December 2, 2005, - 12:54 pm
By Debbie Schlussel
Shi’ite vs. Sunni Muslim violence in Iraq? Fuhgedaboutit.
We’ve got our own version right here in the States: extremist, bow-tied Black Muslims versus Arab Muslims (many of whom are also extremist).
First, on Thanksgiving Eve, bow-tied Black Muslims trashed two White Arab Muslim-owned convenience stores in Oakland, CA, for selling alcohol and pork to us Infidels. Then, they torched one of the stores and kidnapped its Arab Muslim owner.
One of the perpetrators is Yusuf Bey IV, the son of a prominent Black Muslim leader who founded “Your Black Muslim Bakery, Inc.”, which encompasses a Muslim bakery, school, and other enterprises.
Today’s New York Times has a nice summary of the behavior of our friends in the “Religion of Peace.” Though, we object to the Times’ use of Berkeley Professor Hatem Bazian as an authority on hate crimes, since, in a 1999 speech, he urged, “The Day of Judgment will never happen until you fight the Jews. . . . The trees and stones will say, oh Muslim, there is a Jew hiding behind me. Come and kill him!” The Times, of course, didn’t mention that.
These rival Muslim groups hate each other, but both hate us non-Muslims even more. The only downside to this extremist Muslim vs. extremist Muslim violence is that both sides can’t lose–and that we Infidels might get caught in the middle, since we’re hated by both sides.
One of the owners of the stores is already calling this Muslim v. Muslim attack a hate crime. Needless to say, we’re sure our lying, exaggerating friends at the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) will also count these Muslim-on-Muslim crimes in their phony count of hate-crimes against Muslims when they should really count on the list of Religion of Peace hate-crimes on behalf of Islam.
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