August 23, 2010, - 4:02 pm

Muslim “Missing Kid” Ad: Scary Metaphor for America

By Debbie Schlussel

Recently, a flier in my mail bore this missing child ad for Soomaiiah Jalaaluddeen Quraiishi, below.  I couldn’t help but notice how much her time progression photos match, sadly, America’s REgression.

It’s a metaphor for the way this country is going because we focused on mosques two blocks from Ground Zero and didn’t give a crap about Muslims pouring into the country, having anchor babies, and spreading their hate and extremism.  America is kind of like the picture of Ms. Quraiishi at age seven when she went missing.  And in a decade or two it will be like the age-progressed photos, as it becomes more and more Islamic–as we continue to bend, bow, and–yes–break for Islam’s continuing imposition.  The only difference is, in a few generations, when we are all forced, like Ms. Quraaishi into Islamic submission, I doubt we’ll be smiling.

And it’s NOT a metaphor, but a pathetic reality about the changes in our country, that we must now affix Islamic clothing to age-progressed photos of missing kids from America.

I was wondering who this girl is and I assumed the usual:  that her Muslim father kidnapped her, and that’s why she is now shown in a hijab.  It’s a story we’ve heard over and over of stupid women who marry Muslims, and this is what they reap:  a lifetime of heartache over an Islamicized daughter they’ll never see again.

So, I did a little research.

Sure enough, the National Center or Missing and Exploited Children says:  “Case Type:  Family Abduction.”  Shocker.  Unfortunately, being politically correct as the group is, they don’t tell you the full story or much of it at all–that it was probably her father that kidnapped her, that her mother is probably some White American woman who is not Muslim, etc.  Like I said, this is the usual drill with this stuff.

Here’s more from the Center’s description:

She may be in Lahore or Karachi, Pakistan, in the surrounding area of the Christian Muree Convent School in Muree, Pakistan or may be at a local orphanage in the vicinity of Junieh, Lebanon or An Nabk, Syria. The child may have entered the United Arab Emirates on January 12, 2002, Bombay, India on January 13, 2002 and London, England on January 22, 2002.

Hmmm . . . She was taken out of the country just months before 9/11 and ferried all over the dregs of the Mid-East (actually dregs are the Mid-East, but you get my point). Interesting.

Yeah, well, with only that to go on, good luck finding her. She’s probably in a full-ninja niqab (face veil with eye slits) by now. And soon, that will be America’s fate, too.

You and I may not see it in our lifetime, but the way America is rolling over and playing dead on our own shores, it’ll happen in a few generations. Only a few.

And, soon, there will be no such reports because there will be no need to kidnap your kids to an Islamic country. America will be one.

Have you seen our missing country? Me neither. Time to file a missing country report.

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36 Responses

That’s really disturbing. I thought it was just a goof at first glance.

Putting a burqa on an “age-progressed” pic???

Why not just go one step further and “age-progress” her into those complete blue sacks with just eye slits?

Oh, and how gross was that scene in “Sex and the City II” where the muslim woman has to lift up her burqa hood to stuff a french fry into her maw? That made me sick.

100 proof American on August 23, 2010 at 4:16 pm

    We have a problem and this has now been the gazillionth and one time Debbie has written about it. The real tragedy is no one cares enough to do anything about it.

    Nearly a decade after 9/11, we have internalized dhimmitude far better than our enemies ever expected.

    Yup, with the way things are going, that missing country report is going to have to be filed now. And who will bother to find America while it still can save itself?

    That national missing country picture is already on the wall. Some metaphor its turning out to be for the 21st Century.

    NormanF on August 23, 2010 at 4:26 pm

No one is doing much about the kids in such mixed marriages. Its not considered politically correct to criticize Islam.

In a few generations, we’ll have more to worry about than missing kids spirited abroad. And no one is paying any attention to the real problem behind the symptom. After all, its just a mosque at Ground Zero!

Yeah, right.

NormanF on August 23, 2010 at 4:19 pm

I have a hard time feeling sorry for American women hooking up with muzzies. I watched the Betty Mamoudi story last week. The first time I saw it in the late 1980s, I was horrified.

When I watched it this time, I laughed outloud. It’s like dating Dr. Courlis, of course you’re going to die, or barely get out alive.

