March 20, 2014, - 9:00 am

Alice in Arabia: ABC Finally Pledges to Show Muslim Threat in TV Show; HAMAS Co-Conspirator Upset

By Debbie Schlussel

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Is ABC finally seeing the light on the Islamic threat to the West? Probably not, but in a “pigs fly” departure from its usual politically correct programming, the network’s ABC Family channel on cable bought the rights to develop the drama, “Alice in Arabia,” for possible addition to its schedule, next season. Since it apparently shows a true depiction of Islam and what it does to Westerners, the unindicted HAMAS co-conspirator CAIR is up in arms, as is the pro-Hezbollah/HAMAS ADC. Given their whines, don’t hold your breath for the show to ever make it to the air. And, if it does, the truth will be whitewashed and the show entirely changed.

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Hooah! US Army NSA Middle East Specialist Brooke Eikmeier, Creator of “Alice in Arabia”

The theme of the show is that Alice, a kidnapped American, is stuck in Saudi Arabia, where her Muslim family members live, and she’s trying to escape. ‘Cuz, hey, that would never ever happen, right? I mean, Muslims have never ever ever ever kidnapped their American kids and held them in captivity in the Middle East. And we can’t have truthful depictions like that reaching the eyes of stupid Americans who normally watch “Pretty Little Liars.”

ABC Family has added three drama pilots to its development slate. . . . Here’s a look at the three dramas:

Alice in Arabia is a high-stakes drama about a rebellious American teenage girl who, after tragedy befalls her parents, is unknowingly kidnapped by her extended family, who are Saudi Arabian.







Alice finds herself a stranger in a new world but is intrigued by its offerings and people, whom she finds surprisingly diverse in their views on the world and her situation. Now a virtual prisoner in her grandfather’s royal compound, Alice must count on her independent spirit and wit to find a way to return home while surviving life behind the veil. The pilot was written by Brooke Eikmeier, who previously served in the U.S. Army as a cryptologic linguist in the Arabic language, trained to support NSA missions in the Middle East. She left service in September 2013 as a rank E-4 specialist.

Wow, that sounds totally made up. That could never happen in real life. Just ask Betty Mahmoody and the tens of thousands of other American mothers who were stupid enough to marry and/or have children with Muslims who kidnapped them back to the “homeland,” too.

And what on earth would an infidel U.S. Army cryptologic linguist in Arabic, who worked for the NSA in the Middle East, actually know about Arabs, Muslims, or the Middle East?

We all know that in the real world, Muslims never kidnap their children, never treat women like dirt, never engage in terrorist acts, and are fine, upstanding cultured, civilized individuals, whose habits and mores are far more advanced and modern than those of the rest of us.

The only terrorists and kidnappers are Russians, Christians, Jews, Zoroastrians, Wiccans, and lacto-ovo lesbian astronauts on “Dancing With the Stars.”

Yeah, that’s the ticket. Or, at least it will be, as long as HAMAS CAIR–which even the Obama Administration Justice Department officials said is a conspirator in HAMAS terrorism–whines the loudest and gets dhimmi dhummi Hollywood executives to bow down to allah.

So, how long ’til ABC Family either shelves “Alice in Arabia” or revamps it entirely to show us what fabulous, peaceful, contemporary people Muslims are?

3-2-1 . . .

**** UPDATE: The thing about this show that does, indeed, bother me is the part where kidnapped Alice of Arabia find the people of Saudia Arabia “surprisingly diverse in their views on the world and her situation.” That’s where this show will be “revamped” to reflect HAMASCAIR’s demands.

Um, there ain’t no diversity there . . . unless you count the varying ideas they have of ways to torture and murder Americans, Jews, Christians, and other infidels. They are pretty much monolithic there in terms of the most important thing: THEY. HATE. US. It’s Islam, stupid. It ain’t diverse.

