July 11, 2013, - 5:46 pm

Oday Aboushi: Meet the NFL New York Jets’ Jew-Hating HAMAS Palestinian Muslim

By Debbie Schlussel

I was out all day representing clients at hours and hours of depositions. But, while I was out, the New York Jets resident Jew-hating Palestinian Muslim player made himself and his anti-Israel BS known to the world. I knew this day was coming: when anti-Semitic bigots of Palestinian descent like Oday Aboushi would use their athletic podiums to spread their anti-Semitic, anti-Israel hate. Yes, there have been many other anti-Semitic pro athletes who’ve made outrageous comments against Jews. But, now that there’s a HAMAS-sympathizing Palestinian Muslim Arab on the Jets–Aboushi was drafted just recently at the 2013 NFL Draft–he has a forum to attack the largest population of Jews in any city in the world. The self-proclaimed “first Palestinian drafted by the NFL” calls Israel the “Nakba” [Arabic for "disaster" or "catastrophe"] and retweeted anti-Israel crap on Twitter back in January (and has repeated with other similar crap ever since):

HAMAS NFL USA! . . .
odayaboushi

New York Jets HAMASnik: Oday Aboushi & His Palestinian Muslim Family

odayaboushiisrael

Oday Aboushi Retweeted This False, Anti-Israel “News” Story

odayaboushiramadan

Sadly, New York’s Jews will probably still go to Jets games, buy Jets paraphernalia, and do nothing to make the team dump him. They just don’t have the self-respect and modicum of cojones to say NO. Years ago, when Heisman Trophy winner Charlie Ward played for the New York Knicks and attacked Jews in Sports Illustrated, he got a few boos before the game began, but after that the wimpy Jews who packed the house in Madison Square Garden forgot all about it and cheered him on.






Don’t expect the Jets or the NFL to do anything on this either. They now realize that, with growing Islamic immigration and large birthrates, they can grow their audience through the “Religion of Peace and Fort Hood and Boston Marathon Massacres and Flying Planes Into Buildlings.” And gazillionaire NFL owners still hold onto the repeatedly failed pipe dream of international expansion (see World League of American Football and other failed NFL foreign disasters). They think this international NFL audience they’ll never get is populated by the world’s Muslims. And they don’t want to offend them. Halal Cha-ching!

As a recovering former sports agent, I can tell you that since Aboushi was picked in the Draft’s fifth round, he’s probably not too good, so there’s hope the team will cut that halal Nazi fatass. But that’s the only hope for justice against this limp halal schmuck.

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I wonder if he is going to try to blow himself up during a halftime show?

DS_ROCKS! on July 11, 2013 at 6:10 pm

    No, he wont, they use woman and children for that job!

    Betzalel on July 11, 2013 at 8:29 pm

Human garbage will be garbage. That cannot be changed. But the person to really put the blame on this is Woody Johnson (whose money comes from his family interest in the Johnson & Johnson corporation). Do you think that Leon Hess, the former owner would have permitted Aboushi to open his mouth to spew garbage? I don’t think he would have, and not just because Hess was the son of a Jewish Hungarian immigrant. If Al Davis were alive and he was the owner of the Jets, you could be sure that Aboushi would have kept his mouth shut. Woody Johnson is the one to criticize here and he should be called to the carpet on it.

Ralph Adamo on July 11, 2013 at 6:16 pm

This Palestinian immigrant just took a job away from a black man!

Jonathan E. Grant on July 11, 2013 at 6:19 pm

Send the scumbag back to his fake country of “palestine”.

Laura on July 11, 2013 at 6:46 pm

Many muslims are taught anti-Semitism. It seems to be taught by imams and is not unlike what European Christians were taught for more than a millennium. Anti Jewish stereotypes and hatred is rampant and is quite disgusting. This creates paranoia and sets up a dangerous scapegoat phenomena. Recently the Turkish Prime Minister blamed self created problems on the “Jewish Diaspora”.

