July 1, 2013, - 2:52 pm
Two-and-a-half years ago, when Lara Logan was gang-raped by Egyptian Muslim democracy protesters, I wrote that Logan got a taste of the Islamic liberation she was cheering on at Tahrir Square. The whole world came down on me for daring to make this statement. I was attacked by bloggers (and fake journalists like new FOX News CNN-reject Howie Kurtz) on the left and on the right, all of whom apparently think Islam treats chicks with respect and that I should gush over this verbal-fellatio-to-Islamic-“democracy” Lara Logan and not call a spade a spade. This included the looks-challenged, calorically-gifted Jenn Taylor (this beast puts the “cow” in coward), who was then working for David Horowitz and is now an editor of Michelle Malkin’s self-masturbation site, Twitchy (which cheered on and whitewashed violent Muslim threats against me from around the world).
They attacked me for calling out Lara Logan’s endless broadcast fantasies about the democracy protesters of Tahrir Square, the reality of which was realized in her gang rape at their hands. I was also attacked in the New York Times by Maureen Dowd. And, afterward, Logan wouldn’t blame Islam, saying she didn’t know Muslim men rape women. Instead, she blamed just men, and compared her Egyptian rapists to American men. Now, there is yet another Western female reporter who’s been raped by Islamic “revolutionaries” in Tahrir Square. So sad, too bad. Not like she didn’t have a preview called Lara Logan and centuries of Islam.
No Tears for “Lara Logan, The Sequel”
Egyptian media reported Sunday that a Dutch journalist was raped by several men in Cairo’s Tahrir Square a few days ago. Dina Zakaria, a journalist reporting for the “Egypt 25” news channel affiliated with the January 25 revolution, shared the incident on her Facebook page Sunday: “A Dutch journalist in Tahrir was raped by men who dub themselves revolutionists. Her condition is severe and she is hospitalized.”
Meanwhile, a state hospital issued a statement that the journalist was admitted after being raped by five men several days ago. She underwent surgery and has been released. It was also reported that Egypt’s Prosecutor General Talaat Abdallah ordered his staff to go to the hospital to hear the woman’s story and reveal the circumstances behind the violent attack.
No tears from me for the raped Dutch reporter. She’s, no doubt, in Egypt to also cheer on the Islamic democracy protesters–many of whom elected the Muslim Brotherhood’s Mohammed Morsi and are now protesting again because they thought he’d be different than what he and his party said they are about. Shocker. I really couldn’t care less for a reporter who goes into Islamic countries–where we know Muslims regard women as chattel and living sex toys–and expects them to behave like Western gentleman. You go to Egypt expecting that, as you cheer on the Muslims there, I shed no tears for what happens to you. That’s the breaks when you take your chances and go to Egypt. The Western women who get raped there–including Logan and this reporter–are liberal moronettes who think they are doing G-d’s work cheering on these savages and pretending they aren’t savages, but “democrats.” Then, when they get “liberated” by these “democrats,” I’m supposed to feel sorry for them? Hilarious.
This stuff didn’t really happen under Hosni Mubarak because he ruled with an iron fist, a fist sadly needed to keep these savages in line. But the Western reporters called for and helped cause his demise. So, I really can’t feel sorry for them, when they fall victim to the savagery they wanted to let loose and whose side they took against a stable Egyptian leader that previously ruled the roost.
“Lara Logan: The Arab Mandingo Sequel,” like most sequels, is tiresome and boring. Next.
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