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Chicken Hawk Eric Allen Bell: NUKE THE KABA

"Can I haz cheeeezeburger?"

Eric Allen Bell‘s genocidal predilections are already well known, we’ve covered his calls to nuke, bomb and destroy before.

Here’s one more for the record. I’m not a fan of the oppressive and repressive Saudi regime, but calling for the nuking of Saudi Arabia is just…loony.

Clearly Bell’s off the meds again:

Bell offers the caveat that the US should give all humans enough warning to leave and then proceed with the nuking. What happens Bell when the “humans” don’t want to leave? Just nuke ’em anyway, right? What about wildlife and nature? Nuke ’em anyway, right?

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  • maqsood sajid

    baby eric you born again then try but fail,born again try but fail,i give you one advise say anything before read your history,

  • Shabir Ali Rizvi

    @The Knocker, as if the Westerners don’t squabble amongst themselves.
    But yes sure. Westerners don’t squabble, they just leave their religions and beocmes agnostic or atheists… ha ha
    and don’t worry about the the Holy Ka’aba. It has been destroyed by worse people than this Bell clown and rebuilt in the same place.

  • Shabir Ali Rizvi

    Mohammed Kamrul;
    I know shias from Hyderabad who have worked for about 30 years and they were deported from KSA just for being shias as they were observeing Moharram. There were about 20+ families who were made to leave KSA heartlessly. some of them were there for 30 years. They were forced to leave. their employers were told not to renew their visas. Later they were told that they were following Moharram and that it was bidah and had to leave. Their children, family grew up there but they were uprooted for following Shia Islam. Worst part is they were not even given any notice or warnings. Some were deported right from their office/workplace and sent directly to airport. They were not even given proper time to collect their belongings. KSA Govt. later sent them their belongings etc.
    Now Kamrul, what kind of leaders of Islam are these Saudi friends of yours. Same thing happened in Qatar as well.

  • Shirin Esfahani


    In all fairness, though I have to correct you. Just a couple of weeks back I read somewhere that Arabs including Saudi will NOT allow Israel to use their airspace in attacking Iran.

  • Well said

    To “Saed”;
    I have actually met an ex-Jewish lady from a Kohen (Jewish priest)family who was just fascinated by Buddhism, went and lived in Thailand for a few years and finally denounced Judaism.
    She claimed that the peace and tranquility and “answers” she found from Buddhism were unattainable in Judaism.
    If you have found “life much better now”, good for you but if you are just parroting what your pa and ma Robbert Spencer and sPam Geller want you to say then you are wasting your time here.

  • MIT_MD/PhD

    Wow! Shirin from MIT? We must have met.
    Anyways I agree with you. The Wahaabist movement does go overboard with their evangelizing.
    If Saudis were so truly concerned for all of Islam, they would not allow US/EU/Israel to rain such heavy, cruel sanctions on Iranians due to which millions of innocents are getting hurt one way or the other.

    However, on a lighter tone I can imagine Robber Spencer sneakily cherry-picking bits and pieces of arguments from both, Shia and Sunni sides. I’ll bet that’s gonna give him fodder for his next crappy, non-peer reviewed book.

  • Sam Seed

    @rookie. Thanks for your kind gesture.

    @Saeed there are many Muslims who live their lives without adhering to tenets of Islam.
    I don’t understand why people have to publicly declare that they have left Islam and live a much better life. I could say the opposite is true and because of Islam life has a meaning and purpose.
    I feel honoured to be a Muslim and will always be proud to live the good life giving regular charity, being honest, helpful and grateful for this life. My question to you is: What is it that you do now so freely that was restricting you under Islam?

  • MentatM

    Also, if there are any people I find perhaps more annoying than Loons, it’s some of the Saudi-apologists and the more puritanical pseudo-Salafis who decry just about anything that comes from the west or beyond the 7th century as “shirk” or bi’dah” but then they are silent when the Saudis allow these tall, extravagant skyscrapers to be build near the holy sites, such as that Stalinistic clock-tower hotel next to the Masjid al-Haram. Now, I agree that shrines over graves are not a good thing, but a lot of times, these shrines are destroyed and something else is built over it…like a hotel, a mega-bathroom, condominium or a shopping mall for example.

