July 18, 2006, - 12:31 pm

Most Americans in Lebanon Are Hezbollah Supporters; U.S. Taxes Shouldn’t Fund Their Return

By Debbie Schlussel
**** AS READ ON THE AIR TODAY BY RUSH LIMBAUGH–THANKS, RUSH! **** ALSO, SCROLL DOWN FOR UPDATES ****
One thing is lost in all the press coverage of the whining Americans who went to Lebanon of their own accord and now want us to pick up the tab to get them out.
THE MAJORITY OF AMERICANS IN LEBANON ARE HEZBOLLAH SUPPORTERS.
Most of them are Shi’ite Muslims, many of whom hold dual U.S. and Lebanese citizenship. Many are anchor babies born here to Muslims in the U.S. illegally. Some are illegal aliens who became citizens through rubber-stamping Citizenship and Immigration Services (and its INS predecessor) coupled with political pressure by spineless politicians.
Of the 25,000 American citizens and green-card holders in Lebanon, at least 7,000 are from Dearborn, Michigan, the heart of Islamic America, and especially Shia Islam America. These 7,000 are mostly Shi’ite Muslims who openly and strongly support Hezbollah. Ditto for many of the rest of the 25,000 that are there.

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Most Americans in Lebanon Support this “Man”

(Sheikha Hassan Nasrallah Girlie-Man Artwork by David Lunde)

Many of the 7,000 plus Detroiters in Lebanon are active in Dearborn’s Bint Jbeil cultural center (the Lebanese American Heritage Club also features mostly Hezbollah fans). Bint Jbeil is a Hezbollah-dominated city in the South of Lebanon, a frequent destination of Hezbollah leader Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah, who is very at home there. Bint Jbeil is a frequent source of shellings on Northern Israel.
Bint Jbeil natives now living in our country so strongly support Hezbollah that they got Republican Congressman Joe Knollenberg (and his then top staffer, Paul Welday) and then-U.S. Senator Spencer Abraham to give Hezbollah forces in Southern Lebanon about $86 million of our tax money, no strings.
Given this information, and the fact–as I’ve detailed numerous times on this site–that several Shi’ite Muslim Lebanese U.S. citizens from Dearborn have been indicted and/or convicted of laundering money to Hezbollah, is it a good idea to rush to bring 25,000 such persons back to the U.S. at a time when Hezbollah is at war against the strongest U.S. ally? Does the fact, that Hezbollah numerous times–and especially now–has announced veiled and not-so-veiled intentions to attack Americans on U.S. soil, necessitate urgently bringing these terror-sympathizing Americans back to U.S. soil? Many are individuals whose activity should have mandated prosecution and jail-time. But they are free because of a spineless U.S. Attorney (and, incredibly, Bush Federal Court of Appeals nominee), Stephen Murphy III a/k/a “Abu Porno,” and equally weak federal law enforcement chiefs of Michigan FBI and Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) who pander to them.
These are people who hold U.S. citizenship but support a group that murdered over 300 U.S. Marines and civilians, some through torture; a group that is part of the Al-Qaeda network; a group that trains insurgent terrorists against our troops in Iraq, giving them IEDs to blow our soldiers up; a group that worked with Qaeda to bomb the Khobar Towers. Americans who support this group are not American. They merely possess the proper paperwork.
And they are very dangerous. One of them, Lola Elzein–a student at the University of Michigan-Dearborn and an officer of the Hezbollah-supporting Arab American PAC–threatened my life and that of my family members because I’ve written about the group’s Detroit-area extremist Hezbollah sympathizers. Hezbollah’s violence has already arrived in America, and we don’t need to pay to transport 25,000 of its sympathizers back to our shores from their chosen vacation destination.
While the government has announced it will charge these individuals for the expensive transport out of Lebanon via Cyprus back to the U.S., the feds say they will accept IOUs for that transport. Think we’ll get the money back? Just ask the Katrina aid administrators.
**** UPDATE, 11:08 p.m.: Even more outrageous, our government has now relented and will not charge these people for exorbitant, tax-paid transport back to the U.S. $3,000 per person on the U.S. taxpayer dime. This is ABSURD! And unprecedented (in other airlifts/evacuations, Americans must pay). Who told them to visit Lebanon? Not us (State Dept. warned against travel to Lebanon). Just Sheikh Nasrallah. Let him and his Iranian/Syrian patrons pay. ****
Do you want your tax dollars to subsidize Hezbollah supporters’ return to America? Are these the kind of U.S. citizens we badly need back in our country at this time?
Should Hezbollah supporters be transported on a ship named for one of the most heroic events in U.S. history, the U.S.S Iwo Jima? Should U.S. tax dollars fund the charter of commercial ships to transport the rest of these terror-sympathizers?
The instant answer from all freedom-loving Americans to these questions should be a loud “NO.”
These people went to Hezbollah-dominated Lebanon of their own accord. And they were safe there because they support the terrorist group. Now, their fortune has changed. Tough.
It is not the responsibility of U.S. taxpayers to rescue terrorist-supporters who voluntarily went to a dangerous area . . . just because their whines are loud and annoying.
We are picking up the tab for this unfortunate rescue. U.S. funds used to rescue terrorist-sympathizers–YOUR TAX DOLLARS AT WORK.
So, is America too slow to get these undesirable U.S. citizens out of Lebanon? On the contrary, not slow enough.