As goes on August 23, 2010 at 4:57 pm

Debbie you are right about this country bending over forward to muslims. We must be keep vigilant about every step Muslims make. I support your site and is my first choice on issues relating Islam. However the mosque near Ground Zero has awoke many in this country. Many people who had didn’t have a passing thought about the motives of Muslims now are waking up. A little late but many people I have a met are now finally understanding Islam. Bush did damage by deflecting criticisms of Islam. Now with a Muslim president people are seeing the connection of a president and his relations with other Muslims. With 70 to 75 against this mosque we can only hope that it evolves more awareness of Muslim actions. Or then again the American masses may go back to watching Snooki on the Jersey Shore.

CaliforniaScreaming on August 23, 2010 at 5:05 pm

Politically Correct. Dhimmitude. Taquiyyah. Barack Hussein Obama. Look how far we have fallen since September 11th, 2010.

Who would have thought? It is absolutely disgusting. The countries culture is in ruins and like any bizarro world, ass backwards.

On top of that, I am seeing more than ever so-called Conservatives being so bloody moderate and neutered. This is a fearless site and that and the content has my attention.

Other than that, Rush, Jim Quinn and Mike Church are the few peeps telling it like it is. We need more brave peeps like them and DS.

Skunky on August 23, 2010 at 5:10 pm

Since a liberal judge has decided recently that a muslim man can rape his wife with impunity, simply because his religion says it’s okay, nothing that happens in this country can suprise me. We are in big trouble.

Farmerjohn on August 23, 2010 at 5:23 pm

    Its illegal to rape your wife in this country.

    But if you’re a Muslim man, all is forgiven. Its just a cultural particularity of theirs that needs to be accommodated.

    Yup, we’re well on the way to being immersed in dhimmitude.

    NormanF on August 23, 2010 at 7:13 pm

You’re right Debbie. This summer I was traveling. First, to El Cajon, CA. Big Muslim area. Women in full Islamic dress. Then, to Campbell, CA. Same story. Got pizza at Muslim-owned pizzeria (didn’t realize right away). al Queda types walking in and out. Went to a restaurant in La Jolla, CA. Full on Taliban dude in the bathroom. Wife and kids suited up.

Horrifying.

sonomaca on August 23, 2010 at 5:25 pm

    Now of course, ultra orthodox Jews do dress differently too and they have different customs but they aren’t imposing their lifestyle and rules upon the rest of America.

    Muslims demand that we live by their rules even as they can ignore following them when its convenient for them. That is why the way they dress and how they live really matters a great deal.

    The point is Muslims unlike Jews, do not want to live under our rules and accept our way of life – they want to change both to their liking. That is why the ad is more than a just scary metaphor for what could happen to America in the future.

    NormanF on August 23, 2010 at 7:22 pm

What do you expect? The idiots (democrats and morons) put a Muzzie in the White House. And that POS will bend this country over as far as he can.

Dave on August 23, 2010 at 5:33 pm

This isn’t only a problem for America. One group that should know better are Israeli women. Yet every few months I read of a Jewish woman who married a Palestinian after converting, has a few kids, then has to be literally rescued from a life of oppression. And think of the kids who have to be deprogrammed after all the hate they’ve been exposed to.

On a lighter note, 100 Proof writes, “Oh, and how gross was that scene in “Sex and the City II” where the muslim woman has to lift up her burqa hood to stuff a french fry into her maw?”

Check out this video of a woman in a burqa trying to eat spaghetti. Coming soon to a food court near you.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yhjnAVnY5ns&feature=search

Raymond in DC on August 23, 2010 at 5:53 pm

    Yes, Raymond—there’s an organization I read about designed to rescue these women from their insane husbands.

    Occam's Tool on November 9, 2011 at 4:21 pm

Developments like this really should make us look a little differently at the mainstream reaction to the way we typecast our enemies as subhuman during prior wars, such as the Japanese during World War II, and the Commies during at least the early part of the Cold War.

Granted, there may have been a little exaggeration (but not much) in the way we characterized them, but the virtue of this characterization was that none of us tried to show how tolerant our society was of Communists or Japanese then-fascists. There was thus no danger of losing the cultural war to our enemies; but now, with our ‘enlightened’ understanding of our enemies, and our PC need to show our tolerance of them, PC has run amuck. This happens much of the time with political movements. Once they start, they plow forward and the sycophants of these movements go farther and farther, thinking of new ways to show their adherence to these movements.

Conversely, we appeased Nazi Germany until the beginning of WW II; there are books about how mainstream public opinion was sympathetic to Hitler until we were actually at war with them. Lots of people sought to show how we ‘understood’ the Germans, and this ‘understanding’ prevented the kind of mobilization that was needed.

