March 23, 2007, - 10:21 am
By Debbie Schlussel
Thank Heaven (but NOT Allah) for small favors.
A Muslim group planned to disrupt this weekend’s IAAF World Cross Country Championships in Mombasa, Kenya to “draw attention” to Kenyan Islamic terrorists who are now jailed in Ethiopia and Somalia. But they decided to cancel their obnoxious plans to stop the races, blaming–who else?!–the United States for “stoking fear” by issuing a terror alert.
Hmmm . . . Muslims plan to disrupt an athletic event on behalf of Islamic terrorists–sounds like quite an appropriate plan over which to issue a terror alert. And which is more frightening: a) that a group of Islamic extremists (redundant) plans to riot into an athletic event on behalf of jailed Islamic terrorist killers; or b) that a safe country, which wants to keep its citizens safe, issued a warning to its citizens to stay away from such an event?
If you answered b), go visit the Rosie O’D Ward at Roosevelt Hospital.
Sheikh Mohamed Dor, Secretary-General of the Council of Imams and Preachers of Kenya (their own little version of CAIR, only worse) is steamed at America, NOT at his friends the terrorists. He said he canceled the planned “disruption” because
“enemies” of Muslims might exploit the furor surrounding the U.S. terror alert and cause violence.
“There’s a very likely chance that our enemies will take advantage of our reputation that Muslims are the ones who like violence, and who are connected with terrorists,” Dor told The Associated Press.
Reputation? Seems that it’s not just a “reputation.” How many other religions have interrupted a sporting event on behalf of terrorists, in recent memory?
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