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Hezzbollah supporters? Leave em

KOAJaps on July 18, 2006 at 2:53 pm

What sources are you using for this information? Specifically this quote from your article:
“Of the 25,000 American citizens and green-card holders in Lebanon, at least 7,000 are from Dearborn, Michigan, the heart of Islamic America, and especially Shia Islam. These 7,000 are mostly Shi’ite Muslims who openly and strongly support Hezbollah. Ditto for many of the rest of the 25,000 that are there.”
THIS IS MY AREA OF EXPERTISE. I KNOW THE DETROIT-AREA ISLAMIC COMMUNITY WELL. IT IS ACTUALLY, LIKELY, MORE THAN 7,000. SEE MY OTHER COMMENTS TO FREEDOM3000.
DEBBIE SCHLUSSEL

rob rose on July 18, 2006 at 2:59 pm

Dear Debbie,
Your comments about the 25K are wrong. Assuming that what you say about the 7,000 is true (I believe you’re credible based on your history), your “ditto for the rest of the 25K” comment is flat out wrong. Remember that the non-Hezbollah Lebanese resent Hezbollah as they appear to have more loyalty to Iran and Syria than to their own country. Most of the rest of the 25K are probably Christians like myself (the Sunnis don’t like Hezbollah either). We probably more than any other group of people, we understand the importance of the war on terror, and most of us love the US more than the average American born citizen. After all, we don’t take the many blessings we find in this country for granted, and would make any sacrifice to preserve the United States. After all, we have nowhere else to go. We have seen what the hatred espoused by Hezbollah has done to our country. We are under no illusion, unlike the liberals, about what’s at stake here. Given that there has been peace in Lebanon for over a decade, the people who are stuck there had no idea the region was suddenly going to explode. Telling them to reimburse the State Dept for their evacuation is a slap in our faces, as we feel we’re being treated as second class citizens. If you want people to resent their own country, that’s a good way to do it. Coming from Lebanon, let me tell you that a divided country is not a pretty sight.
ALTHOUGH I HAVE TREMENDOUS RESPECT FOR MARONITE CHRISTIANS, MOST LEBANESE WHO GO BACK THERE ARE NOT CHRISTIAN. SOME ARE, BUT NOT MOST. AND THE AOUN MARONITES (SUPPORTERS OF MICHEL AOUN) ARE ALLIED WITH HEZBOLLAH AND DO SUPPORT IT (THE CHRISTIANS, MARONITE OR NOT, ARE NOT MONOLITHIC). THE 7,000 PLUS FROM DEARBORN ARE SHIA AND OPENLY SUPPORT HEZBOLLAH. IT IS A DANGEROUS AREA, AND THE STATE DEPT. HAS PUT OUT WARNINGS ABOUT TRAVEL THERE FOR SOME TIME. TRAVEL THERE AT YOUR OWN RISK. ALSO PLEASE READ CAREFULLY–I SAID “MANY” OF THE 25,000, NOT “ALL.”
DEBBIE SCHLUSSEL

Freedom3000 on July 18, 2006 at 2:59 pm

Freedom3000: Your story and self-proclaimed patriotism isn’t all that convincing. What were you doing there if you love the US so much? Did someone hold a gun at your head and force you to stay in Lebanon? You went there out of your own will, so you pay for the ticket back home, if you really consider the US your ‘home’. Thats the least you can do.

