Monthly Archives: May 2009

Reposted: Have You Killed a Palestinian Today?

1. In the good old days when the Summer and Winter Olympics were hosted in some really odd country, Canada for some reason comes to mind, the hosts used to be able to introduce their own sport to the smorgasbord of increasingly ridiculous sporting events that are the fruit of the “Olympic Movement” as the rich like to call it. So, maybe the Canadians would have introduced curling but they were beaten to this by the French in 1924. Anyway, a host country could push to have one of its sports as a “demonstration sport” to further the sport’s popularity.

Embracing the universalist elitism of the “Olympic Movement” and keeping in step with the mores of globalism, the tuyuur here at Mantiq al-Tayr very much hope that the Olympics will soon be hosted by Israel or by its satellite country, The United States of America. If the games are hosted in the US, then we recommend that waterboarding be introduced as a demonstration sport.  In fact, recent events have provided excellent victims to be publically waterboarded by Israeli-trained CIA contractors and the winner would be the one who gets the most outrageous confession from these four morons who were set up by the FBI. (While Rosen and Weissman get off. Oh, and where the hell is Edward Mosberg? An email from Mantiq al-Tayr to the author of the article sent two days ago asking if Mosberg has come back to the US or not remains unanswered.)

However, in the interests of providing a really entertaining demonstration sport that will stimulate the loins of everyone from AIPAC to Judith Miller, we here at Mantiq al-Tayr held a minyan and bobbed our heads up and down begging Shadai to have the Olympics held in Israel’s eternal capital (no, not New York you smart asses), Jerusalem.

The Israeli national pass time is finding creative ways to murder Palestinian men, women and children. They are very good at it and probably would take the Gold, Silver and Bronze medals. Still, it’s great fun and I’m sure that the US and the UK would at least give the Izzies a run for their money that they took from us.

So, for example, let’s take the case of Israeli Border patrolmen Shachar Butbika and Dennis al-Hazub. They won a gold medal in 2002 for abducting a 17 year old Palestinian boy, beating the shit out of him, and then kicking him off the top of their patrol car as it roared down the road at 80 kph.  His head smashed into the pavement and the impact killed him. What made this one even more fun was that the boy violated Israeli law by resisting their efforts to toss him off the patrol car – kind of like a battle you have when you catch a big fish and real it in. Hahaha-Aretz reports:

He was beaten by Butbika and then forced to jump from the moving vehicle. He resisted, holding onto the jeep’s roof, but was eventually forced out. One of the officers shouted “he’s dead.” They drove away, without offering medical assistance, and tried to eliminate the evidence.

The 17 year old boy’s name is: ‘Imran Abu Hamdiya

Here is a photo of him.

Imran Abu Hamdiya

Imran Abu Hamdiya

Butbika and al-Hazub also won the silver medal that day as well. For earlier in the day they picked up another Palestinian youth, 20 year old Alaa Sankrut.  Sankrut

was hauled onto the jeep, driven to a discreet location and kicked and beaten with a pickaxe handle, sustaining skull fractures

Unfortunately, Butbika and al-Hazub fucked up and the guy lived, much to the dismay of Rabbis throughout the land.

You anti-Semites might be pleased to know that Butbika, al-Hazub and two more of their cohorts were sentenced to several years in jail recently – having somehow been convicted of manslaughter, yes, manslaughter, not premeditated murder, manslaughter.  They’ll spend about as much time in jail as Michael Vick.

Hunting Palestinians is a game that goes on every day and each day more and more interesting ways of scoring are being invented. This past week two IDF dudes used an ice cream truck to drive around the West Bank. No doubt the truck could be counted on to bring children within point blank range and if you get a clean shot, you get a t-shirt. Unfortunately for these two clowns, they didn’t coordinate their activity with their partners in crime, the Palestinian police, so when the Good Humor Izzies opened fire, the Palestinians fired back – clearly in violation of the Torah.

Yes indeed, Palestinian Plugging can sometimes be a dangerous sport, sort of like automobile racing and sometimes the driver gets killed. Then everyone can mourn and cry and glory in self-sacrifice and in general be a complete total sanctimonious asshole.