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19 Responses

Well, Saudi Arabia is on the outs with our friend Iran. Maybe that’s why ABC thought there was a chance they could get away with it. Of course, once Saudi Arabia and Iran make up, Saudi Arabia will be good again.

Little Al on March 20, 2014 at 9:58 am

how about a parody
of geo b shaw’s
man and superman

instead of don juan in hell
we’ll have mow-he-mad there
existentially pondering the id
and physically stroking…………..

prestigio on March 20, 2014 at 10:23 am

lateley, the news blogs from ABC are starting to be more open to the idea that maybe this Obama regime ain’t all it is cracked up to be. The ABC blogs seem to attract attention now from righties.

sal on March 20, 2014 at 10:45 am

family Channel? have you watched any of their shows? I wouldn’t let the very young watch at night.

sal on March 20, 2014 at 10:48 am

Hell. I figure they bought it up to make sure no one else airs it. I doubt it’ll ever see the light of day. Or, the antagonists will be changed…just like with Clancy’s novels.

Laura S. on March 20, 2014 at 2:00 pm

I hope this show makes the air and runs for a while. I’m sure you’re right about whitewashing it’s true intentions. But if it even suggests and hints at the true deception and lies of this ungodly so called religion and points to the evil and violent realities, it will be a victory. another big if is “if” the rating are able to keep it on, then eventually it would have to unfold more truth in order to keep it’s rating up. I really hope it makes it!

leecampbell on March 20, 2014 at 2:03 pm

BTW…. Jeffrey Sinclairp pretty much exonerated of all….and phelps, the anti semitic westboro baptist church founder died…

HK on March 20, 2014 at 2:51 pm

‘… that does, indeed, bother me is the part where kidnapped Alice of Arabia find the people of Saudia Arabia “surprisingly diverse in their views on the world and her situation.”’

I caught that, too. You see that sort of propaganda in those TV docs and journal articles that show Saudi muslim women at home with their high-fashion jeans, makeup, etc. that they wear under their hijab garbage sacks to teach we ignorant dhimmis that underneath… wait for it… They’re just like us!

DS_ROCKS! on March 20, 2014 at 2:56 pm

Debbie,

Had to laugh, love the spit.

This ‘ Alice in Arabia’ looks like a Potemkin style product.

Regards,

Scaldcrow

Scaldcrow on March 20, 2014 at 3:14 pm

I think if ABC bought it they bought it to own it and it’s probably going to be more along the lines of Arabian Nights than Alice in decapitation Wonderland.
CAIR outrage is a nice touch.

Frankz on March 20, 2014 at 3:33 pm

We will see if it makes it past the Hue and Cry of the PC Thought Police and is broadcast. Even if ABC does broadcast it, the program may be Re-Edited in order to lessen it’s “inflammatory” tone.

Peter on March 20, 2014 at 3:43 pm

On the other hand Saudi Arabia is not a big fave in Muslim Bro-hood circles right now so maybe they can trash Saudi and pretend it’s all a branding issue. Westerners understand branding problems.
Just some random thoughts.

Frankz on March 20, 2014 at 3:48 pm

Looney George Clooney? He mocked Charleton Heston for getting Alzheimer’s Disease.

Looks like Clooney is heading for the looney bin himself.

#KARMA

RR on March 20, 2014 at 11:19 pm

The Lebanese Druze all too often get a free pass from the press and the general public because they’re not formally Muslims. Kudos to Debbie Schlussel for getting out the real story on these people. Benevolent they are not.

Seek on March 21, 2014 at 12:27 pm

I guess her job wasn’t all that demanding nor mission critical if she had time to dream up this BS…

IceNoMore on March 21, 2014 at 3:37 pm

Actually, there are a large group of Druze from the north of Israel that are very tough and very loyal to the State of Israel

HK on March 21, 2014 at 4:40 pm

I just saw an article in the Daily Mail that says ABC has cancelled production due to a “backlash.”

Russ on March 23, 2014 at 9:23 pm

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