anonymous twit on July 18, 2006 at 3:48 pm

Your headline say’s it all Debbie,your headline says it all

danny on July 18, 2006 at 4:22 pm

A few things in your post and specifically your response to Freedom3000 are quite incorrect. You may be an “expert” on the Muslim population in Detroit, but the Christians in Lebanon are another story. The Maronites are only one group of Christians, there are also many Orthodox and Protestants. Of the Christians I know in Lebanon or from Lebanon, NONE are allied with Hezbollah. It wouldn’t make sense; they would be the next target after Israel. Do you remember what went on during the previous war in Lebanon between the Christians and the Muslims (with the Syrians, etc.)?
Also, as far as going to Hezbollah dominated Lebanon and being safe because they support them, well the Christians are safe because they are nowhere near the Hezbollah controlled areas. The Christians go there in the summer to visit family and their homeland. It’s really not too difficult to understand if you have been there.
Please do not throw the Christians in Lebanon in with the mix when discussing Hezbollah or the Muslims in general.
DID YOU NEVER HEAR OF MICHEL AOUN? I’M WELL AWARE THAT THE MARONITES ARE ONLY ONE GROUP, BUT EVEN THEY–WHO OPPOSED HEZBOLLAH MORE STRONGLY THAN ANY OTHER GROUP–HAVE SPLIT UP WITH MICHEL AOUN ALLIED WITH NASRALLAH. THIS IS DIFFERENT THAN WHAT WENT ON “DURING THE PREVIOUS WAR IN LEBANON.” FOR SOMEONE WHO CLAIMS TO BE FROM AND KNOWLEDGEABLE ABOUT LEBANON, YOU MUST NOT REALLY BE FOLLOWING TOO CLOSELY. CHECK THIS PICTURE. IT’S REAL. AS IS WHAT I WROTE ABOUT IT:
http://www.debbieschlussel.com/archives/2006/02/bad_news_in_leb.html
NOT ALL CHRISTIANS IN LEBANON ACT MONOLITHICALLY. YOU ARE MISINFORMED TO SPEAK AS IF THEY DO. I UNDERSTAND QUITE WELL. SOME CHRISTIANS FROM AMERICA GO THERE TO VISIT THEIR FAMILIES, BUT MOST ARE SHI’ITES. BRIGITTE GABRIEL, A LEBANESE CHRISTIAN WOMAN, SAYS IT EVEN BETTER HERE:
http://www.israpundit.com/2006/?p=1867
DEBBIE SCHLUSSEL

engineerinatl on July 18, 2006 at 4:32 pm

“One thing is lost in all the press coverage of the whining Americans who went to Lebanon of their own accord and now want us to pick up the tab to get them out.”
Here Here….To me that says it all, I just love all these “Americans” that call themselves Americans who live elsewhere, particularly in the Middle East.
When you leave the security blanket of this great country, you are subject to the laws and lay of the land you travel to, simple as that.
Loved the post Debbie.

chicagoray on July 18, 2006 at 4:50 pm

engineer-Christboy-inat;you’re going to teach debbie the history of your arab mid east?Why don’t we talk about your + your’s hate of little israel.Let’s start there

danny on July 18, 2006 at 4:54 pm

Wow Danny, namecalling without understanding: you sound like a liberal! I am an American Christian who just happens to know some Lebanese Christians. I (and the Christians I know here and in Lebanon) have always supported Israel in every way. Are you anti-Christian? or just ignorant?

engineerinatl on July 18, 2006 at 5:04 pm

He’s both, engineerinatl.

Manatoch on July 18, 2006 at 5:21 pm

Debbie,
I realize there are many factions in Lebanon and I was speaking only from my experience. Because of the previous war and recent happenings, many Christians have left Lebanon (like Ms. Gabriel). That’s why many travel to visit in the summer. Anyway, I never said I am from Lebanon; I am an American (my background is quite varied, but no mideast connection at all). And also, I don’t disagree at all about what you said about the Hezbollah supporters, it’s just that your headline and post did not distinguish the Christians at all. I applaud the work you have done regarding radical Islam/Islamic terrorism.

