All of us, every single man, woman, and child on the face of the Earth were born with the same unalienable rights; to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. And, if the governments of the world can't get that through their thick skulls, then, regime change will be necessary.
Sunday, June 28, 2009
This is incredible! Must watch!
An Arab tells what is wrong about the Arabs!
Memri TV is down, so I've uploaded it.
Algerian author Anwar Malek on Al-Jazeera TV, Quatar, on March 3, 2009.
That's something, all right.
I'll be posting it sometime this week at my site.
I think all of them are on the same wavelength: all are frustrated by being incapable of winning wars.
If all Arabs were to behave "civilized" in the West and being capable of landing on the Moon and being capable of destroying Israel and make significant conquests, these guys will pat each other backs.
E-Just posted this on mine...
Wait, did this guy just say the Arabs believe they can go to the moon???
I say, let's help them, for God's sake.
"Look what small resistance movements have accomplished using primitive weapons. Can you deny this? This completely refutes everything you say."
Is this an SNL parody?
I will be laughing about that line all day long.
To the moon, Arab.
To be fair, Arabs are not the only people who behave badly in the West.
In America, Arabs generally behave well. I understand there are more problems in Europe.
This guy is like the male version of Wafa Sultan. I wonder if death threats will be leveled at him.
The distinct difference between this guy and Wafa is that Wafa defended the Jews. This guy buys into the Palestinians as oppressed narrative. That will probably spare him the death threats.
His book got confiscated and banned in Egypt.
I wouldn't call this guy a male version of Wafa Sultan as you said, he seems to bay into the Palestinians as oppressed nonsense.
Always On Watch,
I'm not surprised that his book got confiscated and banned in Egypt, given what he said in the video.
He can't seriously believe in the "oppressed Palestinians" crap and meaning what he says. It probably really is a means to protect his life.
I don't know, there's no law of nature that say he can't.
I think what Editrix is saying is that it would be unreasonable for him to buy into the Palestinian story given his otherwise reasonable take on the Arab world.
He recognizes the inherent problems, so why would he not recognize that in the Palestinian territories they don't even keep their streets nice, they don't plant trees, they don't keep businesses going, etc. (Particularly in Gaza, from what I understand.) So, why would he observe that and think, well, in that case it's not the Arab's fault but the Jews fault.
Yes, wonderfully put!
On a different note: For me, the old anti-feminist diehard, it's not amazing that Wafa Sultan made (justifiedly so) headlines and this man remained largely unrecognized.
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