January 9, 2012, - 4:40 pm

Obama-“Liberated” Tunisia Welcomes Israeli Flag (to Airport Bathroom Floor)

By Debbie Schlussel

A photo of the entrance to the men’s bathroom at the Tunis airport is a sharp symbol of what has happened to the “liberated” Muslim world in the Obama-Bush Arab democracy fantasy in reality.  Under the dictator Zein El-Abidine Ben Ali, Tunisia hosted Yasser Arafat and the P.L.O. for years.  However, in recent years, he had essentially a cold peace toward Israel and, at least, was able to keep his Muslim extremist population at bay.  Now, things have changed, and “moderate Islamist” parties–as the moronic Western media describes these organized animals–have taken over, winning the elections.  Since then, Tunisia is very “welcoming” of the Israeli flag . . . on the floor of the men’s bathroom at the Tunis airport.  Yup, a classy bunch, these “democrats” in the Muslim world.  But, don’t worry, you’ll never see this in any of the mainstream media. The photo is from the Facebook page of a French-language Tunisian “news” site.

Check out the photo . . .

Ah, the “decor” of Arab “democracy” and “liberation.”

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33 Responses

ok and what is your problem exactly!!if you don’t like that you can sit and think to a good solution don’t only criticize

tunisian on January 9, 2012 at 5:25 pm

    how about stopping hating us or giving a damn about us at all?
    you don’t have enough things to take care of? i can name a dozen before even analyzing your current situation.

    about the criticizing thing, imagine your flag in our airport toilet, how would it make you feel? not that it is likely to happen because we are actually a civilized nation.

    Ikar M on January 9, 2012 at 6:12 pm

    A solution to WHAT, exactly? What pressing issue is it that would inspire someone to place a sovereign nation’s flag on a restroom floor?

    You want a solution? Here’s one: perhaps you and your fellow Moslems should stop acting like spoiled children and drag yourselves into the 21st Century.

    Islam Delenda Est on January 9, 2012 at 7:06 pm

      “You want a solution? Here’s one: perhaps you and your fellow Moslems should stop acting like spoiled children and drag yourselves into the 21st Century.”

      Agreed and well said Islam Delenda Est, to the first two posters (assuming the two of you clowns are muslims) if you can’t take people criticizing you’re damn cult-religion live with it and quit behaving like spoiled brats as IDE mentioned in his or her message.

      When left wingers criticize and ridicule christianity, you don’t see us christians intimidating and making threats to crazy and pathetic left wingers, but you damn muslims, it seems like you folks can NEVER get your way until the whole world is a complete islamic caliphate or something to that degree!

      “A nation is defined by its borders, language & culture!”

      Sean R. on January 9, 2012 at 7:26 pm

    You might try actually reading the article before commenting. There are quite a few things to criticize. As for ceasing and desisting from criticism, save your orders for yourself. Are you afraid of something?

    Worry01 on January 10, 2012 at 6:01 am

    If only the animals were kept in cages or sent off into space. Another nation shows what it truly thinks. Instead of winning noble prizes and doing something good for society, it needs to show jealousy, disgust and the worst in itself. Just another worthless country -Tunisia!

    andy on January 11, 2012 at 8:18 am

    How about I put a copy of the Koran in my toilet and pee on it? You like?

    Occam's Tool on January 11, 2012 at 9:43 pm

This will be the ELEVENTH year after 9/11 and it is crazy-making to see how deeper into ignorance of the Islamic world the Americans (and others) fall. It is an absolute outrage!

Most Amercans prolly don’t even remember the so-called “Arab Spring” let alone the misnomer that Tunisia was the catalyst for a FAKE “democracy” movement. And if they don’t know that “democracy” is something Islamic counties have ZERO interest in (I mean, if even Russia does not have a fever for it why would countries filled with barbaric death-cult followers want it???) they surely don’t see or even know of the chilling TRUTH of what Tunisia (with their disgusting use of the Israeli flag on the bathroom floor!!!!!), Egypt and Libya have in common now (and it is NOT DEMOCRACY). They don’t even know where to start!!!!

No, it gets worse and worse and the Americans become more and more oblivious to it all.

These barbaric and backwards countries hate Israel (a TRUE Democracy!!) so much that they display such disrespect for their flag in a disgusting room and having their feet touch the flag and yet you’ll have many in the Western world (and many, many Jewish people who are against Israel and Zionist Jews) thinking this conflict can EVER be bridged. It will NEVER be bridged because one side is loony and crazed and evil and out of their Islamic minds!!!! But that won’t wake ’em up.