engineerinatl on July 18, 2006 at 5:23 pm

engine-of-christ;so do you send blankets to your pals in the war ,pay for their tickets outback to the u.s.a. and they can all do a class action “HOW BAD THE AMERICAN GOV’T TREATED US”,lets pass the hat.

danny on July 18, 2006 at 5:30 pm

Brigitte Gabriel’s write-up on this is very good. All the Christian Arab Americans, oops, “American Arabs,” that I know, are supporters of Hamas or Hezbollah. Sometimes I think maybe they are Mozlums pretending to be Christians. And NONE of them has anything good to say about Israel. They badmouth Jews even though Jews or Israel never did anything to harm them. Some of them even supported the existence of the Taliban regime by saying how the media did not bother to show the “good aspects” of the Taliban. They liked to talk about how “good” the Taliban treated their female Caucasian captives. These idiots went ballastic earlier this year when the Mohammad cartoons were published, and protested in “solaridity” along with their Mozlum brethren.
Ah, Ms. Gabriel, why can’t there be more people like you?

anonymous twit on July 18, 2006 at 5:38 pm

It’s the zionist’s all you got to do is get the zionist ,allah is great.some of my best friends were jews.

danny on July 18, 2006 at 5:42 pm

engineerinatl: Debbie said clearly here, “It is not the responsibility of U.S. taxpayers to rescue terrorist-supporters who voluntarily went to a dangerous area . . . just because their whines are loud and annoying.”
She is totally correct in this. These people went there on their expense, so let them pay for their return trip. How difficult is that to comprehend?
If there were no war, they would anyway pay for their return ticket at some point, right? So why should the US foot their bills?
Anyway, Shi’ite hits the fan! Its sooo hot today….

anonymous twit on July 18, 2006 at 5:44 pm

Anonymous,
Did I ever say anything about who should pay?? I agree that the people being rescued should pay. How difficult is it to read (and then comprehend)??

engineerinatl on July 18, 2006 at 5:48 pm

Thank god I’m an agnostic, teetering towards the athiest arena.

KOAJaps on July 18, 2006 at 5:55 pm

tell all your arab pals whatever faith,they fucked up doing 9/11 .and now americans are learning ‘fast’ what animals you are.

danny on July 18, 2006 at 6:01 pm

engineerinatl: Yes, you did not make an explicit statement about who should pay. It looked like you were going to carry on from where Freedom3000 left.

anonymous twit on July 18, 2006 at 6:07 pm

if israel does the right thing it’s going to start getting real.

danny on July 18, 2006 at 6:16 pm

Debbie, I wish we, as REAL AMERICANS, had some way to block any aid to these individuals. As far as I’m concerned, they aren’t Americans, and don’t deserve anything but the thumbing of our noses at them.
Regards
Craig C

Craig C on July 18, 2006 at 7:38 pm

Debbie,
Danny left false information to be able to post to your site. Try clicking the link to his “website”. It doesn’t exist.
Regards
Craig C

Craig C on July 18, 2006 at 7:41 pm

“NOT ALL CHRISTIANS IN LEBANON ACT MONOLITHICALLY. ”
This from the person who thinks all 25K americans in lebanon do.
WHEN DID I SAY “ALL” 25K AMERICANS? NEVER DID. I SPECIFICALLY AND DELIBERATELY SAID “MOST” AND “MANY.” PERHAPS A READING COMPREHENSION REFRESHER COURSE MAY BE IN ORDER FOR YOU. NICE TRY, BUT NO CIGAR (MACANUDO).
DEBBIE SCHLUSSEL

shortz on July 18, 2006 at 7:47 pm

debbie, you continue to slant your stories and defame the law abiding citizens of dearborn, michigan. are you so uncomfortable around people who are not “JAP’s”? How does it feel to be labeled with stereotypes which are based on your place of birth or where you were raised? Are you automatically a “JAP” because you were raised in Southfield, Michigan? Are you automatically a terrorist or sympathizer just because you are lebanese/american and visit Lebanon. I know it’s not YOUR homeland, but it is for lots of LAW ABIDING LEBANESE AND AMERICANS!
YOU OBVIOUSLY DO NOT KNOW MUCH ABOUT SOUTHFIELD. IT IS HARDLY JAP-LAND. HAD I BEEN RAISED IN WEST BLOOMFIELD, THEN YOU WOULD LIKELY BE CORRECT IN ASSUMING I AM A JAP (JEWISH AMERICAN PRINCESS). SOUTHFIELD IS ANOTHER STORY. HOW WOULD I FEEL IF SOMEONE INCORRECTLY LABELED ME A JAP? I WOULD HARDLY NOTICE. HAS HAPPENED MANY TIMES.
DEBBIE SCHLUSSEL

