radovan Karadzic and Ratko Mladic.

Main Bosnian Muslim party calls Serb PM’s Israel support “moral plunge”
BBC Monitoring Europe (Political) - January 19, 2009 Monday

Text of report by Bosnia-Hercegovina Federation public TV, on 18 January

[Presenter Mersiha Novalic]

The SDA [Party of Democratic Action], too, reacted today to a letter of support sent to the Israeli president by Bosnian Serb Republic Premier Milorad Dodik. They believe that Dodik’s letter represents the ultimate expression of a moral plunge of the inhumane principle running counter to civilization, to which Dodik subscribes, while thousands of civilian victims are still being counted in Gaza. The press release says that these values of Dodik’s cannot and are not shared by any reasonable person, including the Serb people in Bosnia-Hercegovina. Every person naturally distinguishes between good and evil, and even more so [discerns] the principle that innocent people must not be subjected to massive killing for the sake of a political idea, notes the press release.

My fellow Americans, please bear in mind that it is the latter mentality that your government is working to centralize in Bosnia-Hercegovina, by changing the country’s two parts into a single entity, eventually dissolving the Serb half.

On a related note, Nazi hunter Efraim Zuroff, of the Simon Wiesenthal Center in Jerusalem, has just been made an honorary citizen of the city of Novi Sad in Serbia. Today is the last day of a three-day, first-ever major conference to be launched by the center in Serbia on Holocaust history and education. Mr. Zuroff received the honor on Monday.

Zuroff Novi Sad honorary citizen

20 January 2009 | 11:04 | Source: B92, Beta

NOVI SAD — Simon Wiesenthal Jerusalem Center Director Efraim Zuroff has been awarded the title of an honorary citizen of Novi Sad.

The decision to confer the title was taken back in October of last year as a token of gratitude and as recognition of Zuroff’s struggle for justice and truth.

For years, he has led the fight to find and bring Nazi Second World War criminals to justice.

Accepting the title, Zuroff said that the political will to bring these criminals to trial was fading fast, but stressed that Nazi war crimes never expired and that the perpetrators of these crimes had to be brought to account.

“It reestablishes important principles, namely, that the passage of time in no way detracts from the guilt of the perpetrators and that old age should not protect ruthless murderers from bearing the guilt for the heinous crimes they committed,” he added.

Zuroff hopes that this award will carry resonance, particularly in Hungary, where Šandor Kepiro lives, convicted of having been one of those who conceived and executed the so-called Novi Sad raid.

Conferring the title, Novi Sad Mayor Igor Pavličić said that the city assembly had taken the decision to award Zuroff unanimously. […]

As a final point of contrast, a week later, there was this:

Bosnian Muslim authors slam Israel for “denying Bosniak genocide” (BBC Monitoring Europe, Jan. 29)

Text of report by Bosnia-Hercegovina Federation official news agency FENA

Authors Dzemaludin Latic and Fatmir Alispahic today condemned Israel’s denial of the genocide against Bosniaks [Muslims] and other peoples subjected to genocide.

Latic and Alispahic said in a statement for the public that they were “raising their voices in protest against Israeli officials’ attacks on the sanctity of the Bosniak victims, and by extension the Bosniak people who are blamed for inflicting pain and suffering on the Bosnian Serbs from the position of ‘terrorism and extremist fundamentalism’”.

They believe that in his correspondence with [Serb] entity Premier Milorad Dodik Israeli President Shimon Peres brazenly violated the sovereignty of the state of Bosnia-Hercegovina, because he “communicates with someone who does not represent our state, but only an entity which does not carry the attributes of a state”.

They also condemned the insult to all victims of genocide uttered by senior Israeli diplomat Pinhas Avivi, who said that “for his country the Holocaust is the only genocide”.