And that is a huge problem because I am NOT Jewish but I see all of this with clarity and I have never been against Israel and I never will be.

Skunky on January 9, 2012 at 5:49 pm

What a nauseating picture.

Great job, Debbie, for constantly exposing the great hoax about all this “Arab Spring” and “liberation” crap.

DS_ROCKS! on January 9, 2012 at 6:13 pm

I have to wonder if the person responsible for this would be charged and tried if the OIC (of which Tunisia is a member state) were ever successful in getting the UN to criminalize defamation of religion. I can’t imagine many things MORE defamatory of a religion than causing people to tread upon one of the major symbols of Judaism (the Star of David) in a men’s room.

Of course, I don’t think that’s quite what the OIC has in mind.

Islam Delenda Est on January 9, 2012 at 7:04 pm

Remember, in the Arab world, that flag represents not just Israel, but the entire West and the Enlightenment.

As to the Tunisian, how would you feel if I took the pages of the Koran and used them for toilet paper?

Jonathan Grant on January 9, 2012 at 7:19 pm

    Jon, I swear to G-d, I did not look at your post before I wrote mine. Wow. To think that our thoughts overlapped fills me with giddiness, for your stuff is great. Have a wonderful New Year, sir.

    Occam's Tool on January 11, 2012 at 9:45 pm

“As to the Tunisian, how would you feel if I took the pages of the Koran and used them for toilet paper?”

Jonathan, I can guarantee you if you dare do something like that, the Tunisian poster would lose his or her mind and be making all sorts of violent and homicidal like threats to you’re livelihood? Seems to me that some-to-most muslims (notice I didn’t say all muslims!) don’t believe in freedom of speech, etc., if they don’t believe in freedom of speech, then I suggest they leave this country and go back to the damn hell-hole they migrated from!

“A naiton is defined by its borders, language & culture!”

Sean R. on January 9, 2012 at 7:31 pm

No muslims believe in freedom of anything, let alone speech. The “moderate” ones are taqiya-ing or content to sit back and watch the fireworks as their brethren commit atrocities.

DS_ROCKS! on January 9, 2012 at 8:12 pm

Spoiled children is right. That’s something a middle school student would think was cool…”hey, man, I’m wiping my feet on your flag!”

I mean, I just look at the image and think “these people weren’t beaten enough as kids.” (I think that is true, I’ve heard Muslim boys recieve little discipline, none from their mothers,…hence their often arrogant attitudes.)

Helsie Vanling on January 9, 2012 at 9:08 pm

    You have hit on it. It is the mindset of an 8 year old, which is a truly scary thing in an adult. The family and social system, which are inextricably bound up with Islam, discourage mental development beyond a certain stage. This situation necessitates an authoritarian political system to keep an Islamic society from dissolving into blood feuds and general anarchy. When a dictatorship tries to loosen its iron grip or a reformist government comes in the insane demands and wanton violence inevitably appears on the Islamic street. Even if the more reasonable demands are met, this in no way quells Muslim anarchy for any length of time. In the end, the iron heel returns to keep the insanity in check or the violence is externalized to engulf surrounding countries or groups(Jews, Christians, etc,)

    Worry01 on January 10, 2012 at 6:15 am

Debbie this Arab Spring phenomenon could be good for the Jews maybe. Any pretense these Muslim countries had of being civilized is now out the window. Eventually they will be put in the graves they’re digging for us. Also I want u to know that I wouldn’t allow any use of contraceptives in case we date as that would be a real shanda as I am probably related to King David.

A1 on January 9, 2012 at 10:00 pm

Thank you for reporting this Debbie. Also all comments that start from at 7:06 pm tonight on (as of this writing) are excellent as well.

Here’s my additional comment:

Israel should have a Tunisian flag be placed as a mat on the floor of their El Al airport men’s bathroom. Then perhaps Tunisia will understand the outrage of them placing an Israeli flag as a mat on one of their Tunisia airport men’s bathroom. Or, even if they don’t, it’ll still be fun to see them go nuts over it.