For example, in this case, the hunter ended up getting killed by his prey. We learn all about what a wonderful hunter he was, coming to Israel from that great bastion of virulent anti-Semitism known as Canada at the tender age of eight. But 10 years later he was a professional Palestinian Plugger.  He even once tried (in vain) to save the life of a “terrorist” (“terrorist” is the Hebrew term for “Palestinian”) who had been shot by IDF hunters. He was a “big hearted” Palestinian plugger.

Cry me a river.

2. Now that the US economy has gone down the sewer and the banks, all owned by Islamofacists, have gotten about 12 trillion dollars, some of you out there in Mantiq land may be looking for jobs. Well, how about going to Israel to teach English?  Judy Steiner wants you.

“There is always a shortage of English teachers and you have to ask, where are you going to find new ones?” Dr. Judy Steiner, Chief Inspector for English Language Education in Israel told Haaretz.

Given the current financial problems in the United States, the Ministry of Education and the Jewish Agency hope to find more Anglos willing to consider an exciting future in teaching English to Israeli youth.

Just think of what a great challenge this would be. Hebrew only has two tenses, basically past and present. But English has trillions, so teaching the complex and subtle English tenses to semites can be difficult. You’ll have to teach them all sorts of conditional clauses and how to use them properly in English. Examples:

“If I had known he was a Palestinian, I would have thrown him off of the roof of the patrol car.”

How about this real quote:

“We have to make sure that no Palestinian individual remains under our occupation. If they (Palestinians) escape then it is good; but if anyone of them remains, then he should be exterminated”.

Or this real quote:

“behind the Kotel we have a mosque. But when they pray even though they are in our holiest place, they face Mecca. Their back is to Jerusalem. So you can see from only one sign that it does not belong to them. They have nothing – no connection.”

So are you up to the challenge? Your job will be to teach the Hebrew speaking children of Russian immigrants (many of them criminals) to Israel to speak English like Meir Kahane. It’s going to be tough and you need to have the right qualifications.

“Very often when there is a shortage, we put in people who are not completely qualified. But we don’t take in anybody.” Steiner said.

No, they do not just take anybody. It turns out that you have to be a Jew.

Imagine seeing an add in the Chronicle of Higher Education:

Seeking Professor of Middle Eastern History at (blah blah) University. Only Muslims may apply.

So, put on your Yarmulka and get that job. Then you can teach the kids to read the Geneva conventions.

Notes, Quotes, Hate Speech and Goats

1. Mike Rivero made a most interesting comment during one of his excellent radio shows this week when he noted that with all the torture stuff coming out now we can really see just how much lying we’ve been subjected to by our so-called leaders.  He noted, correctly, that there is probably much much more that we’ve been lied to about that has never ever been brought up. Well, we here at Mantiq al-Tayr have come up with a potential solution that will enable our learning what it is that we don’t know that we don’t know that we don’t know – whatever. Anyway, we got that solution from the disgusting Michael Scheuer who about two weeks ago in the Jerusalem Washington New York Times Post had an article in the Outlook section that promoted torturing detainees because torture, according to Scheuer, works. I’m not even going to link to his disgraceful anti-America article. If you want to read it, go look for it yourself. He’s not worth reading and it is because of people like him that the CIA is the sick and perverted institution that it is. At least he’s not there anymore. But, yet again, I digress.

Since “our” or should I say “Israel’s” congressional leadership is composed of liars who support torture, I suggest that we have Mossad Jane, Nuremburg Nancy, Death-camp Diane and a host of others arrested and have them waterboarded, slam their heads against walls, and expose them and their children to wild insects. Then maybe we can find out what else it is they are hiding from us.

Just a thought.

2. There’s lots of the usual bitching and moaning among the Israel-first lobby about how the Obama administration is screwing Israel by making the mildest of suggestions that just maybe, perhaps just for a few seconds, Israel might, pretty please, might want to think about obeying international law. Researching some of this has been fun and has led to my finding some really hilarious quotes.

Am I the only one noticing that Obama and Biden are not so much assembling staff, as gathering a minyan?

