December 28, 2009, - 3:25 pm

So Sad, Too Bad: Egypt Thwarts Anti-Israel Americans’ Christmas Protest

By Debbie Schlussel

Given that Palestinian Christians (and every other sort of Arab Christian) are under attack from the Muslims around them (as I detailed last week and do every Christmas), it’s kind of comical to read the story of Dorothy Ritter.

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Israel-Hating Hags Dorothy Ritter & Kim Redigan Failed

Ritter, a Dearbornistan Christian “chick” (who looks like she has season tickets to the WNBA if  ya know what I mean), wasted her Christmas flying to the Gaza Strip to protest the “evil Zionist Israelis.”  She went there not to protest the persecution, killings, bombings, and other violent attacks by Gaza Palestinian Muslims on Christians (which have driven almost all of the Palestinian Christians out of Gaza), but to protest Israel for “blockading” Gaza from getting terrorist supplies and reinforcements.

If the animals in Gaza actually dared to stop their violent attacks and murders of innocent civilians, they wouldn’t be blockaded.  This is war.  You don’t help your sworn enemies blow you up.

But the joke was on this brushcut-encrusted Ellen-Degeneres-in-twenty-years-look-alike.  After wasting Christmas and flying halfway around the world, she was prevented from engaging in her silly “protest” by the Egyptians.  Same for Dearbornistan Heights-based Kim Redigan, another brushcut idiot who spent Christmas trying to protest against Israel, but failed epically.

So sad, too bad.  I hope the falafel was good. . . and I wish them a pleasant Flight 253 back to Detroit, or better yet, a deliciouslunch in Tul Karem,” before they leave for home.

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11 Responses

The Mubarak dictatorship doesn’t want to strengthen the Gazan wing of the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood. That’s why it shut down efforts by Western moonbats to give “help” to Hamas. Hamas is a far greater danger to Cairo than to Jerusalem. The irony of it is beneath the notice of those who hate the Jews and Israel.

So sad, too bad!

NormanF on December 28, 2009 at 4:01 pm

The best wish for these leftard, anti-American, anti-Israel and pro-jihad ugly women is “lunch in Tul Karem” and I know the story of “lunch in Tul Karem”.

David on December 28, 2009 at 4:44 pm

Too bad this dumb twit counldn’t pull a Darwin Award winner Rachel Corrie, I’d pay money to watch that!

Drakken on December 28, 2009 at 6:24 pm

Ironic isn’t it? The Egyptians. Maybe these nitwits will protest against Egypt now for being too friendly towards Israel.

Little Al on December 28, 2009 at 6:30 pm

Stuff Israel.

Aussie Craig on December 28, 2009 at 7:43 pm

I just attempted to add “Lunch in Tul Karem” to the Urban Dictionary. We’ll see if the “editors” allow it.

Izzy on December 29, 2009 at 8:30 am

When describing Ritter, maybe you should place the word “Christian” in quotation marks. No true Christian would support Hamas. Or maybe you can refer to her and the other leftist western “Christians” as “apostate Christians.”

salt1907 on December 29, 2009 at 10:59 am

    Call them “faux-christians” or “alledged christians” with lowercase C. True Christians love Israel and our beloved Jewish cousins. True Christians despise Islam, Hezbollah, Hamas, et al.

    Bobby, the Zionist Gentile on December 29, 2009 at 1:26 pm

maybe these poor christian gals will find their “Lunch in Tul Karem” soon, allah be willing, and finally learn their lesson…too late i fear

theShadow on December 30, 2009 at 3:54 am

This is hilarious!! It’s like a parody of a right wing “Christian” website! It’s so easy for us liberals these days….all we need to do is sit back and watch you nutjobs foam at the mouth and make yourselves look like the pathetically ignorant mob that you are.

Thanks for my laugh for the day!!

Mo on April 19, 2010 at 6:06 pm

This does not sound like it could be coming from Jews, Christians, or Muslims as the words Ms. Schlussel and the words of most people that are commenting on her opinion, sound so hateful. Could we all agree that there may be some truth to be found by listening to each other? Ms. Redigan and Ms. Ritter have a story to tell and they don’t sound hateful.

There are some people of every nationality or religion that attempt to make change with violence (in word or deed). It is a mistake to generalize and feel that all react in the same way. And needed change must take place! Could it be that we can learn from trying to understand each other?

Respectful dialogue between Hamas and Israel would be good. There has certainly been violence on both sides; however, Hamas has no planes, tanks, or funding for high-tech military weapons. Israel’s use of these weapons with seemingly little concern for innocent people including many women and children is wrong. And there is no condoning violence on either side.

Respectful dialog is needed. Perhaps we need to start, each one of us. Debbie, is that a possibility for you?

Shalom, Salaam, Peace
MA

Maureen Aman on May 5, 2010 at 9:37 pm

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