August 2, 2013, - 3:16 pm

Google Arabic Keyboard Assumes All Users Are Muslim, Automatically Includes “allah,” “the Messenger” (Mohammed)

By Debbie Schlussel

I hate when people constantly tell me that the “owners” of Google, founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page, are of Jewish descent, so Google can’t possibly be pan-Muslim or anti-Israel. On the contrary, Google bends over backward to pander to the Muslim world, including recognizing HAMAS “Palestine” as a state, when it isn’t one. Brin is a JINO (Jew In Name Only) and Page doesn’t even identify as Jewish. And, now, it’s come to light that the Google keyboard for Android-based devices automatically assumes that the user is Muslim, inserting references to allah and “the Messenger” (a reference to Mohammed). This is the case, even though millions of Arabic speakers–including many Arabs themselves–are not Muslim.



Google Keyboard = Islamic Propaganda. Just Easier

From Angry Arab a/k/a As’ad AbuKhalil, a nutty, vehemently anti-Israel Muslim atheist (whose views I don’t endorse one iota):

So there is a new Google keyboard to be used in ???Android-based devices. I have been using it on my Sony Experia tablet. But it seems that some old fashioned orientalist was behind the design. It can type what you can dictate to it but there is an Islamo-centric problem. Whatever you say it will interpret as including the words “Allah” and “the messenger”. It thinks that every Arabic sentence have to include those two words. Kid you not.

Yup, thank Sergey Brin, Larry Page, and company for promoting Islam on the keyboards of those around the Arab world who are not Muslim and are more than likely persecuted by Muslims.

I previously called Google, “Jihad-gle,” for a reason. Here’s yet another one.

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27 Responses

“I previously called Google, “Jihad-gle,” for a reason.”


DS_ROCKS! on August 2, 2013 at 3:18 pm

The keyboard is anticipating the future.

Worry01 on August 2, 2013 at 4:02 pm

There are Jews who are native Arabic speakers.

HALLLOOOOO? Earth to Google – while Muslims can be Arab NOT all Arabic speakers are Muslim!

And not all of them are Arabs!

NormanF on August 2, 2013 at 4:32 pm

Google has already, on their maps, carved out a piece of Israel and calls it Palestine.

Jonathan E. Grant on August 2, 2013 at 5:44 pm

As DS and NormanF explained in their statements, not all muslims speak the arab dialect and not all of them are of arab lineage. And the word “allah” in Arabic means “god” in English, yes those who speak arabic fluently whenever they mentioned god during the course of a discussion, they’ll say “allah”.

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

Sean R. on August 2, 2013 at 6:10 pm

A Moooooslim atheist? That must be like a glorified Dhimmi or something. And as I’ve learned here sorts like that (Lebanese Christians, Coptic Egyptians…) can be worse.

Islam. The gift that just keeps effing up the world!

Skunky on August 2, 2013 at 9:41 pm

    As a couple have pointed out As’ad Abu Khalil, or anyone else for that matter, isn’t a “Muslim Atheist”, he’s simply an atheist, and a was born into a Muslim family.

    Adam on August 6, 2013 at 1:49 am

Hi Debbie.

Just fyi, I could be wrong but Google auto-fill for research is based on the most common searches in the used language. At least, on my end, when I type “A” it says “amazon” as the first result.

Also, both words, Allah and “The Messenger” begin with the letter alif, which is the first letter of the Arabic. (The Messenger = “ar-rasul”)

The more you know <3

Also I am not a fan of religion (including Islam) but I just gave my objective input on a linguistics matter.

Titanic fan on August 2, 2013 at 10:43 pm

research = search*, sorry for the error!

Titanic fan on August 2, 2013 at 10:43 pm

I use Google sometimes, but, other times I use startpage. Startpage has privacy features that might keep nosy people out of your business. Google is ran by the typical whores that sell everything,including any of your info they can get their hands on to the highest bidder. And, they cave in to any sizable groups of people who get offended and like to bitch about internet content.