JeffE on January 9, 2012 at 10:59 pm

Dear Tunisian,

I realize that you’re new to democracy so let me help you a little bit. Under true democracy people are allowed to express their criticism on an issue without being required to make it constructive criticism (i.e. one that proposes a “better” solution) of the issue…

Furthermore, under true democracy people will view issues differently… For example, not that many people in true democracies view Israel as a problem that needs solving… Certainly not in the manner that those who delight in degrading the Israeli flag would like to see it solved (throw the Jews into the sea)…

I hope that eventually you will learn true democracy… Until then, you’re free to criticize any opinion you disagree with… But please, don’t tell people who do know what a true democracy means what to do… You have neither the moral nor the legal right to tell them what to do… Even if that’s what you’re used to (under your former dictator)…

Respectfully yours

Eliezer on January 10, 2012 at 2:45 am

Honestly, in the larger scheme of things, Tunisia, whether they like it or not, are irrelevant to Israel. What is relevant to Israel is

1. Its immediate neighbors – Egypt, Syria, PA, Lebanon and Jordan

2. Jihad financing billionaire countries, such as Saudi Arabia, Iran, and probably now, Libya. To a lesser extent, lesser oil/gas producers, such as Algeria, Bahrein, Kuwait, Qatar, Emirates, Morocco and Oman. (Thankfully, ex-Soviet oil producers like Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan are still not hostile to Israel)

However, Muslims from other places, be it Kosovo, Bosnia, Indonesia, Pakistan, Malaysia, Bangladesh, Yemen, North Sudan (somebody please change the name of that country from Sudan, since South Sudan is a sensible country), Afghanistan and yes, Tunisia, are irrelevant to Israel. In Tunisia, there were some Jews moronic enough to think that Tunisia would always be welcoming of them, despite being Muslim, and they’re now finding out for themselves what Muslims really think of them.

So while Obama has done his damage, which matters when it comes to Egypt, in the case of Tunisia, what he’s done is irrelevant as far as Israel goes. As Debbie points out, Ben Ali, despite keeping the Jihadis on a leash, hosted the PLO after it was expelled from Lebanon. Honestly, his ouster had a touch of Alien vs Predator to it, as did Mubarak’s.

The best thing the Israelis can do – although I know they won’t – is make toilet rolls that have the entire quran printed on them – front & back. Route it through China and create a black market in it. 😉

Infidel on January 10, 2012 at 3:20 am


    I would add Saudi Arabia to that list. The whole Jihad is financed with Saudi petrodollars. Without the excessive cash surplus gained by illegal price-fixing of petroleum, the whole Jihad against the West (and Israel) would fizzle.

    The Saudi border is only about 10 miles from Eilat in the south. It is only about 150 miles (as the crow flies) from Ashkalon.

    There is NO Santa Claus on January 11, 2012 at 7:29 am

The quran on democracy – 18:26 and 42:10 – for anyone who is still deluded enough to think that democracy can even be compatible w/ Islam:

18:26: Say: “allah knows best how long they stayed. With him is (the knowledge of) the unseen of the heavens and the earth. How clearly he sees, and hears (everything)! They have no Wali (Helper, Disposer of affairs, Protector, etc.) other than him, and he makes none to share in his Decision and his Rule.”

42:10: And in whatsoever you differ, the decision thereof is with allah (he is the ruling Judge). (And say O Muhammad SAW to these polytheists:) Such is allah, my lord in whom I put my trust, and to Him I turn in all of my affairs and in repentance.

Decision being w/ allah doesn’t mean what it generally means in other religions. Decision being w/ allah means that if islamic texts that have the wishes of allah spelt out decide something, that is final – no arguing or voting over it. So if it’s allah’s will that a synagogue not go up in Tunis, or that it’s okay to lower the minimum marriage age of girls to 6, then that’s unarguable. That’s what the victories of Islamic parties in Tunisia, Libya and Egypt imply.

Infidel on January 10, 2012 at 3:37 am

No airport in the world will have such a bad restroom. Seems like some friends took out a “fresh” israeli flag and one of them posed for the camera.

Ali Khan on January 10, 2012 at 2:17 pm

Here you go again Ali. You are an apologist for your religion which is understandable considerin your upbringing. In your heart you know you are wrong. I only hope Israel is prepared to send all who support the new Islamic Reich’s cry of “Judenrein” withe madrassas teaching suicide martyrdom to their glowing paradise.
You do not have to be German to practice genocide. History has already proved in Darfur, and Kenya, and Nigeria that I am right and you my deluded brainwashed friend are wrong.

Ron Wolf on January 10, 2012 at 4:56 pm

well seeing your replies that are of a very “democratic spirits” I can understand what are your prejudice so let me say that your democracy we don’t need it :they said constructive criticize ,I searched in your posts but in vain ,there’s someone who proposed even to do the same thing in israel : the first explanation is that we hate you !!! and we have to stop it :please be neutral and try to anlayze carefully we are so ignorant and we need so much lessons from you:we stand up waiting the best of your lessons

tunisian on January 11, 2012 at 1:01 pm

Tunisian: well, don’t need our democracy—fine with us. But should you attack us—remember Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The US may seem fat,lazy, and not willing to fight, and many of us are—but the Army of a Season of the Great Republic, should you provoke it, will destroy you unthinkingly. How many times, little man, dare you provoke a Wolverine?