But I have to say this on the surface is not that blatant and not surprising. Do you think that a Palestinian will celebrate the creation of Israel? Until we see a quote or action that is truly Anti-Semitic, and is attributed to the athlete, then I would not expect the Jets to act.

sanjay on July 11, 2013 at 7:09 pm

    sanjay, you’re waiting for an overt act before they consider dumping him?
    First, if some NFL player called a bunch of indians dot heads, how long do you think it would be before the NFL would decry the ‘hateful’ comments blah blah blah.
    If some NFL player would utter something about blacks who steal all the welfare out of a nation, or about mexicans filling up the hospitals, and costing us everything for medical care…. now that would cause immense umbrage, outrage, calls for the player to be shunned.
    But call Israel a nakba, a disaster- and you of course, ask for something really anti-semitic.
    This last year an egyptian wrestler wouldn’t shake the hand of an Israeli wrestler who beat her- the ref called this a foul and insisted she shake hands- actually the egyptian wrestler bit the Israeli and drew blood- go figure. The moslem athletes who refuse to train next to Israeli’s who refuse a sporting handshake, that you see it carte blanche approval of actions to remove jews and Israeli’s from Israel.
    Now…let your imagination wander a bit…. what kind of actions do you think muslims might take to do such a thing…?
    Thats right- jew hating anti-semitic actions as they done forever, and long before Israel was born.

    mgoldberg on July 11, 2013 at 8:04 pm

The one thing that A-rabs have not brought lock, stock and barrel has been the NFL. This has all changed when that owner brought Jacksonville. It is simply another step toward the Muhammadization of the planet. What exactly did he say?

Politics aside, I am a NY fan and you have to wonder why he was selected in the first place. I do not believe he has the skill set required for the league and it is possible that A-rab influence and wealth was a reason he signed. The only other A-rab that I am aware that played in the NFL, line wise, was Shar Pourdanish out of Reno. He was a respectable lineman. There are plenty of black players that adopted Muslim names but these are the only two. Correct me if I am wrong.

It has long been known that teams always do not sign the best of players. Other decisions go into a player making a roster such as what school they are from, who they know, who they look like, some dork that is a scout [ probably got into the organization by someone he knew] etc.

AR on July 11, 2013 at 8:13 pm

    So. AR, are you satisfied with the Patriots spin,
    considering that they signed an admitted gang banger,
    when it was common knowledge.
    A majority of the Raiders fans at the Coliseum are gang
    affiliated and will embrace Hernandez, when his current legal
    problems are settled.
    That is who the peeps emulate.

    New England Potatohead on July 11, 2013 at 8:57 pm

      I have been saying that Hernandez was a slug before this story broke. I am not even sure how this slug even got recruited for Division I.

      AR on July 11, 2013 at 10:04 pm

        Urban Meyer.

        BethesdaDog on July 12, 2013 at 4:49 am

      I never thought that New England should have even made an attempt for Hernandez in any round. They should have passed on him.

      As far as Oakland, I have much knowledge of that team and I can tell you that I have been in more than one NFL stadium. You are right in what you say about the Raiders. That is because California is pretty much Mexico. They are not actually football fans but illegals and criminals that congregate at the stadium, tail gate, cause nothing but trouble, do drive-by shootings and stabbings in the parking lot, and it was really atrocious when they did this criminal activity during the annual contest between the 40-ers. Mind you, this was a rival since the early 70s.

      AR on July 11, 2013 at 10:16 pm

      BTW, The Oakland Raiders offensive tackle, a division III product, Jarod Veldheer can really rack ass. Go watch that dude destroy the best of defensive ends. They did a piece on him about how he lifted during the off season and now resembles the incredible hulk.

      AR on July 11, 2013 at 11:28 pm

      I really usually do not take sides. Quite frankly, the whole middle east thing is distinctively boring for me, and as with most Americans, could really care less. However, I was watchin a video on Youtube and these soldiers from Israel threw stones at this little Palestinian girl and struck her in the eye. I cannot for the life of my understand why they would do this. Can anyone explain these actions?

      AR on July 11, 2013 at 11:32 pm

        AR wrote:” I really usually do not take sides. Quite frankly, the whole middle east thing is distinctively boring for me, and as with most Americans, could really care less. However, I was watchin a video on Youtube and these soldiers from Israel threw stones at this little Palestinian girl and struck her in the eye. I cannot for the life of my understand why they would do this. Can anyone explain these actions?”
        ———
        I haven’t found the definitive proof against the accusation, but I’m curious- you say, ‘I really usually do not take sides”, yet you plaster this likely false accusation to appose Schlussels demonstration of the guys twitter falsehoods.
        So… you do take sides, as it, this is the IDF your claiming did this.
        And… maybe you might look at the facts and the reality, even though, you don’t really care- or so you claim.
        Which side teaches it’s children that the others are descended from apes and pigs, and have no claim to any of that land, ever, never did. Which side is that?
        Which side hides it’s soldiers behind children so that the death count of kids will go up and they can photoshop fake reality?
        Which side teaches in summer camps, the children how to wage war against the kaffirs, the infidel jews? 5 yr olds and up…… which side?
        Which side shoots children in their beds, blows up buses of children calls these children ‘terrorists’ and revels in their deaths.
        Which side is that… again.