We need to remember the subtle way that PC erodes our national will when we cast potshots at Debbie for presenting original stories about our PC surrender to Muslims in beauty contests, immigration and other situations.

Little Al on August 23, 2010 at 7:13 pm

    The Japanese and ITALIANS that were interned during WW2 were NOT Fascists. They were American citizens, either born there or Naturilized and legal aliens on the way to becoming citizens. That’s awhole different thing than interning known Communists, even tho the USSR was your ally then.
    Isn’t it interesting that no German-Americans, many of whom did admire the Fuehrer, were allowed to go free? Yes I know some got harassed by neighbors etc. but none was imprisoned simply for being German.

    mk750 on August 24, 2010 at 3:31 am

Now, they know she is out of the country. No evidence that she has reentered America. Why would they waste the ink and postage to mail this to people in America? Are there no missing kids here in America that they could have spent the money on? How about we look for THOSE kids that are missing and let the rest of the world worry about their kids.

Next peta will start putting missing gerbils on milk cartons demanding equal time.

ender on August 23, 2010 at 9:09 pm

And, it’s not just in the United States; it’s here in Canada too. We’re being Islamified, and we’re worse off (there’s no Constitution; there’s no separation of mosque and state; there’s no unifying historical narrative; we have Multiculturalism written into Law; we have one-tenth the population of the US, but import ten times the number of “refugees”, which thanks to the ultra-Leftist Supreme Court has given them the same rights as a Canadian citizen as soon as they set foot on Canadian soil; there is no deportation; we have rampant “citizens” of convenience, with huge numbers living in Lebanon with Canadian citizenship; in 20 years time, nearly half of all Canadians will be foreign-born — primarily from South Asia; there are already large “no-go” zones in Canadian cities…the list just goes on and on…eventually we’re going to wind up looking just like Pakistan; our citizens impoverished, ignorant, backwards, corrupt, and lazy.

J.S. on August 24, 2010 at 12:19 am

    JS, in 1776 a good deal of the US was “foreign born” and look what they did with no government schools, taxes or interference. The Constitution consisted of a Bill of Rights comprising Ten basic principles.

    mk750 on August 24, 2010 at 3:35 am

mk750, I am glad you agree with at least a small portion of what I wrote. Even at the height of the 50s, the Democrats underestimated the Communist threat. It took Richard Nixon, during the best part of his career to put Alger Hiss in jail, and of course the Communists were never rounded up, even though legislation was passed to inter them in time of national emergency.

The problem with the Japanese during WW II is that we didn’t know which were which. Some who were interred may have been loyal, although given the polls showing how many Muslims today support our enemies (including US Muslims), I would be surprised if it was very many. Remember that we were dealing with potentialities as well as actions.

But I think mk750, you are missing my point. My major point was that if nothing else, demonization of our enemies prevented the PC movements that glorified them, and caused us to make concession after concession to them, giving up our culture to them as we are doing with Muslims today. That is by far the greater evil.

And it is something to remember when readers think the characterizations of Muslims are too harsh. During the 1940s we did not PC everything Japanese, and during the 1950s we did not PC everything Communist. That happened later, during the ‘enlightened’ decades after that. During the 1950s, it was confined to a few misguided liberals.

The more lenient treatment of Germans during WW II was quite likely an outgrowth of the pandering to Hitler during the 1930s that I referred to in an earlier comment, as well as to the anti-semitic feelings that were quite prevalent during the 1930s. This lenient treatment took place alongside continuous German attempts to subvert Latin American and the United States, some of which were successful.

At least the movies of that period recognized that the Germans were our enemies.

Little Al on August 24, 2010 at 5:51 am

    Al, a lot of what you wrote here is true but I don’t accept the part about “not knowing which was which.” Why, because they all look alike? I notice you didn’t address the little known issue of Italian-Americans being rounded up too. I guess my Daddy and his brother got to wear US Army uniforms as Pharmacists, instead of doing hard labor in Montana because they were stereotypically fair with blue eyes, even tho they’d been born in Italy. OTOH, Maybe my Uncle Jerry would have preferred Montana to Guadalcanal.

    mk750 on August 24, 2010 at 10:31 am

With the way Europe is bending over for the Islamic onslaught, and Canada not far behind, when will the people of the United States wake up??? What will it take? And how many liberal judges will set precedent with our laws making it virtually impossible to STOP the Islamification of the united States? And anyone who thinks this will take a couple of hundred years hasn’t been paying attention. The irony is, they’ve made MORE strides SINCE 9/11 than they had before!

