May 7, 2006, - 12:53 pm

Good News from the Derby: Arab Emirates’ Jazil Loses

By Debbie Schlussel
We follow the Kentucky Derby and the world of thoroughbred horse racing with a great deal of interest. And that’s because that world is heavily influenced by–and used as a propaganda forum for–Islamist Arab States, particularly those in the gulf. (Here’s what we wrote about their illicit engagement of the Derby, exactly 4 years ago, today.)
For example, Dubai’s ruling Maktoum family has staked the country’s future travel PR on it’s fortunes in the thoroughbred world. And that’s why we always celebrate when its multi-million dollar stable of horses repeatedly fails to place or show in the Derby, as it failed to do yet again, yesterday. And besides, we doubt they sing–or even know the words to–“My Old Kentucky Home.” It’s especially sweet, too, that an American-owned horse, won.
Emirates like Dubai–and its larger UAE confederation–are, as we’ve written on multiple occasions since right after 9/11, anti-American, anti-Semitic, enforce the boycott of Israel, and repeatedly refused to cooperate in the post-9/11 investigations of their connections to the 9/11 and other terrorist attacks.

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3 Cheers for Barbaro: American-owned Horse Beat Dubai’s Jazil @ the Derby

In horse-racing apartheid, Israelis who own horses (yes, there is a small Israeli thoroughbred horse industry) cannot race horses in the many races held in Dubai. They are not allowed into the country (and neither are their horses).
And that’s why we’re happy that, yesterday, Dubai lost yet again at the Derby. Jazil, the Maktoum family’s entry, came in just fourth (and it was a dead heat with another horse). (Its Shadwell Stable is owned by Sheikh Hamdan bin Rashid al Maktoum, uncle of the Dubai’s current ruler.) The Maktoums may be used to holding the crown in Dubai’s monarchy, but they won’t wear the Triple Crown anytime soon.
So sad. Too bad.
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Derby Loser: Dubai’s Sheikh Hamdan (cutting ribbon/in royal portrait)

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7 Responses

Will they behead the horse for not winning the race, hang it, or tie it to a post and beat it?

DCWatson on May 7, 2006 at 2:04 pm

DC,
whatever the method, the horse has done them shame..it will be an honor killing

Avatar on May 7, 2006 at 5:56 pm

The Arabs lost `cos they got the wrong jockey
http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2005/07/0715_050715_robot_jockey.html

hutchrun on May 8, 2006 at 12:47 am

As the late,great Howard Cosell would say,”don’t get cocky”(while Louisville’s Muhammad Ali museum is still in business).And hopefully,The Preakness
and Belmont races will also be fixed by the Zionists.

jaywilton on May 8, 2006 at 10:00 am

Those camel jockeys should stick to camel racing.
These 7th century barbarian tent-merchants are repulsive parading around in their bedsheets.
I wonder how many mint jeleps these savages drank during the race (as you know, alcohol is verboten in Islam). However, mint juleps are probably not on their list because these ignorant swine probably think they’re made from “Jew lips”, hence, they spiced up their tea with shots of boubon, instead.
Speaking of alcohol and Islam’s rule of abstinence from it; read this article about the Muzlum Moroccan diplomat, Abdelmajid Amrani Nadjar, stopped and ticketed for drunken driving near the U.N. over the weekend. He wasn’t arrested because of diplomatic immunity. However, I’m sure that allah reads the Post and he’s going to have a problem with this one.
http://www.nypost.com/news/regionalnews/63478.htm

Thee_Bruno on May 8, 2006 at 11:36 am

How come i never saw YOUR post about Rush fessing up that Dubai paid him off to exchange OUR ports for HIS dopefiend pockets???
Last time i looked—not a SINGLE thoroughbred was a terrorist—HORSES are apolitical, in case you don’t know

EminemsRevenge on May 8, 2006 at 1:50 pm

in light of this sports theme, i’ll take the opportunity to inquire if……….
due to the muslime take-over/broo-hah-hah of fitness USA, if some announcer this upcoming NFL season eludes to possession of the “pigskin” belongs to the detroit lions.
even though it is not “pigskin”, will the inference result in a moving the lions to another locale?
no millen or harringtion spillover please?

louielouie on May 8, 2006 at 5:34 pm

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