        No… you don’t really care…. and you take sides.
        Let that be clear.

        mgoldberg on July 12, 2013 at 10:26 am

          I do not know about all that stuff you mentioned between the two groups; but why would the ADL come out and defend him?

          AR on July 14, 2013 at 1:10 am

          Politics aside, you are talking about other stuff and do not answer the fundamental question as so why the kid was struck in the eye with a rock by a soldier [ grown ass man] Couldn’t this soldier find someone with a rife or something?

          AR on July 14, 2013 at 1:13 am

        one last thing: maybe you should could all the attacks against women and children by muslims and arabs, against Israel and then sit back on your sideline.
        They just did some in boston here this spring and more are coming.

        But go watch the videos of how the arab town of ramallah in 2000′ or so, captured two off duty army guys, then proceeded to torture them in the public station, mutilating them slurping their blood that they waved all over their bodies and telling the wives of those victims that they were slaughtering the women’s husbands.

        Yes, and on and on it goes. Real slaughtering, real torturing.
        And here this one is for you- the children of fakeistan, being interviewed

        http://palwatch.org/main.aspx?fi=763&fld_id=763&doc_id=9312

        mgoldberg on July 12, 2013 at 12:42 pm

    Fyi.. the owner of the Jaguars is a Pakistani american muslim..he is of south asian descent..not Arab..

    U r correct about teans with historicaly bad draft picks.the Bears have been killing me for decades.
    Sad to say that Jay cutler is most likely the best Qb the franchise has seen since Sid Luckman! Hopefully the new coach tressman brings a modern offense to Chicago

    sanjay on July 11, 2013 at 9:18 pm

      Same dif.

      It is my old pal Sanjay who cannot back up his claims. Just so you know, he is not Asian. Dude, man, what is your pre-occupation with Crapistan? BTW, A-rab is a universal term used typically by Americans.

      Yes, Chicago has have some bad coaching, and some horrible players on their roster. Although they do have a lot of solid players. I have never been a Cutler fan and I think he is a schlub and is not a team player. He is also way over rated.

      AR on July 11, 2013 at 10:09 pm

May he break his neck whilst being tackled.

lexi on July 11, 2013 at 8:36 pm

    This guy’s position does not tackle. Although his position is called a tackle. He effectively neutralizes people that go after ball carriers and receivers.

    AR on July 11, 2013 at 10:02 pm

    and May you grow up at some point in your sorry life.

    sarah on July 13, 2013 at 1:00 am

    Fuck all u jealous mother fuckers….Why are u picking on oday aboushi?!? This kid busted his ass in where he is now, from high school to college and now to the NFL. Before ny jets picked up aboushi I’m sure their were plenty of interviews they had with aboushi and they decided to accept him for his performance and his talents. This BITCH Debbie ShluNG CUNT GO FUCK UR SELF YOU LITTLE SELFISH CUNT.!!!!! If you have a problem with my comment call my cell 917-497-2442. And to all you mother FUCCKERS who Haten on aboushi he is well respected and a talented man who was accepted in the NFL and a family with Hess family.

    Alex D on August 30, 2013 at 12:09 am

I do not see a comparisin to a racial slur and an expression against a country. A better comparison would be if he commented on the Indian state of Kashmir.the only muslim majority state in India. Many indians would be upset but I am sure no one would take calls for his dismissal seriously.
I guess everyone has a different definition and litmus test of racial and ethnic insults.
This is not just my opinion it is just a feeling that the Jets as an organization will not act simply because of the quotethat Debbie alluded to.
if one can show a statement such as the ones attributed to Mel Gibson and Chevy Chase; then we have a case.

sanjay on July 11, 2013 at 9:10 pm

    Get real, Sanjay. Of course an attack on a nation can and frequently is an attack on the people. And that’s ALWAYS the case with attacks on Israel because Israel means Zionism, and Zionism means Jews. Period, end of story. “When people criticize Zionists, they mean Jews. You are talking anti-Semitism.” That statement was made by Martin Luther King. Maybe you’ve heard of him? But if you haven’t, take it from me: he knew a thing or two about racial hatred.

