June 9, 2006, - 2:51 pm
By Debbie Schlussel
If your under-aged daughter is on MySpace, your worries of sex-fiends targeting her shouldn’t be confined to the continental U.S.
Take the story of 16-year-old Katherine Lester, who lives in Western Michigan. She was lured by a 25-year-old Muslim Palestinian, over MySpace. And she flew all the way to Jordan, to meet him. She was on her way to meet the Palestinian Muslim, from Jericho, in the West Bank (Israel). As reported by CBS News broadcast reports, he used the screen name, “Abdullah Psycho.” Abdullah, a Muslim name, means “Slave of Allah.” You know what “Psycho” means. Online, the man claimed to be 14. Mid-Michigan’s WEYI/NBC 25 reports that the man’s name is Abdulla Babsheh.
It’s outrageous, but not surprising, that some media reports are referring to the man as an “Israeli.” He is NOT. I love how they are “Isrealis” when they do bad things against Americans, but they are “Palestinians” when they are “aggrieved” by the actual Israelis and want their own terror-based country from which to launch more attacks on Jews and Christians.
Her mother is lucky that the U.S. law enforcement authorities were able to persuade her to return home. If she’d married the guy in a quickie Muslim wedding, her parents would be out of luck. Shariah law requires the husband’s permission for a divorce.
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