November 14, 2011, - 3:53 pm

Media Hides Name of Arson Suspect in “Jerusalem Restaurant” Explosion – Guess the Religion

By Debbie Schlussel

It’s not always a case of Arab Muslims bombing a restaurant in Jerusalem. Sometimes it’s a case of Arab Muslims bombing their Jerusalem Restaurant in Cincinnati. That’s what happened over the weekend.

Home Away From Home: Arab Muslims Firebomb Jerusalem Restaurant in Cincinnati Instead of a Restaurant in Jerusalem

Cinci’s Jerusalem Restaurant went down in flames after a suspicious explosion just a week or two after the restaurant shut down and the owner couldn’t find a buyer.  A man with a “Greek” complexion was seen running and trying to escape notice after the building was blown up and a truck screeches around the corner to pick him up.  How convenient!  And, yet, not a single media outlet covering the story will address the first “W” of the “Five Ws” of journalism:  “WHO?”  Do ya wonder why?  I think we know the answer.  In fact, I wasn’t exactly shocked to discover–after looking at restaurant reviews–that the owner of Jerusalem Restaurant is apparently an Muslim Arab, Aiman Arabeiat.  From the name of his restaurant, I would guess that he’s also probably a Palestinian, because that’s who names their restaurants “Jerusalem This” and “Jerusalem That,” in a stupid effort to show the city they seek through bombs and murders is really theirs.  Again, shocker! Yay, another case of what I call, “allah’s lightning.”

Watch the video (they don’t allow me to embed it here).  Federal agents from the ATF are now investigating because, hey, maybe Aiman was practicing his explosive skills and seeking to blow a different building up, rather than his own failed biz. More details:

Smoke poured out of Jerusalem Restaurant Sunday after an apparent explosion just before 9 p.m.

“We were all standing outside smoking, and the next thing we hear, there was this boom,” said TJ Crank, 24, who was in front of the neighboring Baba Budan’s at the time of the incident. “The whole front of Jerusalem was gone.”

Witnesses at the scene said an unidentified man walked out of the building, located at 235 W. McMillan St., shortly after the explosion.

“After a second, this guy stumbles out, glass in the back of his head, blood pouring down,” Crank said. “And a pickup truck comes out of nowhere — a black one — and he just gets in.”

The man was older, heavyset and dark-skinned, Crank said.
Brandon Abell, 34, of Lexington, Ky., was also at the scene.

“A bald guy — I would say Greek, maybe — walked out after the explosion,” Abell said. “We asked him if he was OK, and he just kept walking. As soon as the windows blew down, a truck pulled up and picked the guy up.”

The pickup truck was possibly a black Toyota Tundra, Abell said. After the truck drove away, Abell checked the restaurant for other people, but didn’t see anyone, he said.

Multiple fire trucks blocked off the restaurant from West Clifton Avenue to Rohs Street and from McMillan Street to Calhoun Street. Police vehicles were also present on the scene.

At 9:45 p.m., the Cincinnati Fire Department Hazardous Device Unit arrived on scene, and pedestrians were ordered to move a block away from the restaurant.

Jerusalem Café had been closed for approximately a week for remodeling, said building owner Ray Ritchie.

“I don’t think anyone got hurt, which, for me, is critical,” Ritchie said. “I’m hoping it was just an accident. I want to find out what happened; we’re trying to piece it all together.”

Ritchie arrived on the scene after an employee who lived near the restaurant called around to let him know there had been an accident, he said. Ritchie himself doesn’t own Jerusalem Restaurant, and said the owner was trying to sell it.

“There was one guy trying to buy it, and one selling, but it was all pretty up in the air,” Ritchie said.

As of press time, Lt. Joe Milek said an unidentified injured person was taken to an area hospital.

Nothin’ like getting rid of an inconvenient source of money drain and having the infidel insurance companies pay the price. Alhamdillullah [praise allah].

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11 Responses

I guess no more “Allah Snackbar” for the area residents…LOL

Habib Akbarovich on November 14, 2011 at 4:22 pm

My thoughts exactly Debbie, wanting to build a bigger and better Jerusalem compliments of the infidels.

CJ on November 14, 2011 at 4:33 pm

Hmmmm. Maybe it was Hussain al-Hussaini, who seems to be alergic (or the other way around) to law enforcement EVER bringing him to justice. And they thought nothing stuck to Gotti!

Ya gotta love that “Greek” florish they juuuuuuust had to add in there. They may be proud socialists but I don’t think the Greeks have taken to terrorism even a third as much as Mooooooslims.

Skunky on November 14, 2011 at 7:58 pm

Wow, who needs police investigation if you got DS guessing who are the criminals. Good job!!!

Sam on November 14, 2011 at 10:23 pm

Local TV news (3 channels) have never mentioned the “Greek” angle, nor have I seen any witnesses on camera.

Maximum trepidation delivered since the location is in the midst of the University of Cincinnati community.

Kent on November 14, 2011 at 11:14 pm

It’s not necessarily Arab Muslims – it could be other non-Arab Muslims as well – Somali, Paki, Israeli Muslims, Indian Muslims, Chechen, Bosniak, Turkish, Afghan, Iranian, Nigerian Muslims, et al.

Infidel on November 15, 2011 at 5:41 am

I had not realized how far down hill Cincinnati has gone with all of the Muslims moving in as well as the Black Undertow courtesy of Paul Kersey.
Thank you for listening to me on 11/14 about the idiot who posted on your site. Many spammers do not have a knowledge of history through lack of reading, their own stupidities, or prejudices.

Confederate South on November 15, 2011 at 6:43 am

    Right On! Confederate South.

    texag57 on November 15, 2011 at 10:57 am

There is a Jerusalem restaurant in Manhattan. GUess what? It’s owened by Muslims. DO NOT GO THERE>

bejenin on November 16, 2011 at 5:08 pm

No doubt it is under “investigation”. Most likely the Italian Mafia was definitely NOT involved, though the term Mafia is now a word describing organized crime from any culture. I do notice however that the circumstantial evidence is damming.
As they say in the business is not how but when a restaurant will blaze. Allah works in mysterious ways you know
If I was a bookmaker, or insurance agent I would be leery of writing a policy for any Palestinian business, unless I am Palestinian “mespucha” or plain “meshuga” vushtase? Arson is a great business if you do not get caught and someday you might own a Detroit basketball team if its done well and often. Just make sure to insure the next business in the name of another relative. God Bless America

Ron "felefel" Wolf on November 20, 2011 at 9:29 pm

Idiot. Not only have they named him, they’ve interviewed him and taken pictures.

Billy Zoom on November 22, 2011 at 11:40 am

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