    Ralph Adamo on July 11, 2013 at 10:22 pm

Sanjay, I really enjoy your comments for the most part, despite certain wide disagreements with your views and stance on many things. You express yourself well, without being insulting, even when insulted or smacked down yourself, at least from what I have seen.

I am a New York Jets fan of the past 48 years. I have been sorely disappointed with the quality of the product since the last of the Leon Hess days. They could never seem to get back to where they were during the late 60′s, and that one Day In The Sun. But under the ownership of Woody Johnson, they have consistently hit new lows.

As a half-Jew and with a waning interest in football, this may be the end of the line for me, if Woody Johnson doesn’t step up and keep a lid on this guy.

Here’s my point to you, Sanjay, why I think this is more important than you’re allowing for. I think many of us agree, because I have seen it in posts by more than one member, that there is a general litany throughout the world, propagated since at least the 1960′s. That would be that the U.S. superpower status and OUR SUPPORT FOR ISRAEL, are the world’s main problems.

I know many of my friends in New York, where I am sitting as I type this, agree with that last sentence. These are some, although not all of the people I have heard that litany from, and I have been hearing them personally say this for decades. In addition to lifelong friends, I have heard many people say this throughout my life. I have seen this in print, on television, heard it on the radio, and witnessed the feeling growing around the world.

I have seen the noose tighten around Israel for nearly half a century, and I have seen my country undergo a Communist revolution without a shot being fired. We are no longer the United States of America, but AfrolabadSouthAmerAsiexico. The Balkanization of America that has been lamented by so many is nearly complete and the cat is out of the bag. It is not a secret anymore, and even though many of us who openly state that we see it are still labeled, the labels are softening.

EVERYONE, including intellectual, self hating New York Jews are beginning to realize we have been “fundamentally transformed.” Many are confused, no one likes it, but no one knows what to do about it. Debbie does. Some others do. But there is no collective will, nor any strong leadership to stand up to The Golfer-In-Chief, his boss George Soros, or any of this so-called “administration.”

If we continue to tolerate anti-Jewish sentiment, then the worst will truly happen. I wish it didn’t have to happen. I wish the Bible DIDN’T read like a daily newspaper, but it does. I wish my Jewish brethren didn’t have to go through something worse than The Holocaust, but they will. The whole world will. Debbie is right to point this out. This pot is boiling, and it will soon boil over in to what is called in the Bible The Great Tribulation.

We don’t have to like it, and we don’t have to take it anymore. 40 years ago and more, when I was a young man growing up in this now God Forsaken town of NYC, the word in The Jewish Community was NEVER AGAIN!!! Now, it’s coquis. For the uninitiated, that’s the same as saying crickets. We have them also down home, but the thing we hear the most at night is the coquis.

Allow me to quote the immortal words of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

“In the end, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends.”

And that’s the problem. Silence, foot dragging, no collective will, no leadership. We’re dead. Because no one spoke up, . . .

loudly enough. The rest of us were silenced. In another couple years perhaps, we on this web site and all the rest who dare say a word on such a subject as Debbie broached here, . . .

will disappear, . . .

until The Lord Jesus Christ comes, bringing justice, an infallible government, and an end to all strife.

What a shame that it’s going to come to that. Shame on us all, the ENTIRE human race. But shame on those who trouble the Jews the most. The Word of God says salvation is held out in a free offer to all, but to the Jew first. And the pot boils, until one day the phrase Kill the Jews is repeated again throughout the world. Shame on us all.

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on July 11, 2013 at 9:37 pm

    Alfredo, you are a fascinating and swell fellow. However, there is no such thing as a half-Jew. If your mother was a Jew, you are a Jew. Furthermore, someone who refers to “The Lord Jesus Christ” does not show much Jewish feeling.

    Please understand that I do not mean to offend.

    skzion on July 11, 2013 at 11:10 pm

      That is true,
      No such thing as a half Jew.
      I’m like Rush,
      don’t get offended much,
      A waste of time,
      Which is a terrible crime.
      But what say you about Skunky?,
      That sounds rather funky,
      Miss her?!!?! Where did she go,
      Please don’t tell me a tale of woe.

      Alfredo from Puerto Rico on July 11, 2013 at 11:40 pm

        As I said, Alfredo, you’re a fascinating fellow. Now you out-do prestigio (by a lightyear). :)

        skzion on July 12, 2013 at 12:03 am

@sanjay-I believe you are correct as to what what the Jets organization feels a player can say without causing bad PR. However Debbie’s point is valid also because had Oday Aboushi had said something toward blacks or even hipsanics the outcry would have been deafening. What Debbie says the Jews not even saying something of a whimper that that the saying of the “squeaky wheels gets the grease” is correct here. Maybe the Jews have thicker skin or maybe they feeel that by not saying anything the problem will just “go away”.

