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Islamophobes Use Thanksgiving to Beg for Money

This year round it seems Islamophobes have dropped the whole Stealth Jihad on Thanksgiving conspiracy theory they so fervently pushed last year.

Instead, this Thanksgiving 2012, the self-described “fearless, defenders of civilization and freedom” have their hats out, asking for “donations” from the sheeple and gullible.

Robert Spencer begs on behalf of AFDI,

In other words, give thanks today for champions of the freedom of speech, for women who have achieved great things, for those who have moved our souls with music or representational art — anything outlawed under Islamic law. For it may be that there will not be many more who join those singular individuals, as Sharia continues to advance in the West. The time to celebrate them is now.

And remember the fight is by no means over. As you give thanks for the blessings you have received, resolve to give thanks for them. Now is the time for new approaches that bypass the mainstream media straitjacket and force the public debate onto issues they want to ignore. That is what we do at the American Freedom Defense Initiative. Help AFDI keep fighting. Every dollar you contribute to us goes to the fight. We don’t draw salaries. We don’t have expensive offices or a huge staff (in fact, we don’t have an office or a staff at all).

DONATE NOW TO THE MOST EFFECTIVE FREEDOM FIGHTERS IN THE WAR OF IDEAS. Donate via Paypal to writeatlas@aol.com or tax-deductible to director@jihadwatch.org.

Really Spencer?

Robert made 133k alone from the David Horowitz Freedom Foundation in 2009 for “directing JihadWatch,” and he has the gall to ask for more and claim no “huge salaries,” or “offices.”

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  • Fred

    It’s clear. Robert Spencer has been receiving funding and been spending it on Big Macs.

    In order for Horowitz to not find out, he is trying to get money back through donations to make up for it.

    The perfect crime.

  • Garibaldi

    @Chameleon,

    I read disappointment in your comment. We’ll announce an open thread at some point, if these HPs are able they can come over and discuss the pertinent issues.

    On Pact of Umar, also see: http://www.loonwatch.com/2010/03/the-protocols-of-the-elders-of-mecca-the-final-word-on-the-pact-of-umar/
    Part of a larger series on dhimmitude

  • Michael Elwood

    @Chameleon

    “I would love to have that debate with HP to address issues like this, but it seems it may never happen (no word yet on a date for the debate). I am not going to waste my time becoming an adopted troll on HP by wandering over there to correct such pompous buffoons.”

    I wouldn’t mind a debate with some of the characters over there. But I’m not in any hurry. So I’m kinda glad that nothing has been scheduled. We can go over there, or they can come over here at their leisure.

    “The ignorance expressed by HP commenters is simply stunning. For example, take note of the following”

    I noticed that too. :-)

    @Geji

    “About this type of ‘thanksgiving’, celebrated a la ‘American’ way, or celebrated a la ‘Canadian’ way, or elsewhere that celebrates a brutal force of a takeover (or theft) of a land that was already belonging and inhabited by a people, even though not shy where to apply genocidal means, to occupy, are you sure that is the sort of ‘thanksgiving’ Allah is referring to in the Qur’an?.”

    I already pointed out the problematic nature of the holiday in my first post:

    “It’s problematic from a secular point of view too (for obvious reasons, especially if you are of Native American descent). For me, it’s just a pretext to get together with the family, eat some good food, watch sports, and talk current events.”

  • mjasghar

    Sorry about the mistyping

  • mjasghar

    That guy is a real sneaky conniving type
    Notice how he says preachers supporting enslavement of black people – but doesn’t mention they were Chrisitian preachers! So he lets thick or careless readers conflate Islam with the mass slavery of black people purely based on their race
    He ignores the contemporary slavery with the corsair raids wherein blacks were enslaved in renaissance Europe as any careful observation of art of that time : the black body slaves in the background esp common in Italy
    Classic bigotry of some zionists – bad actions by Christians and Jews never have the religion mentioned in he same sentence but the prefix Islamic or Muslim is always used with any bad acts they have done

  • Géji

    Or should more appropriate be, “Hebrew” mentality!

  • Géji

    @Bird,

    “representational art — anything outlawed under Islamic law” …

    “Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image, or any likeness of any thing that is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth”
    Exodus 20:4

    … – I’ll laugh on the day he condemns God in OT form.”

    lol, true, explain that in a monotheism context! But still, the God of the OT is still presented as sort of tribal ‘god’, not really evolved from the tribal mentality of Jewishness “belonging” to one part, certainly not universal.

  • Géji

    @Micheal,

    About this type of “thanksgiving”, celebrated a la ‘American’ way, or celebrated a la ‘Canadian’ way, or elsewhere that celebrates a brutal force of a takeover (or theft) of a land that was already belonging and inhabited by a people, even though not shy where to apply genocidal means, to occupy, are you sure that is the sort of “thanksgiving” Allah is referring to in the Qur’an?. Perhaps in that case, should the Palestinian Muslims (or Muslims in general) pay a Quranic tribute to the “thanksgiving” giving to the European Jewish settlers (an extension of ‘American’ fashion of thanking things they proudly inhumanly takes) to the ethnic cleaning, and apartheid, to be ‘replaced’ perhaps by more thankful people in the land where they deserve more to inhabit (by any mean necessary) which “God”, Allah, of course granted, and wish to be tanked for?

  • Bird

    “representational art — anything outlawed under Islamic law”

    “Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image, or any likeness of any thing that is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth”
    Exodus 20:4

    I’ll laugh on the day he condemns God in OT form.

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