February 4, 2011, - 1:55 pm

Like Egypt? Get Ready for the Next HAMAS “Democratic” Takeover

By Debbie Schlussel

If you like what’s happening on the streets of Cairo and are looking forward to the Muslim Brotherhood takeover of Egypt, you’ll love the upcoming Palestinian elections, which will almost certainly result in a HAMAS sweep . . . and I don’t just mean in Gaza, which is already ruled by HAMAS.


Get Ready for Another HAMAS Election Win in the “West Bank”

As I’ve noted before, poll after poll in the so-called “West Bank” shows that HAMAS would take over the place tomorrow if there was a democratic election held there.  Our “preferred” terrorist group, Fatah–which currently rules that area through its leader Mahmoud Abbas a/k/a “Abu Mazen”–is there only by fiat, not by election.

And when the elections are finally held, since Mubarak didn’t put out the fires on the streets of Egypt and we didn’t support him, it’ll make it that much easier for Palestinians to vote for HAMAS in droves, as they were likely to do anyway. The flames have already been lit and stoked, especially with the Bush emphasis on democratic elections in the Arab world–yes, BUSH, not Jimmy Carter, inspired this stuff for eight of the last 1o years, by openly calling for democratic elections in the Muslim world and sending American boys to die in the name of it.

So here comes more of the Cairo streets . . . except this time it’ll be in the streets and blaring from the turrets of Ramallah and Tul Karem  (also spelled, “Tul Karm” and “Tulkarm”).

The Palestinian Authority on Tuesday promised to set a date for overdue local elections in the West Bank and Gaza within a week, the latest Arab government to announce moves that appear aimed at placating growing popular unrest over stalled political and economic overhauls.

Palestinian officials said the move was in response to a December court order on the vote, and wasn’t linked to recent protests that have ousted Tunisia’s longtime president and now threaten Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak’s hold on power.


Originally scheduled for July 2010, the municipal vote was postponed indefinitely amid concern that infighting among candidates in the ruling Fatah party would result in a rout at the ballot box and benefit rival Hamas, which violently overran the Gaza Strip in 2007.

After submitting a legal challenge last year, a group of left-wing political parities and pro-democracy activists threatened protests if a date was not set. But across the Mideast, the move was seen as another concession to placate growing regional unrest. . . .

In addition to the local elections, elections for a new parliament and president are also overdue because the Fatah-controlled Palestinian Authority in the West Bank and Hamas in the Gaza Strip haven’t resolved their 3½-year rift.

Ghassan Khatib, a spokesman for the Palestinian government, said he expects the local elections to be held in May, and called Tuesday’s announcement and the regional protests a “coincidence.”

Like I said, riiiiiight. There are no coincidences. Especially in the Middle East. Just like it’ll be no coincidence when HAMAS takes over the parts of the so-called West Bank now ruled by Fatah/Abu Mazen.  Then, Israel will be surrounded by HAMAS and Hezbollah on almost all fronts.  Surrounded (though that’s kind of, de facto, the case now).  It’s a lot tougher to survive that way.

So, how’s that Bush democratic elections stuff workin’ for ya? Sorry, but free elections in the Muslim world was never a hallmark of the Obama Adminstration (though he’s a major failure on this by not backing Mubarak and by openly supporting the Muslim Brotherhood rioters and deserves a ton of blame for that). The closest he came was when Hillary Clinton called for “reforms” in the United Arab Emirates, a few weeks ago (and then fell on her way into the jet).

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40 Responses

You really need to get over this king of hate-speech. It is you and the weak-willed people that believe you that are the real problem in today’s world.

you are as much a fundamentalist as any of the people you simplistically rail against.

I: Telling the truth about Islam and its minions in HAMAS and the Muslim Brotherhood is never hate speech. I wish I could call you the king of burying your head in the sand and uttering empty platitudes. But you’re very common. Just one of the millions of weak-willed morons we must deal with in this world. So sad. So pathetic. So tragic that we must deal with the consequences your ignorance brings. DS

Imogen on February 4, 2011 at 2:12 pm

    Noone on this site is “weak willed”,we’re very well informed.

    We aren’t the “real problem in today’s world”.
    It’s very easy to see where all the “problems” in the world are and who the trouble makers are.

    Tell me what group of people are killing their wives and daughters for going to school and for driving automobiles?
    Who kills their daughters for being raped?
    Who stones adult people to death for wanting to love each other and not wanting to live by arranged marriage?
    Who stones homosexuals to death?
    Who is rioting everywhere on earth?
    Who keeps promising to kill and keep killing until their caliphate is established over the whole earth?
    Is it fundamental Jews or Christians?