Mario on July 11, 2013 at 9:57 pm

If there were arab NFL teams maybe one of them would be called the Palestine Pedophiles (after their pedophile prophet, Mohammed).

CornCoLeo on July 11, 2013 at 10:56 pm

Well, lots of warm fuzzies for sun-jay (the correct pronunciation), but I have nothing but scorn for the fellow.

The guy is a “moderation troll,” meaning he poses as always finding the truth in between the two sides. But that’s NOT where the truth lies regarding Islam.

He poses as a Hindu but has a Sikh screen name. What’s up with that? Maybe he’s just a Muslim?

He blabs now about how “many” Muslims are taught anti-Semitism, which is like saying many Nazis were taught anti-Semitism. Muslims don’t need imams to teach them anti-Semitism any more than Nazis needed to be taught by the Party about it.

Debbie is right-on here, about this Fakesinian scum, about the anti-Semitic “nakba” reference (the “tragedy” that Jews reclaimed their land), and about the limp-wristed Jews of New York.

I miss Skunky. She would handle sanjay the poser with much more verve than I can manage.

skzion on July 11, 2013 at 11:01 pm

AR: check this out

http://www.examiner.com/topic/south-asia

go to the UK and ask them who is an Asian. There is a world outside your house. please check it out

Old enough to remember the ’85 Bears and we are still waiting for a team that can match that talent and brashness. Super Bowl Shuffle

@alfredo point taken. I can appreciate the sensitivity and you explained it quite well. problem is most Americans do not see Jews and the State of Israel as one in the same. You said it yourself that Many Jews are openly speaking out against Israel. Americans need to be educated.
My Grandfather always told me that Israel and India Should band together. They are the only secular democracies in a sea of ignorance and violent Islam

@skzion you are here only to kiss Debbie’s ass. I thought my nose was brown. Have you had one opinion that was the opposite of hers.. While I appreciate her efforts and was drawn to this site because of her strong voice against Islamic hegemony, I do not and WILL NOT agree with everything she says like a lap dog or a fan. Critical thinking ..try it
And since when is Sanjay a Sikh name. It is a an Indian name that is predominately used by Hindus. do not understand your point. And I am sure that ur avatar also tells us everything about u. PLeeaase!
u seem to attack people personally instead of attacking the merits of their arguments.

sanjay on July 11, 2013 at 11:43 pm

    Richard Dent, Dan Hampton, Michael Singletary, Mat Suhey, The Fridge, Jim McMahan, Gary Fencik, and of course, Sweetness….

    AR on July 12, 2013 at 12:33 am

      “im not here to start no trouble.. I’m just here to do the SuperBowl shuffle”

      The Jets of that era were fun to watch. Klecko, Gastineau and lyons! Also Ken Obrien had some great games.. Remember him in some classic battles against Marino and Miami
      Loved Al Toon as well.

      sanjay on July 12, 2013 at 12:59 am

    Sanjay you were always dubious.
    Yes they do call almost every non white person who isn’t black “Asian” in the UK which works out very conveniently when they don’t want to refer to them as Muslims after terrorist attacks. Gives everybody the impression they’re all being lumped in together with the terrorists.

    “Many muslims are taught anti-Semitism. It seems to be taught by imams and is not unlike what European Christians were taught for more than a millennium”
    Most people here don’t need that kind of history lesson from you contrary to what you might think about it.
    Actually Muslim antisemitism is much more similar to the kind of antisemitism that existed in the 3rd Reich. Only with a much stronger religious justification underlying it.

    One wouldn’t expect Palestinians to be thrilled about Israel. That’s very different from using your position as a public platform to deny the right of a country to exist.

    Nobody is obsessed with your background. I personally think its just a little too convenient though.

