Monday, July 27, 2009

"Bruno" Comedian Gets Fatwa From Palestinian Terrorists

"There is no laughter in Islam" - Iran's Ayatollah Khomeini

Sasha Baron Cohen, creator and star of the hit film "Bruno " is on the receiving end of threats from none other than the Al--Aksa Martyr's Brigade.

These are the Fatah terrorists on the payroll of 'moderate' Mahmoud Abbas. Or more correctly, on the payroll of the taxpayers of the EU and the US:

In the film, Bruno, a television journalist interviews Ayman Abu Aita, who is claimed in the movie to be the leader of the Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigades.

Mr Baron Cohen's character implores Mr Abu Aita to capture him, saying, "I want to be famous. I want the best guys in the business to kidnap me. Al-Qaeda is so 2001."

Mr Abu Aita and his associates were angry by his portrayal according to the statement published by the Jerusalem bureau of the World Net Daily.

"We reserve the right to respond in the way we find suitable against this man. The movie was part of a conspiracy against the Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigades," the statement read.

Of course, the fact that Cohen is a Jew has absolutely nothing to do with it.Ri-ight.

I find it fascinating that the Telegraph actually saw fit to use the "t" word, for a change.Although they didn't ID them as part of Fatah...can't let people start questioning all that aid money Abbas and his pals are getting, now can we?

By all means, give them a state. What could go wrong?

1 comment:

B.Poster said...

"Or more corrrectly on the payroll of the taxpayers of the EU and the US." Spot on. I must say, to the best of my knowledge, there have never in the history of the human race, at least during the time humans have organized themselves into nation states, there have never been governments who are stupider than those of the United States or the European Union.

By subsidizing Fatah and other so called Islamic "moderates" America and the EU are actually subsidizing mortal enemies of their countries. By helping to train members of the Palestinians we are actually training mortal enemies. First of all these people are a very potent fighting force even without any help from us. There would seem to be nothing either our people or those of the EU could teach them that they don't already know. By training these people we are revealing our tactics to a mortal enemy which they can incorporate into their own formidable fighting skill. Should it become necessary to fight them we will be at a severe disadvantage. They will be knowledgeable of our fighting tactics and it seems unlikely we will be as knowledgeable of theirs. I don't think this training runs in reverese!! In other words, I think it is higly unlikely that they share their fighting tactics with us. The governments of America and the EU are pathologically insane.

"By all means give them a state. What could go wrong?" You've written much on this. Frankly I'm not sure there is much I can add. Nevertheless a couple of points that I think are salient. 1.)As far as the current plans for a Palestinian state go, Israel would give up land for this state. This would make Israel harder to defend. This would make it much more likley that Israel might need to use nuclear weapons in order to defend itself. If this happened, others may use their nuclear weapons also. Such an action may lead to WWIII. In other words, carving land out of Israel to give to a bitter enemy of Israel would make WWIII a much more likely possibilty. In other words, no informed person who really supports peace would support using the land of Israel for a Palestinian state. 2.)Israel is the primary buffer between the free world and Islamic terrorists. If Israel were to some how dissapear today, the Islamic terrorist assets that are currently deployed against Israel would be deployed elsewhere, probably against the American main land or against Western Europe. By carving a terrorist state out of Israel this buffer would be weakened. This would make it much harder and more costly to defend America and the free world. As such, no informed person who supports fiscal responsibilty could support taking some of Israel's land and forming another Islamic state with it.