RT on August 3, 2013 at 12:19 am

This is just stupid. And damned dangerous. Do these yayhoos not Remember ‘The Hammer’ Martel?


Jack on August 3, 2013 at 12:54 am

I agree the only difference it makes that Sergey Brin and Larry Page are of Jewish descent is that it means they will probably bend over twice as far not to be influenced by that in any way.

Also google gadgets have an annoying habit of showing up at press conferences and distracting from the imbecility of the presiding mouthpiece.
Without gimmick gizmo gadgets people would have actually had to pay attention to the nonsense Pelosi spews forth on constant basis for example.

Goo goo ga ga lah losers

Frankz on August 3, 2013 at 5:31 am

*not to appear to be influenced by that in any way*

Frankz on August 3, 2013 at 5:33 am

Frankz on August 3, 2013 at 6:20 am

Just one more reason to never use Google.

Road Warrior on August 3, 2013 at 6:57 am

One alternative to Google – as in the search engine – just go w/ ‘Duck-Duck-Go’. They are not ad-centric, and therefore, less susceptible to being manipulated by the Sowdi barbarian sheikhs and allah’s henchmen

For other things, consider the alternatives – there are plenty out there, from online mail services to other internet based ones. Apple itself is fine, and aside from them, there are Android alternatives surfacing on the market, that are not from Google. I hesitate to recommend Microsoft, which has been Arab centric since the 90s, but the others out there may well be worth considering.

Infidel on August 3, 2013 at 3:11 pm

Jonathan E Grant writes, “Google has already, on their maps, carved out a piece of Israel and calls it Palestine”

A few years ago I played with Google Maps, typing in Golan Heights” it located it in … Syria. I assume Google’s folks in Israel didn’t appreciate that.

To Infidel, I don’t know how “Arab centric” Microsoft is, given that several thousand people work for Microsoft Israel. Or maybe that’s just a reflection of how much they’ve come to depend on them. Even Kinnect came from Israel, from a company called PrimeSense.

Apple is much newer to the Israeli scene, only since buying the flash memory company Anobit. They subsequently assembled their own development facility, even hiring a hundred or so engineers let go when TI Israel downsized.

Raymond in DC on August 4, 2013 at 12:01 am

Raymond, I recall in the 90s, when Microsoft had a good portion of their Asian activity centered in the Gulf States. While many other countries were on UNIX, the Gulf states were right then on Microsoft.

They may have a lot of activity in Israel, but they’ve been in bed w/ the Arab sheikhs for the longest time. Although I don’t recall how they treated the question of Palestine.

Anobit was a fabless designer of flash memory – they came up with the designs and simulation models and so on, and would get their fabs – maybe in the Far East – to build those. Apple seems to have built manufacturing facilities for them there. AMD, which sold its fabs to Dubai based Global Foundries, had a spin-off company Spansion which bought another Israeli company M-Systems, to focus on making flash based hard drives. Of course, today, w/ SSDs, that is now pretty common, but this was pioneering work at the time (the 2000s)

Infidel on August 4, 2013 at 12:42 am

SSD’s stand for ‘Solid State Drives’, for anyone who’s wondering – I should have spelt that out. Essentially, it’s hard disks made from flash memory, instead of the usual magnetic medium platters that go into hard disks

Infidel on August 4, 2013 at 12:45 am

Google: Part of the far left.
I never trusted a man named Sergey!

burt on August 4, 2013 at 1:54 pm

“Muslim atheist” is definitely an oxymoron.

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palm beach manalapan homes for sale on September 14, 2013 at 11:18 am

hey man you suck what a poor article you don’t seem to understand the relation between arabic and islam without islam arabic wouldn’t have existed and you should know that the words allah and prophet muhammed pbuh are actually the two most daily used words in spoken arabic we use them frequently in our daily life you would also be surprised to know that non muslims here in egypt use these words just as frequently as the muslims do so it has nothing to do with the religion these are basic words in arabic without them the arabic dictionary would be missing much

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