Hey, I Thought Bin Laden Did Not Represent Islam
As soon as news of the Bin Laden killing surfaced in Somalia, the Al-shabaab terrorist militia in the town of Jowhar ordered local residents not to follow any news related to the assassination. Hand grenades were thrown into homes that defied the ban.
An imam at the Al Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem calls for the death of Presidents Obama and Bush for eliminating Osama bin Laden:
Meanwhile, in Hamas occupied Gaza, Ismail Haniyeh, chief Hamas terrorist, condemns the assassination of bin Laden and labels him a "holy warrior."
Hamas and the moderate terrorists of Fatah have just inked a power-sharing agreement. In short, Hamas are now officially part of the so-called Palestinian government. If you read the Hamas covenant of 1988, you'll discover their goal is the murder of every Jew on the face of the earth and the establishment of a caliphate, clearly defined in Article Eight:
Allah is its target, the Prophet is its model, the Koran its constitution: Jihad is its path and death for the sake of Allah is the loftiest of its wishes.
Israel tried to withhold tax revenues to Fatah now that they have openly declared themselves in alliance with the genocidal yearning Hamas, but, gee, what a shock, the Obama administration leaned heavily on Israel and forced them to release the funds.
Hamas and Fatah now have plenty of money to smuggle weapons into Gaza--c/o Iran and its proxy army Hizbullah--and kill as many Jews as possible.
Yes, definitely hand these Jew-hating religious imperialists a state of their very own.
As my friend Carl of Israel Matzav always says: What could possibly go wrong?
Over in the happy-go-lucky Islamic State of Iran, the reliably insane Mullahs have decided that bin Laden was a Zionist puppet.
Ismail Kosari, a member of the Iranian parliament's Security and Foreign Policy Commission and a close affiliate of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, postulated that bin Laden was actually operated by Israel.
"He was just a puppet controlled by the Zionist regime in order to present a violent image of Islam after the September 11 attacks," he said, adding that the al-Qaeda leader's assassination proves he had "an expiration date" forcing the US to kill him.
"Bin Laden's death reflects the passing of a temporary US pawn, and symbolizes the end of one era and the beginning of another in American policy in the region," Kosari said.
And these people are about to go nuclear.
To inject a bit of sanity into this swamp of Muslim madness, let's hear from Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on the bin Laden killing: