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Friday, September 28, 2007

Ramallah raves about Raunchy Rosie

A lot of people in Israel were not pleased with Madonna's visit here for Rosh Hashanna. But if they knew more about one of her fellow travelers, they would have been even less pleased. One of those accompanying Madonna on her trip was former talk-show hostess Rosie O'Donnell. According to a new book out by Aaron Klein of WorldNetDaily, O'Donnell is a darling of the terrorists.

Hat Tip: Ashley in Tel Aviv

Muslim jihadist leaders interviewed for a new book were ecstatic about statements from television talk host Rosie O'Donnell about the war in Iraq and the global war on terror, agreeing with her outspoken views.

Some even invited her on a "fact finding mission" to the Middle East.

"I agree with what this O'Donnell says. ...We welcome Rosie O'Donnell to stay among us and to get to know the truth from being here, like many American peace activists are doing," said Ala Senakreh, West Bank chief of the Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigades terrorist organization.

Senakreh and other terror leaders were quoted sounding off about O'Donnell in the new book "Schmoozing with Terrorists: From Hollywood to the Holy Land Jihadists Reveal their Global Plans – to a Jew!," by author and WND Jerusalem bureau chief Aaron Klein.

For one of the chapters of the book, Klein assembles a panoply of senior terrorist leaders and asks them to sound off about the views of high-profile liberals and conservatives.

The terrorists interviewed stated they had never heard of O'Donnell, a former host of ABC's "The View," who made regular headlines with her heated political battles against conservative-leaning co-host Elizabeth Hasselbeck. Klein told the terrorists O'Donnell was a high profile television personality and read to them a series of her political statements, with which they mostly agreed.


One O'Donnell gem Klein writes the assembled terrorists liked the most was when they were informed O'Donnell raised questions on her online blog about the 9/11 attacks, implying the buildings were brought down in part to destroy documents incriminating oil giant Enron and other major corporations.

After pointing out conspiracy "factoids" regarding the World Trade Center's Building No. 7, which collapsed after the two larger "twin towers" fell, O'Donnell writes Building 7 "contained offices of the FBI, Department of Defense, IRS (which contained prodigious amounts of corporate tax fraud, including Enron's), U.S. Secret Service, Securities & Exchange Commission (with more stock fraud records), and Citibank's Salomon Smith Barney, the Mayor's Office of Emergency Management and many other financial institutions consists of a listing of various records supposedly destroyed in the collapse of WTC7."

"I agree with everything O'Donnell said," boasted Ramadan Adassi, chief of the Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigades in the West Bank's Anskar refugee camp. "Regarding September 11, there is no way the American intelligence and administration was not aware of what was going to happen that day. How come the Jews and Israelis disappeared from the buildings? Was it by miracle? They knew that an attack would take place. This meant that Zionist elements and the leading elements of the administration who are aligned with economic companies and interests, like Bush and Cheney's companies of oil, were very interested that the attack would succeed in order to start their campaign for the oil of Iran and Afghanistan," stated Adassi.

West Bank Brigades chieftain Senakreh commented, "Many people have been saying this since the first moment it happened. Of course when it comes from persons like O'Donnell, who you say is respected, it takes a more serious significance. I guess she knows what she is saying."

Senakreh, who was not aware when he made the statements O'Donnell was an open lesbian, went on to invite O'Donnell to visit the Palestinian territories.

"[She can report to Americans that] we are not in love with killing, we like peace, we are human beings, it is the occupation that obliges us to do what we do," Senakreh said.
Maybe O'Donnell should move to Gaza. They have a way with lesbians there :-)


At 4:56 PM, Blogger nachtwache said...

She sure needs to find God, if anyone ever did. God works in mysterious ways, you never know.
I think many of the people involved in film and arts have a touch of mental problems, some more than a touch.

At 7:06 PM, Blogger Dave in Pa. said...

Never fails to amaze me-Western Leftist women supporting Islamists. And lesbian Feminists!

Somebody ought to explain to those geniuses how women are forced to live in Muslim societies, especially the "traditional" ones. And that lesbians and male homosexuals are routinely stoned to death.

At 7:50 PM, Blogger Dave in Pa. said...

BTW, I forgot to compliment you, Carl, on finding that so-appropriate graphic of Rosie for the top of the article.

As my college photography instructor said, a good photograph always tells a story. This one really shows the inner woman. :-)


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