Latic and Alispahic stressed that the Holocaust was the worst genocide in history, whose dimensions are only comparable to Israel’s genocide against the Palestinians, which has been going on for decades with the support of America and silence of many western and Islamic countries. […]

*****UPDATE*****
Just yesterday the following commentary was published in the Bosnian-Serb daily Glas Srpske, underscoring the contrast between Bosniaks and Serbs vis-a-vis Israel/Jews:

Serb daily questions presence of Hamas people in Bosnia (Text of report by Bosnian Serb state-owned daily Glas Srpske, Jan. 21, BBC Monitoring Europe)

[Commentary by Goran Maunaga: “Hamas and B-H”]

Members of the Hamas terrorist organization, or rather the Islamic Resistance Movement which was set up in the Gaza strip in 1987, took part in the war in Bosnia-Hercegovina as part of the Army of the Republic of Bosnia-Hercegovina. A large number of them stayed behind after the war and are still in Bosnia-Hercegovina.

Several of them took part in anti-Israeli protests in Sarajevo the other day where they were seen chanting “Allahu Akbar [God is great].”

The Serb Republic [RS] does not approve of such protests and it was a good move on the part of RS Prime Minister Milorad Dodik to publicly and officially convey this in a message to Israeli President Shimon Peres.

The basic and what any sensible man would consider as the most important difference between the ideologies and conduct of Israel and Hamas is that Israel is striving for peaceful coexistence with the Palestinians while Hamas’s goal is the destruction of Israel to the last Jew. And if the Palestinians themselves could not restrain the fascist Hamas which had for months been firing rockets at Israeli settlements, then without doubt Israel had no choice but to do it itself.

This is how the 22-day long “Israeli attack on the innocent people of Palestine” is viewed from where I stand.

Still, let us see what should be done with the Hamas members who have settled in Bosnia-Hercegovina, mainly in Sarajevo, and obviously feel at home here. What should be done with those Hamas members who were stripped of Bosnia-Hercegovina citizenship but have not yet been deported because the authorities do not know where they are hiding? There are also Hamas members who are here legally, but the question is what are they doing in this country? And another question: What to do with those Hamas members who had committed war crimes in Bosnia-Hercegovina?

All these questions should be answered by Zlatko Lagumdzija who, in order to atone for his role in the extradition of the Algerian Six to the Americans, has been more vociferous than even Haris Silajdzic in defending “our Palestinian brothers,” in other words Hamas, despite the fact that the majority of Palestinians disown them.

Since, in a desperate attempt to regain votes, Lagumdzija lumped together in the same basket “those who set up Auschwitz and those who attacked Sarajevo and Gaza,” we believe that he owed us an answer to the following question: Who in fact are Hamas and should they really be allowed to achieve their publicly proclaimed goal of destroying Israel to the last Jew?

It recently came out that the sign held by this guy wasn’t a spelling error, but an effort to call for genocide without being accused of hate speech.

As JihadWatch explained:

“Death to all juice”: Calling for genocide with plausible deniability?

When I posted this picture Monday of a Muslim in New York holding a sign saying, “Death to All Juice,” a lot of people took it as the comical error of an illiterate. Jihad Watch commenter Urban Infidel knew better, and wrote this:

The sign is funny, but he’s not kidding. It’s not the work of an illiterate. In fact the sign was probably made by jouseff al-khattab, a member of the Islamic Thinkers Society, or one of his cohorts. [Let’s not dwell on the oxymoronic title “Islamic Thinkers”.]

It is his way of calling for genocide without getting busted for hate speech.

When has a Muslim ever worried about getting busted for hate speech? One guy amid a crowd of thousands who are calling for Jewish annihilation thinks he needs to exercise discretion? Besides, Muslims know the world considers their hate rational.

But if this is the new game, then to hell with it:

Death to all Scarabs!

Back to the JihadWatch item:

Pamela has some of the photos from Revolution Muslim, and here is another. Note the caricature of the Jew straight out of Nazi literature, and the reference to the Qur’an’s designation of the accursed Jews as apes (2:62-65; 5:59-60; 7:166):

The funny part about this photo is that, as usual, the caricature is a spitting image of the guy holding it.

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