May 19, 2008, - 10:26 am

If You Can’t Speak Al-English . . ., Comcast Will Open an Arabic Service Center; How Many Defrauded Immigration?

By Debbie Schlussel
So, you’re a Muslim in America, living in America’s own little satellite of Hezbollah stronghold Bint Jbeil, Lebanon a/k/a Dearbornistan. And while you live here–legally or otherwise–you simply haven’t taken it upon yourself to learn English.
Well, if you’re like the rest of its customers having repeated problems with Comcast cable “service,” you’ll no longer have to worry. You can press ithnan [“two” in Arabic]–or, maybe, wahed [“one”]–for Arabic.

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Dearborn Hezbo Call Center:

As-Salaam Aleikum from Comcast

I have some questions about this, such as why these people don’t speak English and how they’re able to stay here if they don’t. You must take the citizenship test in English in order to become a U.S. citizen. The only exception is if you’re mentally incompetent. So, how many of these uni-lingual, Arabic-only people are U.S. citizens, and whom did they pay off to either give them the answers to the citizenship test, let them skip it, and/or declare them “mentally incompetent”?:

In response to a burgeoning demand from the Arab-American community, Comcast is opening its first bilingual service center today to serve its Arabic speaking customers.
At 5070 Schaefer, just north of Michigan Avenue, the 3,360-square-foot office is aimed at serving a population that relies on Internet and digital voice functions to communicate with relatives and conduct business in the Middle East.
The office will provide information on the latest services and technology to Arabic speakers. The American Arab Chamber of Commerce, the Arab Community Center for Economic and Social Services [DS: Both of which openly support Hezbollah and HAMAS] and local politicians encouraged Comcast to open the center. The chamber conducted a survey to demonstrate the need.

Yup, I’m sure that “survey” was “reliable.” They’d never lie to increase their influence and shakedown a company for jobs and moolah. Nevah evah.

“We always try to make sure companies active in our community are accessible to our members,” said James Allen, chairman of the board of the American Arab Chamber of Commerce.
“This demonstrates the community is coming of age and that we have enough influence to persuade Comcast and other companies to be very interested in and very active in our community.”

Nope. This demonstrates shakedown capacity. ACCESS’ founder and former leader, Ismael Ahmed, idolized Jesse Jackson (and ran his Michigan campaign), so he and his organization learned from the best.

Comcast officials said that in seeking better relations with the many Arabic speakers in recent years, employees participated in training sessions with the chamber and ACCESS. The office will open with eight Arabic-speaking employees and expand to 16 over time.
“One of the key messages of that training was that, if you understand the culture, we realize we were not doing a good job of providing this community a place to do business face-to-face,” said Dave Buhl, senior vice president of Comcast Michigan. “The way we do business, traditionally, is from a call center or door to door, and both of those are not good matches for this culture.”

Al-Pander Bear award winner of the year?

Metro Detroit has about 123,400 people of Arab descent, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. But Arab leaders say the population may be more than twice that size, and uncounted in part because of language and cultural barriers.

Yes, how many are here illegally, “doubling” the figure?
Computer and cell phone technologies are particularly important to recent immigrants, who rely heavily on Arab-language news reports from the Middle East and use the Internet and digital voice services to communicate with relatives and conduct business overseas.
Yup, coordinating Hezbollah money-laundering ops with the buds in Lebanon and the banks in Kuwait needs a lot of Comcast support. Ditto for enabling access to the jihadist websites. Way to go Comcast.
If only we could keep track of who was calling Comcast’s new Arabic center, we’d learn the identities of a lot of immigration fraud perpetrators and illegal aliens who’ve far overstayed their “welcome”.
But we’ll never do that. It would harm ICE’s Abu Moskowitz’s (Michigan/Ohio ICE Special Agent in Charge Brian Moskowitz) chances for his next belly dance and extra-marital halal “shawarmeh” at Al-Ameer restaurant or the Bint Jbeil club.

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10 Responses

And exactly how many Secular, Atheist, Christian or Jewish groups are operating in Hizbollistan?

supercargo on May 19, 2008 at 11:22 am

This is why I have Directv now.

Squirrel3D on May 19, 2008 at 2:34 pm

I think its a good thing that companies like Comcast are expanding their call centers to provide support for languages other than English. Most people don’t feel comfortable speaking English and in their homes they always speak their native language. Comcast is just providing a service to their customers that their customers want.

PrincessKaren on May 19, 2008 at 2:45 pm

I feel comfortable speaking English in my home. Why? Because I’m an American and I live in America. So do these whiny little whelps. If they want to be here so damn bad they can learn the language or go home.

1shot1kill on May 19, 2008 at 3:33 pm

Gee, what to do about Comcast’s Sharia group hug…
http://www1.wowway.com/home/index.aspx
Same for Lowe’s insistence with promoting the Spanish language signage throughout their stores…
http://www.homedepot.com
This applies to any corporation that will practice this culture dived in America. Use alternatives that are not willing to harm this nation.
More of the same turd polishing with James Allen, Chairman at the AACoC, without Nasser Beydoun publically sporting a boner for the Hezbos and fugitive Talal Chahine.
“What they did was wrong,” said Nasser Beydoun, head of the American Arab Chamber of Commerce. “It was unethical. They had nothing on terrorism, and they knew that. They just wanted to put more pressure on him, which I think was dirty and underhanded.”
http://www.freep.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20080309/NEWS02/803090572/1004
PrincessKaren, please refrain from exposing your brain or lack there of.

West Dearbornistan on May 19, 2008 at 4:17 pm

…but I thought the Balkans were waaaayyyy over there?…not over here?
WTF?
Ya think Comcast administers to the Pals? I mean, didn’t ol’ Sec. Rice give them MY tax money to encourage call centers in Gaza? E Pluribus Unum anyone? huddled masses yearning to breathe free?
Do you think they watch Sabado Gigante too? Wonder if they’ll ask {demand} that Christian programming be removed from “their” channel line-up… Arab speaking installers too?
good grief.

Nuggler on May 19, 2008 at 4:33 pm

hey debbie do you have the number so we can call and bust balls?

PNAMARBLE on May 19, 2008 at 8:45 pm

I think its a good thing that companies like “Comcast are expanding their call centers to provide support for languages other than English. Most people don’t feel comfortable speaking English and in their homes they always speak their native language. Comcast is just providing a service to their customers that their customers want.”
Posted by: PrincessKaren
And that is why I am using Directv now. If comcast (as well as you) is in the business of dividing america, they can do it WITHOUT ME!!
Your no princess, your just a ho.

Squirrel3D on May 20, 2008 at 12:38 am

That photo looks like a Latina.
Anyway, as a Latina myself, I say: “One MUST speak the language of the country one lives in” And that’s English!
The official language MUST be English, HERE!

allat on May 20, 2008 at 4:12 pm

If you think this is bad then you have to come to Dodger Stadium when they swear in Mexican immigrants that are becoming citizens.
They allow the Mexicans to take the oath in Spanish, all 10,000 of them.
A good friend of mine that became a citizen from Indonesia proudly took his oath in English during a separate ceremony at Dodger Stadium for everybody else.

ScottyDog on May 20, 2008 at 7:42 pm

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