    Ramadan Bombathon on July 12, 2013 at 11:28 am

Cheering for a football team or a football star is cheering for a future rapist or armed robber. So many professional athletes have criminal records (in the NBA, over 60% have a record for sex offenses), that I wonder why people get so worked up over a profession where the players are better known by their inmate numbers than the numbers on their uniforms, and their Topps player’s sports cards use their mugshots. And these players are so dumb!!!! Many are functionally illiterate. To count to 21, they have to take off their shoes, socks and pants. These players are so dumb, they can’t even spell “NFL” or “NBA.” And why does the sports media refer to these star athletes as “heroes?” A hero sacrifices their lives and wealth to save or benefit the life of another person. These people sacrifice nothing, and they hold their fans in low esteem, and see them as nothing but meal tickets.
On second thought, those that pay to see these games and these future members of fraternities known by such names as Sing Sing and San Quentin are the dumb ones.

Now, I can understand if people went out and cheered for patent attorneys. “Give me a “P.” Give me an “A.” Give me a “T.” Give me an “E.” Give me a(n) “N.” Give me a “T.” Give me a(n) “S.” What’s that spell? PATENTS! PATENTS! YAY PATENTS!!!

Jonathan E. Grant on July 11, 2013 at 11:47 pm

    Jon, consider yourself cheered!

    skzion on July 12, 2013 at 12:05 am

“@skzion you are here only to kiss Debbie’s ass…. Have you had one opinion that was the opposite of hers[sic].. [sic]”

You really are a troll, aren’t you? I do mostly agree with Debbie. That’s why I’m here. But I disagree with her sometimes, which you would know if you didn’t post crappola and then scurry away.

“While I appreciate her efforts and was drawn to this site because of her strong voice against Islamic hegemony, I do not and WILL NOT agree with everything she says like a lap dog or a fan. Critical thinking ..try it”

Classic straw man. In fact, you vigorously disagree with Debbie regarding Islamic hegemony. You always make excuses for Islam, just as you do here.

“And since when is Sanjay a Sikh name.”

You claim to live in the Indian north. In that place, “Sanjay” is indeed Sikh. Stop lying, Achmeed.

” u seem to attack people personally instead of attacking the merits of their arguments.”

u have no arguments. You have only a pose in the middle, as you are a moderation troll. I already pointed out how ridiculous your claim about anti-Semitism and Islam was. For you see, you want to push the concept of the Good Muslim untouched by the Bad Imam. Absurd. You want to give the benefit of the (tiny) doubt to a Muslim who refers to a claim by Jews to Eretz Israel as a “catastrophe.” You’re all empathetic to the Muslim position, Achmeed, I mean Sanjay.

Your cover is blown.

skzion on July 12, 2013 at 12:28 am

    “You have only a pose in the middle, as you are a moderation troll.”

    Well done, skzion.

    DS_ROCKS! on July 12, 2013 at 8:24 am

Sooo … G-D lifted Tim Tebow out of there just in time.

Jack on July 12, 2013 at 12:29 am

    No, it wasn’t God this time. Tebow played for the JETS, remember? They just hit the ejector seat button, that’s all.

    ROTFLMAO!!!

    Alfredo from Puerto Rico on July 12, 2013 at 12:34 am

@skzion u really are an ignorant douchebag.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sanjay

fyi: Both religions use names that are Sanskrit based so there is an overlap. My ancestors are also from Punjab where the Sikh religion began 500 years ago. Look up the state; Hindus make up 40% of the population, if that matters
what does your avatar mean?

why are u obsessed with my background? my opinions are my opinions. it takes more guts to have a different opinion then just puckering up and kissing keister. If I am too “middle ground” for u, too bad! from now on just write ditto on all your posts.

and your Nazi point is ridiculous. no sense mitigating it.
Were people born Nazis? Or were they fed lies and propaganda, ie Mein Kampf. What was the Hitler Youth?
For Gods Sake The Nazis were organized and gave a high importance to efforts surrounding propaganda. Goebbels, Hello!!!!! People are taught hate . They are not born with hate. If you take a child away from Muslim parents he or she will not have the same ideology.
Duh!!!!

Islam is inherently a prejudicial and hate filled religion, period!
In no way was I defending the faith, which should have been obvious to anybody with an IQ above 80.
What I was saying was that The Jets as an organization will most likely not act based on that one quote alone. I could be wrong but it is a feeling.

sanjay on July 12, 2013 at 12:55 am

    “What I was saying was that The Jets as an organization will most likely not act based on that one quote alone. I could be wrong but it is a feeling.”

    Now ole sanjay is just covering his butt. He was saying much more. To see this, let’s look at how he starts this exchange:

    “Many muslims are taught anti-Semitism.”

