August 24, 2010
(New York) The atmosphere is tense in Lower Manhattan as the demonstrations against the building of an Islamic Supremacist Mega-Mosque on the hallowed site of Ground Zero steadily heat up.
Daisy Khow, one of the known wives of project leader Imam Ralph, says she's had about enough of the protests.
Daisy Khow (photo: Milkin' Daily Magazine)
"What do these idiots think they are doing? They're a bunch of dhimmi's, I mean, dummies, if they think we're going to tolerate this disrespect for much longer."
As Ms. Khow ranted, the protesters behind her continued to assert that the issue is not one of First Amendment rights, but of sensitivty to the families of 9/11 victims and other patriotic Americans.
"All we're asking is please don't build it at this spot, just not right here," said Greg Johansson, who lost a cousin in the September 11th terrorist attacks.
"We don't hate Muslims, and all we're asking is that they show a little compassion for their fellow Americans and the families who lost so much when people claiming to be acting in the name of Islam killed our loved ones."
Khow just laughed in Johannsons' face.
"You pathetic f**k! Why don't you go grow up and find something productive to do with your time? I'll bet you're an Israeli troublemaker, aren't you?"
Johannson, a seventh-generation American of Swedish heritage, appeared both flabbergasted and extremely stung by her words.
"I don't know how to respond to ignorance and hate of that magnitude" he said, before walking away.
But Khow wasn't finished.
"I'm almost to the point where I just say f*ck all these pathetic haters. I seriously mean F**CK them, the f**king racist bigots! We want to build bridges and create harmony and they dare to f**king defy us?!
You know what's really going on here? The Zionists are behind this discrimination against peaceful Jewish Muslims. That's what it is, and you're a witness" she added.
"Bigoted racists" who hate the "Judeo-Islamic" religion, protesting near Ground Zero (photo: Atlas Shrugs)
When asked about the apparent ridiculous and utterly diametrically opposed idea of a Jewish-Muslim religious connection, Khow merely snorted and said "we are semites and this is about anti-semitism. We Jewish Muslims are going to get nasty with these Zionist haters, let me tell you!
If they don't back off and I mean now, it will be their fault when we spill their blood by removing their bigoted heads for them. Of course, if we have to plan, maneuver, attack, and kill them in self-defense, their families will try and blame us for it. That goes without saying."
A box of "bigoted heads" in Iran, similar to the one that might be seen near Ground Zero if racist bigots upset Daisy Khow even further (photo: Savbaserian Ralph)
Questioned about the astounding assertion that there actually might exist a religion, or sect, that combines both Judaism and Islam, Rabbi Leftberg-Dhimmowitz of the Manhattan Mega Syna-Mosque in Manhattan, said "there is not a, you know, a combination of the two, well, I suppose that kinda you could say that maybe, uh, just for the purpose of, ummm, interfaith-dialogue and for, uh, getting this mosque built and, um..."
Daisy Khow, clearly not pleased with the progress of this answer, pulled a short-bladed scimitar and raised it toward Leftberg-Dhimmowitz, wielding it menacingly.
The Rabbi's answer then seemed to become much more succint.
"Of course there is, we are peaceful Jewish Muslims, and to say otherwise makes you a bigoted, racist, anti-semitic Zionist f**khead!"
Daisy Khow then smiled and heartily agreed, while carefully placing the scary looking blade back into its sheath.
(hat tip to Phyllis Chesler for the "Zionist bigotry against Jewish-Muslims" idea)