    So why do you comment on this site?
    Noone beleives your lies and distorted views of reality.

    ebayer on February 4, 2011 at 2:44 pm

Would someone please remind me why it would be wrong to euthanize about 600 million muslims? And, I’m thinking first the Persians and then the Arabs. Is that enough? Or would a “cool” billion suffice? I know, shame on me for thinking this way. Shabbat Shalom

BK on February 4, 2011 at 2:36 pm

    I was going to remind you why it would be wrong,
    but I couldn’t think of any good reasons either.

    CornCoLeo on February 4, 2011 at 5:20 pm

    BK – that really is a terrible thing to say. You dislike the Muslims…fine…no one cares. But to say a comment like “euthanize 600 million” – have you forgotten that it was jokes like these that eventually lead to the holocaust. It so sad – you have not learned anything from what you ancestors went through. You really should thoroughly be ashamed of yourself.
    Agree or Disagree with Debbie but she at least gives you some sort of reasoning for her opinion. Yours is just the rantings of an idiot.


    Jason Hains on February 5, 2011 at 1:00 am

Another thing that will push Fatah out is the Wikileaks disclosure that Abu Mazen and is people were working with the Israelis to keep HAMAS back. That won’t sit well with the home team, regardless of what they think of Fatah. For the Palestinians, it’ll be “here comes the new boss, same as the old boss.” More authoritarian corruption. For Israel and the west, it will mean increased danger from an unstable terrorist base in the West Bank, along with Gaza, Lebanon, Syria…well pretty much everywhere else now.

Sean on February 4, 2011 at 2:44 pm

In theory, Bush was right. But in reality, that’s not ALWAYS true. Not every one on the planet hungers for freedom and is born a Jeffersonian democrat. And as Israelis have come to realize, whether the Arab regime is an autocracy or a democracy, will mark no real change in the future. Arab autocrats and democrats alike are united by one thing: a deep and abiding hatred of the Jews which is the only thing, whatever else divides them, that they can agree on. Don’t look for peace to arrive in the Middle East in our lifetime. As long as the Arabs hate the Jews, there will never be peace.

Its time for people to take their heads out of the sand and face reality. If Egypt gets democracy tomorrow, it won’t be any friendlier to the Jewish State and could in fact be far worse than the current regime. The reason why Israel’s view is at odds with that of the rest of the world is quite simply that Arab attitudes towards Jews will remain unchanged, regardless of who heads the regime.

That is a fact! A fact that is far more salient than the Bush theory that Arabs embracing democracy will become moderate, peace-loving and accepting of Jews and Israel’s existence. Deal with it!

NormanF on February 4, 2011 at 3:27 pm

And re Jeffersonian democrats, let’s remember they weren’t perfect. Their downsizing of defense in the first decade of the 19th century, for example, made us especially vulnerable during the War of 1812. A strong case can be made that there was too much Jeffersonian democracy. There were real dangers during that time that the excesses of the French Revolution would come to America.

Little Al on February 4, 2011 at 4:36 pm


perhaps you would share with us your understanding of the real problem in the world, if not those articulated by this piece…no hate-speach of course, just facts, data, as you see it. in your shortest and sweetest strong-willed enumeration as possible if you please.

certainly opinions vary, but before you summarily dismiss as fundamentalist hate speech…I would also challenge you to answer ebayer questions in response to your post…

hill billy on February 4, 2011 at 4:38 pm


that is fundamentalist hate-speech, weak-willed, and I rail against you…clean it up…gut shabbos

hill billy on February 4, 2011 at 4:50 pm

Hey Imogen, your a putz man, what the hell does exposing the real truth about radical islam so-called “hate-speech”? Ms. Schlussel and others are exposing the real threat of this fringe of islam, she’s not doing muslim bashing as you think in your warped, perverted mind. When the hell are you stupid-ass liberals going to wake up and see reality for a change?

Debbie your right about Bush, remember during the Iraq war, we all know it turned out that the shiites were the winners and also Iran was the big winner as well, by making it a “super-Persia”! And also, have any of notice that the anti-Mubarak protesters, there signs are written in english? I believe their are anti-american groups in this who written those signs and send them to the anti-Mubarak demonstrators? Not many people in the media in general have bought up that question.

“A nation is identified by it’s borders, language & culture!”

Sean R. on February 4, 2011 at 5:17 pm

    The signs written in English were probably handed out by our illustrious media upon arrival. It doesn’t do much good broadcasting all the protests if Americans can’t understand what’s written on the signs. The media isn’t going to bring it up because 90% of the sheeple watching wouldn’t question it to begin with, cause the uneducated followers of our pupet regime still believe that English is spoken everywhere.

    It’s also interesting that you bring this up, because when 60 minutes went to Kenya and did their fluff piece on Obama during the election, we here at home got to see all the signs praising Obama; The Obama school, The Obama road….They were all in English ONLY. The signs in question were road signs and such, not hand held signs. Again, this allowed the media to show pictures of the love fest that was Obama at the time. Having a reporter explain to you what something says defeats the intent of the broadcast.