krympays on July 18, 2006 at 8:51 pm

“I SPECIFICALLY AND DELIBERATELY SAID “MOST” AND “MANY.””
Oh ok. Just the ones you KNOW are bad guys. So can we use the taxpayer money to evacuate the 25K or not?
How many in your ‘most’ and ‘many’ ? half? all but one? 12?
THE VAST MAJORITY, OR I WOULDN’T HAVE WRITTEN THE POST. READ THE LINK TO BRIGITTE GABRIEL. SHE AGREES.
DEBBIE SCHLUSSEL

shortz on July 18, 2006 at 10:34 pm

Reminds me of Omar Kadr, “Al Kanadi” (the Canadian) who was Canadian in the free-medical-care sense of the word. Trained with Al-Qaeda, got shot in Afghanistan, got patched up for free in Toronto and got right back on the battlefield where, happily for our side, he died. His family insisted that, being Canadians and therefore free people, they had the right to be in favor of Al-Qaeda (“We are Al-Qaeda, we are an Al-Qaeda family. This is a free country. We can believe as we like”) I paraphrase from memory. 25,000 Lebanese-”Canadains” they say. Wow! with one tenth your population down there it means there are 10x more dual citizenship “Lebanese=Canadians” than in the US, proportionately. Hope CSIS has its eyes on this and the Mounties aren’t assuming they come from “a broad spectrum” of political values.

AbuNudnik on July 18, 2006 at 11:29 pm

If they’re Shit’eatin Muslims why can’t the Syrians or Iranians get them out of Beirut to someplace safer? The Syrians and Iranians don’t seem to have much trouble getting weapons and other war supplies in to Hiz-blow-ya so that they can kill jews.

CornCoLeo on July 18, 2006 at 11:33 pm

Its funny muslim countries can go in so easily inside the united states.. i lived in the philippines, i have families there on the united states (like my mother and sister) and i have to go through all these terrorist questions on the US embassy, etc.. before turning me down. while i visited malaysia (where my father works) and i found out that malaysia and brunei dont even need a visa to go to US, that’s really funny i told my father i thought we are american friends and we share the american spirit but how come malaysians and brunei can go there so easily while mahathir muhammad always blaming the US for all the suffering of the “muslim” world. is this an appeasement policy of the US? make friends with malaysia? lebanon?? saudi arabia? IRAN??

atom on July 19, 2006 at 1:19 am

`malaysia and brunei dont even need a visa to go to US`
- that`s the most absurd thing i`ve heard.
Tell you what, go check again.

hutchrun on July 19, 2006 at 1:51 am

Debbie,
I apparently was just debating semantics with you (you are right, you did say “many”, not “most”). I know MANY ;) Christians go back to Lebanon to visit friends and family. You are right about Michel Aoun. He is a disgrace. That’s why MANY Lebanese are quite cynical about their leaders. On the other hand, there are OTHERS who are absolute heros for constistently speaking out despite the very real danger of assassination. Ms. Brigitte Gabriel is an absolute hero, and like herself, I hope Israel continues until they defeat Hezbollah. While I don’t see how the Lebanese can have a viable country without the Shiites changing their tune, Hezbollah does TARGET Israeli civilians just like other terrorists do, while Lebanese civilians are dying DESPITE Israel’s best efforts. Lebanon already owes a big debt of gratitude to George W for leading the effort to get Syria out peacefully. I believe the only long-term sure way for Israel to have the security it deserves and Lebanon to have the peace it deserves is for regime change to happen in Iran. The only way to do that is to help the people (70% of which hate the mullahs) to revolt. In the meantime, it is refreshing to see Saudi Arabia nervous about Iran.

