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Friday, November 03, 2006

Where Was Hitler At The University of Pennsylvania Halloween Party?

University of Pennsylvania President Amy Gutman with her friend Saad Saadi.

Thanks to Ronald Barbour for making me aware of this:

University of Pennsylvania president Amy Gutmann threw her annual Halloween costume party at her home Tuesday night. Among the guests was Saad Saadi, who came dressed as a suicide bomber, complete with plastic dynamite strapped to his chest and a toy automatic rifle. Worse, Gutmann posed with Saadi!An obvious question: would Gutmann have posed with a guest--or even allowed him into her house--if he'd dressed as Adolf Hitler or a Nazi SS officer? A KKK member?But in modern liberal circles, posing as a Palestinian suicide bomber (see his kefiya) is just fine. After all, he mainly tries to kill innocent Jews.

Saad Saadi has a web site, at which he has posted many photographs along with the apology posted below.

My friend, Jason, and I express our condolences and sympathy to all affected by our costumes. We wish to make it clear that we do not support terrorism, violence, or anything that is against society. There is no agenda or statement associated with our behavior shown in these pictures. The costumes are meant to portray scary characters much like many other costumes on Halloween. Additionally, we strive for all societies to instill healthy and non-violent values.

Hey, maybe I'll go to an Muslim party dressed as Vlad the Impaler. How's that?

Go check out Ronald's blog. He has more photos of this event which you will want to see.

Honestly, I think I can understand Saad's apology. When people are young they do have a hard time understanding the true horror of the suffering of others. It could be that Saad really has no Jihadi sympathies.

However, wouldn't you think the fucking President of University of Pennsylvania would have more sense? Well, maybe she has sympathy for the Jihad. That wouldn't be surprising, would it?
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Blogger Pim's Ghost said...

Damn, I wish I had been there in my Beatrix Kiddo costume. I could have used my sword. Now THAT would have made a funny Halloween video.

OK, new jihadi to keep an eye on. Will do. Diligently.

Friday, November 03, 2006 5:18:00 pm  
Anonymous religion of pieces said...

I can't understand the problem. In Britain till long after the war people attended Halloween parties dressed as Hitler as well as the usual Frankensteins, Draculas, Mummies, Devils, Skeletons, Spooks etc. Some nowadays dress with Bin Laden masks and Motoon style Bombheads with the ladettes in burqas with 'Does my bomb look big in this?' written on the arse.

In Britain, Halloween fancy dress is always something evil or scary or in very bad taste.

The reason for this, as explained by my Christian schoolteacher (who unlike many modern evangelicals approved of Halloween) is that Halloween is a Christianised Celtic pagan festival.

In pre-Christian times people were afraid of demons etc. But Christian missionaries liberated the Celts from these superstitions and encouraged them to mock what they saw as the powers of evil.

If you fear Nazis and terrorists then surely you should mock them, rather than increasing their aura of untouchability by making reference to them un-PC.

Halloween was always intended to be offensive.

Friday, November 03, 2006 9:03:00 pm  
Anonymous religion of pieces said...

More on Islamifying Halloween: http://www.hauntedbay.com/features/osama.shtml

Friday, November 03, 2006 9:28:00 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is just unbelievable. Thanks for the link.

Saturday, November 04, 2006 2:51:00 am  
Anonymous foxy said...

Prince Harry went to a party dressed as a Nazi, some years ago.

I suppose we should out him for the closet Nazi he is.

Pim can you please also monitor him.



Sunday, December 03, 2006 12:26:00 pm  

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