    It’s a subtle but effective tool used to manipulate the uneducated.

    wolf2012 on February 4, 2011 at 5:32 pm

    Sean, you will really enjoy the long article Mike Savage wrote on his website regarding Egypt.

    He has been the ONLY one who has said just about the same things DS has said…and they are both spot-on.

    It’s VERY disconcerting to hear how many so-called CONSERVATIVE radio hosts are not on the right track on Egypt. I think it’s because to have an honest assessment of it, one’s thesis has to be TOTALLY un-PC…never knew some of the so-called Conservatives would draw a line in the sand when it comes to that.

    I am turning off shows I used to at least somewhat enjoy. I just can’t take the equivocating.

    Skunky on February 4, 2011 at 5:36 pm

Interesting that the mob-rule wins out in Egypt with our blessing. When the mobs stormed the streets of Iran we didn’t tell Achmed to step aside. It seems we only care or get involved if the protestors in question will result in a regime more hell bent on destroying Israel.
When the people in this country took to the streets to protest(without looting, or burning anything down) A million hit the streets in DC to protest obama,o-bad-acare, and pretty much everything else…..What did we get? That’s right, we got “You are all a bunch of gun loving, bible thumping, RACISTS! We also got from Anderson Cooper and others; Right wing terrorist, and gay slurs about the tea-party movement.
So this administration condones riots, looting and terror tactics in the Muslim world in the name of change, but peacefull protests from conservatives in this country….well thats another story.
If only the Muslim Brotherhood could have done more besides punching these people, at least something worth while could have come out of this mess.

wolf2012 on February 4, 2011 at 5:18 pm

One other thing, but goes along with the subtle but quite effective way of manipulating people.

For 8 years the name was OSAMA BIN LADIN, after a few reporters mistakenly used Osama instead of Obama when describing the then candidate, the number one terrorist in the world suddenly became…USAMA. The name is always WRITTEN as Usama now, and when the Media reports on this terrorist, they say Bin Ladin leaving out the Usama/Osama first name all together.

It was clear early on in the election that the two names conjured the same vision in people’s minds, so the media had to adjust “OUR” thinking for us.

wolf2012 on February 4, 2011 at 5:46 pm

This is why elections really really matter. Look at the cesspool we’ve got to deal with now.

samurai on February 4, 2011 at 6:21 pm

And just like virtually none of the pundits have got it on Egypt, the politicians are woeful. John Bolton is an honorable exception (and I have no personal, organizational, political or financial connection with him).

Little Al on February 4, 2011 at 7:20 pm

I’m sorry, but I’ve reported debbieschlussel.com to paypal as a hate site.

When someone types
“Would someone please remind me why it would be wrong to euthanize about 600 million muslims?”
and no one bothers to disagree, you something’s just wrong.

Rabbi Arthur Waskow on February 4, 2011 at 8:29 pm

    Dear Debbie, I hope you comeback a little later on today and read what this so-called Rabbi said about you and this website. This so-called Rabbi had the nerve to call this webpage as a “hateful” site! Debbie, since your an attorney, you can sue this fake Rabbi for “libel”, if I were you Ms. Schlussel, I would send this fake Rabbi an email and call him out for claiming that your hateful.

    Debbie, call him out and file a libel lawsuit against this freakin son of a bitch for defaming you. And as for you Rabbi, I’m NOT even going to call you Rabbi, sorry, but I’m not going to get on my hands and knees & call you Rabbi, I’m just going to call you “Mr. Waskow”! Mr. Waskow, your nothing but a propagandist and a bidder for the left wing establishment in this country. Oh and BTW, if your such a Rabbi, why did you post at 8:30 pm last night? You would know that your NOT suppose to do any type of work after sundown since you claim to be a Rabbi. As another poster said Mr. Waskow, do you have a problem when Ms. Schlussel gets all sorts of violent threats from muslim nutjobs, white supremacist neo-nazis, Sarah Palin zealots, & Obama zealots? It’s clear to me that you don’t have a problem with any of those, now get lost and don’t post here again, as of right now Mr. Waskow, I have NO repsect for you, period!

    “A nation is identified by it’s borders, language & culture!”

    Sean R. on February 5, 2011 at 3:07 pm

    @phoney rabbi. GFY.

    samurai on February 6, 2011 at 12:57 am

Good for you Rabbi. If in fact you are a Rabbi. If indeed you are a Rabbi you have successfully moved to the head of the line in your place in hell.
As you know the penalty for a Jew betraying his own people and betraying your covenant with G-d means you get erased from the Book of Life. Those who betrayed Moses and worshiped the calf got to eat gold, you on the other hand will find no mercy from your creator.
Also, since Debbie is an excellent lawyer I’m sure you’ll be hearing from her personally. I wonder if this is the same Rabbi that had her escorted from Temple where a Hamas supporter was to be the guest of honor.
Oh and because this is the Sabbath, you also violated the covenant of doing work after sundown. You’re not a very bright Rabbi.

wolf2012 on February 4, 2011 at 10:26 pm

Ah, so you are a Rabbi. I read your site and well…..I hope you like it warm.

wolf2012 on February 4, 2011 at 10:33 pm

It wouldn’t surprise me a bit if the original comment was put up by a Muslim, as a provocation. And of all the times it could have been entered, just by happenstance, it was entered two hours before the Sabbath when Debbie signs off for a day.