Freedom3000 on July 19, 2006 at 2:14 am

Talking of Syria looks like they too like fireworks:
Jul. 19, 2006 8:39 | Updated Jul. 19, 2006 9:01
Baghdad bombings leave five dead, 18 wounded
http://www.jpost.com/servlet/Satellite?cid=1150886041444&pagename=JPost%2FJPArticle%2FShowFull
Makes me wonder if it`s a retaliation of sorts by the Hizb for:
Syrian Human Rights Committee estimates it to be much higher, at somewhere between 30,000 to 40,000 civilians dead or missing.
http://www.2la.org/lebanon/ee/terrorsy.htm

hutchrun on July 19, 2006 at 3:31 am

It really is long past time we end the dual-citizenship, as well as the anchor baby, farce. This war will go on much longer than it needs to when we have ‘citizens’ whose ‘interests’ are not those of the United States. I’d give these people a lift out of Lebanon, but we should also lift any American passports held by dual-citizens. In this war, these so-called dual citizenship holders cannot truly be citizens of both of their passport nations. It’s time for immigrants to pick to be citizens of the US or not bother coming here. Period.

Rick on July 19, 2006 at 7:39 am

I have reposted your July 18 post at
http://punchedticket.blogspot.com/
Because it is so signficant.
I am sorry the links to your other articles
within your text were not activated by this
repost. Hopefully it will draw more viewership to
your site!

davidt on July 19, 2006 at 9:12 am

Debbie:
Quoting you:
“THIS IS MY AREA OF EXPERTISE. I KNOW THE DETROIT-AREA ISLAMIC COMMUNITY WELL. IT IS ACTUALLY, LIKELY, MORE THAN 7,000. SEE MY OTHER COMMENTS TO FREEDOM3000.
DEBBIE SCHLUSSEL”
What makes you an “expert” and again, what FACTS do you have to support your argument? I mean, I could say that I am an expert in elf communities and there are 7000 living in Ann Arbor planning an attack on Detroit. Anybody could say anything thay want, especially on a personal web page, but if you are going to make claims like this you should have some supporting evidence. Right?

rob rose on July 19, 2006 at 9:59 am

I love the picture! We need a website to start collecting those…wouldn’t that just drive a mile up the terrorist’s butts?! In the name of the seemingly “most holy” PC, our government either deliberately or through sheer stupidity allows the most open borders of any country in the world. Our country is in as much danger…from the inside…as ever in our history. From the INSIDE…perhaps more than ever. If Nazi agents during WWII had the carte-blanche that every terrorist organization in the world currently has in the United States, we may not have won that war. Are all muslims terrorists? No. Let’s just eliminate ALL the terrorists in an “equal opportunity” sense, regardless of race, creed or color. We NEED to be attacking terrorism with the vengeance of Judge Dredd…but instead, America seems to prefer the PeeWee Herman approach…and that puts every American at great, great risk. It certainly doesn’t have to be that way, but until we get some real leadership for our country, we will continue to get empty posturing and false promises. We need a conservative LEADER…not another “lesser of two evils”. We need a man or woman who isn’t affraid to make a stand on ALL the important issues facing our country…and if that person told America the what and the why…the American People would back that person to the hilt. Will we get that leader? Too bad we have to wait another 2 years to find out…

Ziggy Spaz on July 19, 2006 at 11:02 am

Anyone following the last week’s Bombay blast updates? As expected, Indian Mozlums were behind it with help from their Pakistani comrades. When there is a large Mozlum population, you are bound to have terrorist or terrorist supporters in them.
And the top Imam, Shahi Imam of New Delhi, has already absolved the terrorist groups of their involvement. Wow, trains blast themselves just like that.
Read some of the comments by this Mohammeden nutcase.
‘Why is it that security forces blame the Lashkar-e-Toiba within ten minutes of a blast. If they already know who did it, why don’t they go ahead and arrest the culprits well before the crime is done,’ he asked.
He said he was willing to visit Pakistan and ‘talk’ to the LeT commanders if he was given proof of its involvement in terrorist incidents in India. ‘If they are responsible then we will talk to them, tell them that they do more harm to the cause of Islam and to Muslims in India through their actions’.
And the last comment by this wonderful Imam, follower of Religion {Cult} of Piss.
‘We were rulers here for 800 years. Inshaallah, we shall return to power here once again’, he said to loud approval by the nearly 200 assembled men.
Not a very nice thing to say, barely a week after Mozlum terrorist attacks.

anonymous twit on July 19, 2006 at 11:26 am

Craig C:I don’t have a web site never said I did .But I Went to your’s ‘food service’.Craig don’t forget i ordered no cheese+a large choc. shake.”Debbie Danny left false info to be able to post on your site”.Shut up and get take walk-in cleaned out Craig C.And have you taken their order yet?Your site Bio. says Food Service/sales.Go cleanup around the driveup window then take a break.”Debbie Danny,danny lied”What in the hell are you talking about?Fun to see all the comments (o)at your Blog.

danny on July 19, 2006 at 12:32 pm

danny: Do you realize that the majority of the people you bash on this site probably have the same core beliefs as you? Are you too stupid to realize that?