Occam's Tool on January 11, 2012 at 9:49 pm

Screw you ignorant ugly whore

I hate zionists on January 14, 2012 at 10:51 pm

That is too clean a place for the israhell flag
I would not even wipe my ass and your face with it

I hate zionists on January 14, 2012 at 10:53 pm

Go back to Germany whore!!!

I hate zionists on January 14, 2012 at 10:53 pm

Anyway it’s pointless to talk or answer a nazi like you!!

I hate zionists on January 14, 2012 at 10:55 pm

I think it was in the 90’s an art student in Chicago put the American flag on the floor in front of a picture of miltary coffins draped with the American flag hanging on the wall, in front of the flag was a table with a book for a person to write cooments, the only way to write in the book was to step on the flag. The so called art was titled What is the proper way to display the American flag. The city had police stationed there so none would take the flag away.

But the hypocrite black alderpersons had a fit a few years later when an art student place a picture of Mayor Washington in a dress. It was removed by the alderpersons with backing from the police..

Placing a flag to be desecrated is not new.

Don on February 21, 2012 at 11:01 pm

From the essay “Communism and Islam” in International Affairs, Vol. 30, No. 1 (Jan., 1954), pp. 1-12, here is the eminent Bernard Lewis on Islam’s inherent totalitarianism:

“I turn now from the accidental to the essential factors, to those deriving from the very nature of Islamic society, tradition, and thought. The first of these is the authoritarianism, perhaps we may even say the totalitarianism, of the Islamic political tradition…Many attempts have been made to show that Islam and democracy are identical — attempts usually based on a misunderstanding of Islam or democracy or both…In point of fact, except for the early caliphate, when the anarchic individualism of tribal Arabia was still effective, the political history of Islam is one of almost unrelieved autocracy…[I]t was authoritarian, often arbitrary, sometimes tyrannical. There are no parliaments or representative assemblies of any kind, no councils or communes, no chambers of nobility or estates, no municipalities in the history of Islam; nothing but the sovereign power, to which the subject owed complete and unwavering obedience as a religious duty imposed by the Holy Law. In the great days of classical Islam this duty was only owed to the lawfully appointed caliph, as God’s vicegerent on earth and head of the theocratic community, and then only for as long as he upheld the law; but with the decline of the caliphate and the growth of military dictatorship, Muslim jurists and theologians accommodated their teachings to the changed situation and extended the religious duty of obedience to any effective authority, however impious, however barbarous. For the last thousand years, the political thinking of Islam has been dominated by such maxims as “tyranny is better than anarchy” and “whose power is established, obedience to him is incumbent.”
…Quite obviously, the Ulama of Islam are very different from the Communist Party. Nevertheless, on closer examination, we find certain uncomfortable resemblances. Both groups profess a totalitarian doctrine, with complete and final answers to all questions on heaven and earth; the answers are different in every respect, alike only in their finality and completeness, and in the contrast they offer with the eternal questioning of Western man. Both groups offer to their members and followers the agreeable sensation of belonging to a community of believers, who are always right, as against an outer world of unbelievers, who are always wrong. Both offer an exhilarating feeling of mission, of purpose, of being engaged in a collective adventure to accelerate the historically inevitable victory of the true faith over the infidel evil-doers. The traditional Islamic division of the world into the House of Islam and the House of War, two necessarily opposed groups, of which- the first has the collective obligation of perpetual struggle against the second, also has obvious parallels in the Communist view of world affairs. There again, the content of belief is utterly different, but the aggressive fanaticism of the believer is the same. The humorist who summed up the Communist creed as “There is no God and Karl Marx is his Prophet!” was laying his finger on a real affinity. The call to a Communist Jihad, a Holy War for the faith — a new faith, but against the self-same Western Christian enemy — might well strike a responsive note.”

traeh on April 17, 2012 at 3:49 am

Soon after posting the picture on my facebook group…it caused a somewhat an uproar, someone who works at both Monastir and Tunis Airports claimed that the pic is fake and this is not true. Care to provide the source or evidence? Not that I doubt they’re not capable of even worse.

Yonatan on November 28, 2012 at 11:13 pm

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