Little Al on February 5, 2011 at 12:29 am

This is an excerpt of a response letter from my senator, Kay Bailey Hutchinson, of Texas:

“In President Obama’s recent State of the Union address, America witnessed a shift in the president’s message and tone, and that is a welcome change. I share the President’s belief that America faces many challenges and opportunities…”

Are these people insane? I seriously doubt that they have given any thought, or even know of, the latest headline proclaiming one of the recent feats of our “boy wonder” president. The headline: “WikiLeaks cables: US agrees to tell Russia Britain’s nuclear secrets” Yeah, I guess this really represents a change in Obama’s message and tone, and is a welcome change!

Yeah, this is a real hate site full of hate speech. So, what of it? Thing is most of us hate the same things: Islamo-facism, treason, liberalism destroying our foundational institutions, media and government propagandists shoving “Islam is a religion of peace” down everyone’s throat, anti-semitism, anti any other religion except Islam, U.S. and foreign government officials kissing the asses of terrorists and treating them as legitimate statesmen, stonings, clitoridectomies, bacha boys, Islamic “modesty”, a “faith” founded by a moon-god worshiping pedophile, and dozens of other things.

No sir, this is not a hate site. Most of those who I see post here simply have a superior contact with reality. Some can handle it, and some can’t.

Sorry, didn’t mean to rant.

CornCoLeo on February 5, 2011 at 12:39 am

If and when Hamas takes over the “West Bank” (it’s only a question of time” ) will Netananyu continue running after the Arabs pleading for peace?

Jerry on February 5, 2011 at 9:33 am

Rabbi Arthur Waskow is reporting this site to Paypal as a hate site! Too bad Paypal doesn’t accept complaints gainst idiot sites such as Waskow’s Shalom Center. With Jews like Waskow Israel doesn’t need Muslims as enemies. They have enough within their own ranks.

Jerry on February 5, 2011 at 9:45 am

Well said Jerry. Also Debbie doesn’t control what people say on her site. People can say anything they want, usually if its offensive Debbie will have the comment removed. I think its interesting that this “rabbi” doesn’t have any problem with the hate speech and death threats Debbie receives daily on her site from the Muslim Brothers this Rabbi so welcomes on his.

wolf2012 on February 5, 2011 at 9:58 am

Oh, take a hike “Rabbi”.

Peeps don’t have to post a disagreement to show disagreement with a stupid post. We are so used to nutters posting stupid shite, we just ignore the dummies.

You just don’t like DS because she is NOT afraid to say the truth…and post FACTS along to support her thesis.

You’re prolly a lefty and hate free speech.

Skunky on February 5, 2011 at 10:24 am

They almost succeeded in grabbing power in the country. However they had their fifth column in the government of Egypt represented by Habib El-Adly the minister of Interior who planned the car explosion outside the Church of the two saints. British Intelligence Service uncovered his role in the conspiracy. Now how do you like that????

I do not think they should kick them out. They should keep them to try for the crimes they committed and air to the people the underhanded roles they played in the matter. I think It is time the UN intervenes to supervise an election that excludes religious organizations from participating in political elections. There should be a stipulation of separiting religion from politics period.Otherwise we will be stuck in this deadlock.

G. R. SCHAROUBIM on February 5, 2011 at 11:14 am

When Debbie and some others say we should have “supported” Mubarek, what does that mean? Send in US troops to prop up his regime? Publicly or privately encourage him to fire on the protesters or look the other way if he did?

While it’s likely(but not guaranteed)that Islamists would take over Egypt, it’s also true that Egypt has a significant secular population as well, and the secularists have been well represented in the protests.

If we support firing on the protesters, then we are also supporting firing on people who truly want freedom, because at least some of the protesters truly want a free Egypt.Is that a position the US wants to take?

This is a tough situation for Israel because an Islamic takeover of a heavily US-armed Egypt is real danger. Let’s also remember anti-Semetic Mubarek has been fanning the anti-Israel flames for 30 years with Jew-hatred spewing out of the state run media.

This situation is one of the reasons I’ve always been opposed to the US selling advanced weapons to Arab states.

Scott on February 5, 2011 at 2:34 pm

You are the Sheeple!

joe dirt on February 5, 2011 at 2:46 pm

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