    Here, “many” is a deliberately vague word. It’s wrong, as well, since anti-Semitism is omnipresent in Islam, as is anti-Christian bigotry, and “many” understates the problem. Again, notice that “moderation” is the point, even when “moderation” is empirically wrong. The language also forces us to presume innocence among Muslims when one ought to presume guilt: it makes Muslim anti-Semitism a “maybe yes, maybe no” issue.

    “It seems to be taught by imams”

    Again, this is an attempt to say that anti-Semitism is not in the very air and mother’s milk of the Dar al Islam. It doesn’t need to be “taught by imams.” The imams’ main role is to mobilize others to kill and destroy.

    “it is in a sense an [sic] and is not unlike what European Christians were taught for more than a millennium.”

    In what sense? What does “not unlike” mean? While now sanjay wants to distinguish Christianity from Islam (“Islam is inherently a prejudicial and hate filled religion, period!), why does he begin this exchange likening Christianity to Islam? Nobody here is going to disagree regarding Christian anti-Semitism in Europe. Yet the fact of the matter is that not every priest or minister inculcated anti-Semitism, and not every family member grew up that way. You start reading the so-called New Testament and you do not see Jesus urging the eradication of Jews. You start reading the Koran/Sunnah and you see just this.

    “Anti Jewish stereotypes and hatred is rampant and is quite disgusting.”

    sanjay doesn’t want any of us to think he’s like SOME of those Muslims, who are bad.

    “But I have to say this on the surface is not that blatant and not surprising. Do you think that a Palestinian will celebrate the creation of Israel?”

    Well now, sanjay has already set up the situation so that “many” Muslims are anti-Semitic, implying that many are not. So, something more “blatant” than a series of tweets and a heartfelt comment about the “nakhba” will be necessary. The player comes out with his wife, wearing a rag on her head (learned from the imams?), indicating her personal dedication to the ideology of Islam, which, I repeat, sanjay sometimes says is “inherently hate-filled.”

    “Until we see a quote or action that is truly Anti-Semitic, and is attributed to the athlete, then I would not expect the Jets to act.”

    So, nothing that Debbie has related is “truly Anti-Semitic.” No, it’s just sooo unclear.

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    sanjay can toss around as many juvenile insults as he wants. They do not change that fact that he’s been writing this kind of crap ever since he came on here. While he could have come here ignorant, he could not be ignorant by now unless he willed it. I’ve just finally decided to call him out on it.

    skzion on July 12, 2013 at 9:34 am

      Oh, and sanjay, I’m not “obsessed” with your background. It’s just that I have traveled in India, studied the cultures there including the cultures of the Punjab, and your comments smell funny. I have never seen your particular shtick from a non-Muslim Indian.

      skzion on July 12, 2013 at 9:51 am

Sanjay, the day I run into someone who hates Israel and wants it destroyed who isn’t an antisemite, my jaw will drop. Walks like duck, craps duck crap, probably a duck.

I have yet to hear of a severe Israel critic who donates to the Israeli Red Cross.

This clown is just another douchebag playing for the National Felons League.

Occam's Tool on July 12, 2013 at 1:04 am

This news is the final nail in the NFL’s coffin. I was a serious NY Jets fan until several seconds ago. I didn’t see this one coming but I should have. Thanks Deb, you’re invaluable.

Mark Hammond on July 12, 2013 at 2:09 am

Let me make sure I understand this.

They make up a racism charge against Rush Limbaugh and don’t let him buy a team. However this ahole is clearly a hating bigot and they let him in?

I_AM_ME on July 12, 2013 at 7:29 am

Don’t know how good a player on the field he is. But, don’t be suprized if the NFL, the old sports media and c.a.i.r don’t make sure he gets every chance he can to “make the cut”. The mu-slime angle will be used if he gets cut. But Tim Tebow will be trashed no matter what he does. Love Israel and the Hebrew people as Tebow does = Bad, Bash Israel and the Hebrew people = Good in the sports and media world today.

William on July 12, 2013 at 11:13 am

Who gives a flying fcuk? Don’t you have anything better to write about? Everyone’s entitled to their own opinions and views. Why is it that as soon as someone says anything about Jews they’re all up in arms. Anti-semitism exists for this exact reason; you’re no more God’s people than anyone else walking the Earth. Just a worthless story…

CLR: Hey, another Jew-hater. More evidence that miserable anti-Semitic scumbags flock together. Have fun at the SS reunion. DS

CLR on July 12, 2013 at 12:04 pm

    CLC, thank you for your incisive analysis. Yes, everyone is entitled to his opinion … except Jews, who should shut-up about theirs.