DG in GA on August 24, 2010 at 9:15 am

“The irony is, they’ve made MORE strides SINCE 9/11 than they had before!”

This is because Americas leaders are acting like a rape victim who blames themselves for the attack. So they think if they spread the wealth and let as many muslims in as possible they will like us. They are ignorant fools. They should have taken the self defense response and start kicking them out and restricting visa’s to reduce their flow in.

ender on August 24, 2010 at 10:00 am

for more on Italian-American internment see: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Italian_American_internment

Lisa Scottoline, the mystery writer and attorney, also brought this out in “The Vendetta Defense.” You can go there to find more on her research.

mk750 on August 24, 2010 at 10:38 am

100 Proof,

I cannot believe that you actually watched “Sex and the City.”

Yikes!

(grin)

William on August 24, 2010 at 10:55 am

This age-progressed photograph lacks some elements which would render it as more credible. Where are the black eyes, bruises and other signs of submission to Islam?

Charles Kastriot on August 24, 2010 at 2:42 pm

a. Lots of the internees were not American citizens.

b. Being an American citizen didn’t mean they weren’t fascists.

c. The internments occurred because of numerous instances of espionage or attempted espionage coming to the attention of the War Department. This support of fascists made the Japanese, Italians and Germans fascist sympathizers to say the least.

d. There is much more muslim espionage, subversion and support of our enemies now than ever took place during World War II. We are losing precious time. They should be rounded up now, and put into camps unless or until their loyalty can be proven by rigorous standards.

e. Not knowing which was which? Although you sound reasonably educated, you really need to work on your reading comprehension. I was writing about a distinction within the Japanese community between loyal and disloyal Japanese. This distinction was not made more obscure by Japanese racial characteristics; it was made more obscure by the deception of the disloyal Japanese who did not customarily publicize their disloyal thoughts or actions to American authorities.

Come on now!

Little Al on August 24, 2010 at 5:09 pm

Cite your sources Al. And there is nothing wrong with my reading comprehension. I’m not a mind reader. All you said was words to the effect that no one could tell the difference. I simply made a sarcastic comment on that statement. As for Italians being Fascist supporters, not one that I knew or was related to growing up had any respect for Il Duce. My Mother studied medicine in Rome during the early 30′s and because of some special circumstances that let her live in a luxurious neighborhood amid the elite, she got to see the “real” Mussolini, not the guy on the balcony given to rants and grandiose speeches. She was impressed with his intelligence and perceptiveness but totally dismayed at how he was misusing it. She could never support him particularly because he misused his talents and sought only to magnify himself rather than truly serve his people. Most of our acquaintances, friends and family felt the same way.
Lisa Scottoline’s research supports this view not yours.

mk750 on August 25, 2010 at 4:17 pm

Anecdotal evidence cannot be used as a benchmark in a discussion like this. Lisa Scottoline is not a scholar; she is a pop author who writes best sellers and her research does not meet scholarly standards. She lists a few books she consults at the end of some of her novels. That is not the same is including detailed footnotes enabling a reader to refer to the same sources and reach the same conclusions. And her sources are secondary; no documents or papers from scholarly libraries.

For US support of Mussolini during the 20s and 30s among large sections of the US, including, of course Italians, John P Diggens wrote the classic work in 1972, published by Princeton. Among the many sources of Japanese espionage is Tony Matthews, among others, but the conclusions of Italian sympathy towards fascism and the existence of Japanese espionage by a country that wound up killing thousands of US Servicemen at Pearl Harbor should be self-evident.

On methodology, sarcastic comments muddy up discussions, because they do not state thoughts explicitly; rather, they are veiled in sarcasm. That is why the best scholarly books do not contain sarcasm, or if they do, it is occasional and muted.

Yessir, Mussolini was sure intelligent; did a fine job with Italy, and his grandiosity. Kinda like those folks in the 30s who visited the Soviet Union (sic) and discovered the ‘real’ Uncle Joe, or Mr. Bush who discovered the ‘real’ Putin.

Little Al on August 25, 2010 at 7:40 pm

Sp. correction; s/b John P. Diggins. What did your mother think about the ‘real’ Mussolini’s attitudes towards Jews?