    And yes, illegal immigrants in America are not treated in the best way, but what Latino migrant workers have in the US is probably paradise compared to how the South Asian immigrant laborers are treated. In the US, Latino illegal immigrants can at least try to gain citizenship or get a worker’s visa. Hell, in some places here, they can get government benefits and children of illegal immigrants are given citizenship. In Saudi Arabia, Dubai, U.A.E., etc the foreign worker is pretty much a third class citizen and there’s hardly as little as some sort of pathway to citizenship for the migrant workers who decide to dwell in the Peninsula countries. Yes, America and the West is racist, even today, there is no doubt about that and we have Islamophobes that Loonwatch and Americans Against Islamophobia do a good job at calling out, but Muslim countries…all of them…not just Arabian Peninsula countries have their own racism to work out.

    Also, Saudi-bootlickers like you have no room to talk when it comes to blaming other Muslim countries of aiding or “selling out” to the west. If that is the case, how do you explain Saudi Arabia allowing Israel to use it’s airspace should Israel decide to start something with Iran? How do you explain Saudi Arabia’s as well as Qatar and Kuwait’s complicit attitudes towards the Iraq War? Not even Turkey, which is a secular and VERY pro-western country, wasn’t entirely on-board with the Iraq War and even made restrictions for the US to use American airbases on their soil, not to mention that traditional European/NATO allies of the US, France and Germany, were really calling fouls on the war, yet Saudi Arabia didn’t seem to have much reservations about it.

    A lot of the going-ons in Saudi Arabia, the executions over “sorcery” (or whatever constitutes as such) or the execution of those Indonesian maids or the crappy treatment that most foreign workers receive? The Saudis sure managed piss off the Indonesians…I thought the Saudis were supposed to the unite the Muslim world, but all I’m seeing is it creating further divisions and fostering even more nationalism on both sides; with the Saudi government raising the status of their own nationals while foreign workers are treated like Huxleian Deltas and Epsilons or Orwellian proles and as I have said before, at least illegal immigrants in America are at least protected by labor laws, can join trade unions, can qualify for benefits (depending on which state they reside) and can try for citizenship.

    Also, it’s interested that this guy talks about how Democracy shouldn’t be brought into Saudi Arabia, because it’s a new western invention and I tend to agree with him, however I wonder what he thinks of Saudi Arabia backing a lot of these “Arab Spring” revolts (with the obvious exception of the one in Bahrain)? Now, I hate Bashar al-Assad and I’d like to see him go one of these days (though with something or someone else besides the current FSA replacing him), but when with Saudi Arabia have it’s turn? The conditions in Saudi Arabia are ripe for some sort of uprising; the wealth disparity, piss-poor treatment of migrant laborers, the Puritanical Salafi scholars who rule the roost and announce all these arbitrary fatwas and rulings, the destruction of old, religious sites in favor of newer, high-rise buildings (and yes, I don’t think shrines should be allowed over graves but shrines are being torn down with skyscrapers and mega-bathrooms in their place no doubt)

    and don’t “Astaghfirullah” me. Call me a Mushrik or a Kafir…any kind of Takfir on me will be considered a complement.

  • The Knocker

    Reading some of the acrimonious and divisive comments here (apparently among people sharing the same faith), Eric Ball must be having a field day rejoicing success of divide and conquer. Only among Muslims could they still find time squabble among them self, even if someone threaten to blow up their most sacred house of worship.

  • Harrison H.E. Elfrink

    The Saudis are aready doing a good enough job demolishing a lot of the old sites in the Hijaz and replacing them with high-rises. This guy has pretty much been beaten at his game.

  • DrM


    Riiight..another fake “ex-Muslim.” Nice try, but no green card.

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