    You are clearly right that Jews cause anti-Semitism by complaining about it. The Jews in pre-WW2 Germany were especially demanding.

    Back to Stormfront, you creep.

    skzion on July 12, 2013 at 12:36 pm

Well,at least they got rid of that Christian Tim Tebow and replaced him with the more p/c Oday Aboushi.

See how that works?

It’s truly troubling when even the NFL succumbs to p/c.

ebayer on July 12, 2013 at 12:24 pm

I don’t watch pro football anyway and I don’t watch the news sports on TV. It’s irrelevant to my life and well being. Besides, why should I watch a bunch of criminals make millions? With all the money involved, I would imagine that every game is rigged anyway. Therefore, in my opinion, it’s little more than fake “pro” wrestling or staged entertainment. I’m sure the cameras will be on his head banging and ass lifting on the sidelines during games and on his jibjabbed wife in the stands which is even more reason to not watch it. I just love it when people like this spew their stupidity about Jews. They’re so ffffing ignorant that they’re unaware that probably most of the orthopedic procedures that keep guys like this vertical and playing were innovated by Jewish doctors and or scientists.
Allahu fubar, Muslim retards!

Pray Hard on July 12, 2013 at 12:59 pm

You know you are a big deal when the Haters come out.

You guys are just mad that Odays mere existance is undoing every lie you have ever told against Palestinians and Muslims. Thats 65 years of undoing. I suppose, I would be equally upset if I were you.

sarah on July 12, 2013 at 1:01 pm

    sarah, sweetheart, so far he has behaved fully in keeping with Fakestinian and Muslim tradition.

    skzion on July 12, 2013 at 2:24 pm

Don’t worry too much. He’ll wash out onto the bench and never be seen again.

Palestinian muslims don’t have it in them to work hard at anything besides hating Jews.

Race is the likely the only reason he was hired in the first place.

luagha on July 12, 2013 at 1:53 pm

What was the latest thing he said?

David on July 12, 2013 at 2:16 pm

Actually a fifth round draft choice does not neccesarily mean he will wash out.Tom Brady was drafted in the sixth round and the Bears Richard Dent in the eighth round.

The average NFL career is only 3.5 years anyway. Never heard of the guy but he should make the team..jets would bot waste a draft choice.even in the mod rounds..wheather he succeeds long term , remains to b seen

sanjay on July 12, 2013 at 5:47 pm

    Mandarich went in the fist round and look what happened to him. Although a different position, what about Jamarcus Russel and Ryan Leaf. All went in the first round.

    AR on July 16, 2013 at 11:12 am

Who are teaching the White people to hate everyone?

RichVette on July 12, 2013 at 8:02 pm

Oday is a born American citizen. Half of you kikes were born in Europe. Jews are stealing America the same way they stole the Middle East. I’m Puerto Rican, & having lived around hasidic jews I could tell you this… Jews are the dirtiest, greediest, most untrust worthy people on earth. I rather live next to a million Palestians than 1 Jew.

Luis on July 13, 2013 at 8:23 am

    Luis, you’re stupid even for a Neo-Nazi. Virtually every Jew now living in the US was born here. In fact, virtually every Jew had parents born here.

    As for your statement that you’d “rather live next to a million Palestians [sic] than 1 Jew,” all I can do is urge you to make this happen. Gaza is a good choice. The plus side is that you will soon be dead; the minus side is that we won’t hear the news of this happy event in the US.

    skzion on July 14, 2013 at 1:46 pm

    Then why don’t you go live amongst them Loo-issss.

    AR on July 15, 2013 at 12:42 am

The racism in this post and in these comments is astounding.

Kyle on July 14, 2013 at 3:21 am

    Kyle, honey, are you referring to Luis?

    skzion on July 14, 2013 at 1:42 pm

The “New Testament” is an absolutely raging anti-Semitic document. Maybe him and Tebow can go out for coffee and compare notes.

D-Money on July 14, 2013 at 11:10 pm

This is a disgrace. He is also Anti-Christian. It takes courage to tell the truth, lame stream media will not. This guy is an extremist…it is not lying or smearing, it is calling him out on this.

diana kunselman on July 30, 2013 at 3:53 pm

This article is a joke! Talk about spreading hate! Being anti-Israel is one thing an anti-Jew is another, he is anti-Israel just like millions of other Arabs and non-Arabs around the world. Good luck in your career Oday and may you keep annoying these people with your success!

Kelly bailey on December 12, 2013 at 11:23 pm

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