Little Al on August 25, 2010 at 7:46 pm

    Mussolini’s attitude towards Jews scared her into denying she was one although there is conflicting opinion on how seriously his orders were to be taken by Italian generals. Certainly some of his cabinet were anti-semites. The Italian sympathizers were mostly in the very Germanified North. Italians did a lot to save Jews, and please don’t bring Pius xii into this, he is not representative of all Italians either nationally or religiously. Italians are among the most anti-clerical people on the face of the Earth. If you want to believe the carefully crafted image of Mussolini, that’s your problem. His gradiosity and FDR’s refusal to ally with a “fascist” is what ruined Italy at that time. I was in Europe in 1958 for the first time and Italy was making a better recovery than say, England where we couldn’t even get close enough to St. Paul’s to appreciate Wren’s architecture for all the rubble. In contrast, Monte Cassino was totally rebuilt. One can be intelligent and possibly cultivated and put a totally different face on publicly to rally the masses whom he actually despises and feels superior to. I was saying that my mother saw that side, which was the real man behind the mask. If anything it made him even more reprehensible.

    Yes, I am aware that Scottoline is a popular author but she’s also an attorney and knows how to present evidence. I thought she had actually written a book on this subject but it doesn’t appear on her web site. I do remember her discussing it in “The Vendetta Defense” but she also had personal experience. Her father was one of the detainees and she is in possession of his documentation.

    As for Princeton, feh! I scoff at that place. I had an eye doctor who was the first Italian to be admitted to Princeton in 1929. Pretty late, wouldn’t you say? Then I had a cousin who graduated in 1952 who was the first Italian to play football for them. My personal experience was that I applied in 1974 as a transfer student. I was told in the rejection letter to try the Women’s Studies program because I had a husband and child. My cousin died while working for Princeton Press and they put a bust of him in the library so I was a “legacy” but this is the answer I got. I would have accepted that my grades weren’t quite good enough but this was a total insult. They are so bigoted I wouldn’t trust their scholarship on something like Italian American “support” of Fascism if it came notarized.

    There was cautious optimism for Mussolini early on but when FDR forced his hand and he caved to the Reich in 1938, sentiment changed and those Italian Americans gave wholehearted support to their American President and the US war effort. Still because my Uncle Jerry “couldn’t be trusted” he was sent to Guadalcanal not Europe where his sympathies might waver. My Dad got sick and actually was discharged early.

    mk750 on August 26, 2010 at 7:17 pm

If you like Debbie’s stuff, run over to Amazon.com and immediately buy Tom Kratman’s novel, Caliphate. I am NOT Tom, incidentally. You will NOT be disappointed. And that means you,too,Debbie–if you haven’t read it, you need to. Then you, too, will become a fan of the Greatest Science Fiction Writer on the Planet.

Tom’s work extrapolates America Alone into the realm of science fiction. It is both horrifying and grimly prophetic. See Mark Steyn’s review of it, and then buy it!

Occam's Tool on August 25, 2010 at 8:17 pm

I, on the other hand, _am_ Tom Kratman. I am not the greatest Sci Fi writer on the planet. I think I can say with a straight face that I’m the most militarily competent, possibly the most literarily ruthless, and at least a contender for least PC Sci Fi writer on the planet. But greatest?

I’m going to have to work on that one. A lot.

Tom Kratman on August 26, 2010 at 10:23 pm

    Sorry, Tom. There’s no denying your destiny (sound of breath mask).

    Occam's Tool on November 9, 2011 at 4:13 pm

ok let me start off by saying i am from the U.S and so is my family i am white. Muslims are not the real problem with this country its mexicans over 15 mill have jumped the boarder 1 bad thing happens and its hate on that race well f all mexicans u people are to dumb to open ur eyes and see that mexicans are rapen and killing us all.

BiG-D on December 6, 2011 at 11:36 am

It irks me to see how little knowledge Americans have. You have a brain, use it wisely. What’s worse is the fact that you guys are ADULTS. For gods sake, are you guys for real? I’m having a hard time figuring out whether this is a sad attempt of a joke or you guys are really THAT dumb. Maybe before you start dissing other religions you should read the holy book itself and then open your fat mouths. Listen to whatever the media tell you, or the president who just say there and did NOTHING when 9/11 happened. I’m not a Muslim, but I study media and the media doesn’t give two shits about you people. As long as people are tuning in and paying attention to their exaggerated stories nothing else matters. Maybe some Muslims are complete brainless violent douchebags, but your lack of evidence and lack of logic, lame accusations of a peaceful religion disgusts me.all religions want the same thing, peace. And no, Mexicans are not a problem in America. It’s Americans like you who try to create hate and let the media brainwash your little barely-existing brains that are ruining America. You’re a sad excuse of a human Debbie.

Anna on November 29, 2013 at 8:15 am

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