Here is a howler of an article. The title itself is worth citing.

Obama Administration Should Defer to Israel’s Expertise

Now at first glance you probably would think that the author was talking about torture techniques. But he isn’t. He’s wailing about the so-called two-state solution being back on the table.

Here’s a sample from the article itself, written by an obvious Islamofascist  named Roz Rothstein. [I bet he is a Shi’ite to boot.}

It was wonderful to see how AIPAC continues to grow and to feel the sense of global support for Israel which fills the air with a steady buzz. Speakers reinforced the importance of the American-Israel relationship and were greeted with applause and standing ovations.

[Good God, what a bunch of traitors these people are]. Anyway, it gets better.

The halls were filled, the mission to avert an Iranian imposed nuclear catastrophe was clear, and the love for Israel was palpable. Yet I left Washington with a heavy heart.

Poor Baby. He was most upset with Death-Camp Diane.

Senator Dianne Feinstein encouraged the large delegation of California voters to help push in this direction. She said, “Talk about it in your synagogues, your communities. Talk about the two-state solution in Israel.

[Gee, if they are talking about politics in the synogogues, shouldn’t their tax-exempt status be revoked?].  Not to worry, though, Roz informs us. Israel knows what’s best. It’s more revealing than he realizes.

Contrary to Senator Feinstein’s claim, now does not seem to be the time. Unjustified “excuses” have not prevented a two-state solution. There are real and serious obstacles to its realization.

Yes there are. Israel.

Israel wants peace and knows first-hand the facts on the ground that have prevented it.

A most interesting choice of phrase. The entire settlement movement was based on the premise of creating facts on the ground in order to keep most, or all of, the West Bank.

The U.S. administration should defer to Israel’s expertise, not repeat the misguided policies of the past and impose premature solutions from afar which could have disastrous repercussions.

I see the above quote as an almost unveiled threat. If Obama does anything Israel doesn’t like, then there could be “disastrous repercussions” for him. Kind of like what happened to Jimmy Carter, George H. W. Bush, Paul Findley, Cynthia McKinney and maybe even JFK.

All supporters of Israel should work together to ensure that the administration does not pressure Israel into premature, dangerous concessions, but treats it as an equal — a sovereign, successful state that desperately wants peace but that knows from bitter experience what will and will not bring peace closer.

“All supporters of Israel” – another nice choice of phrase. What about “supporters of the United States”? But that’ is not what AIPAC and Roz are all about. They are about one thing and one thing only – Israel.

Here’s an insightful quote from another article about Joe “I am a Zionist” Biden’s speech to AIPAC. It shows that all this “tough love” commotion in the Main $tream Media is baloney.

While Biden sought to portray the White House’s emerging policy toward Israel as a break with the preceding administration’s agenda, it actually didn’t differ all that much from the Bush playbook.

Now here’s a great story by a female Islamofacist named Janet Levy. She is pissed, and I mean pissed, because two Jews working with Cindy Sheehan have put up some billboards. She writes like she considers these two Jews to be traitors. I consider them to be Americans. In fact Richard Baehr says that those two Jews are “working for the enemy.” That would be true if you consider the enemy to be the United States.

Here’s the billboard that Jerusalem Janet calls a “billboard of hate.”

bill boards of hate

I like it. Spread it around.

Levy’s article is very much worth reading because it will tell you a lot about the very good people who are behind the billboard.  Some very good organizations that all of you should know about.

3.  Here’s a great link about the massacre at the Gaza Zoo in January 2009. It also contains an article about a previous Israeli massacre of animals at the Gaza Zoo in 2004. I guess the Izzies hate Palestinian animals as much as they hate Palestinians.

From the 2004 article:

The butchered ostrich, the petrified kangaroo cowering in a basement corner, the tortoises crushed under the tank treads – all were held up as evidence of the pitiless nature of the Israeli occupation. . .

The army also initially denied that soldiers deliberately wrecked the zoo that provided Rafah’s children with virtually their only contact with live animals, even ordinary ones such as squirrels, goats and tortoises.

 

4. The Ornithoscopy section has been updated.