Manatoch on July 19, 2006 at 1:49 pm

wow what an ignorant zionist.

Che on July 19, 2006 at 3:55 pm

Manatoch;i think i’ll say that the majority of the people on this site love and trust debbie’s work and the level it get’s to here takes away from Debbie’s growth/work/teaching/…etc.and i’m at times more to blame than others.

danny on July 19, 2006 at 7:17 pm

I must say as a non Jewish American that I don’t give a rat’s ass about who pays for the evacuation. The greater issue is: What will give the best outcome in the Lebanon and Gaza situation?
Israel gave up territory in exchange for “peace”. They got only more violence in return from a people who seem to know nothing else, spurred on by the leaders of the religion of “peace”.
It’s time to kick the living shit out of Hezbolla in So Lebanon until they are destroyed and until the Lebanese govt realizes that the easier path is to disarm Hezbolla by any means necessary. At the same time the US and Israel need to communicate to Iran and Syria that they will be attacked via air if they continue with their support of Hamas and Hezbolla.
Right now we don’t have the resources or desire to occupy Iran or Syria but we can really hurt them with an attacks via air. We can do major damage with low casualties. Our Stealth fighters will cut through what passes as “air defense” with ease. How would they like their entire infrastructure destroyed? They won’t like living in the stone age. This will send the only message these fanatics understand. If they oppose us we will make their life a living hell until they stop. I say bomb the hell out of them. It’s kind of like punching a bully in the face. Sometimes it’s the only way to get the bully to back off.

Samoyed on July 20, 2006 at 2:59 am

Wow. Perhaps Debbie would like for Muslim Americans to wear little yellow crescents on their clothes so we can readily identify them…

gregdn on July 20, 2006 at 7:54 am

gregdn:Muslims are showing time and time again their hate and america’s future depends on stopping them.So Debbie showing what’s what with muslim’s living here might seem over kill for you and your’s ,to bad .BETTER SAFE THAN SORRY.

danny on July 20, 2006 at 10:42 am

Freedom is what the arabs are using against us here.We have to know who’s who.Do you think we can track the arab boat people?that would help

danny on July 20, 2006 at 8:14 pm

The idea of Muslims wearing yellow crescents is a good one. And the color is certainly appropriate.

Frank on July 21, 2006 at 2:37 pm

If they (dual-”citizens”) feel so comfortable living in Lebanon around the Hezbollah terrorists, then it’s time that they do not feel so comfortable living in America.

Loser on July 21, 2006 at 4:33 pm

YOU OBVIOUSLY DO NOT KNOW MUCH ABOUT SOUTHFIELD. IT IS HARDLY JAP-LAND. HAD I BEEN RAISED IN WEST BLOOMFIELD, THEN YOU WOULD LIKELY BE CORRECT IN ASSUMING I AM A JAP (JEWISH AMERICAN PRINCESS). SOUTHFIELD IS ANOTHER STORY. HOW WOULD I FEEL IF SOMEONE INCORRECTLY LABELED ME A JAP? I WOULD HARDLY NOTICE. HAS HAPPENED MANY TIMES.
DEBBIE SCHLUSSEL
Hey Deb, you know, when I look at your pic, your eyes slant a little…hmm

KOAJaps on July 22, 2006 at 4:00 am

I just want to comment on the fact that Debbie is 100% accurate!

WakeUp on March 29, 2008 at 6:00 am

Unfortunetly for you Debbie, your numbers are wrong and instead of just focusing on Dearborn, you should be focusing more on North America. Theres hundreds of thousands of Hezbollah supporters and theres absolutely nothing you can do about it. Go and write about something actually worth reading and something that people dont already know. As a matter of fact theres millions worldwide who support Hezbollah. There are probaly more supporters of Hezbollah then there are of Obama around the world.

Moussa on June 26, 2012 at 2:39 pm

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