Islamic supremacist logic is so complicated!
Actually, as I explained here, I think Mona Eltahawy's fascist vandalism of our pro-freedom AFDI ads was her attempt to get back into the good graces of her Islamic supremacist friends and colleagues, who have sharply criticized her for months for her honest piece in Foreign Policy criticizing Islam's institutionalized mistreatment of women.
"Egyptian-American Journalist Mona Eltahawy call [sic] raping Egyptians ‘beasts’ — but accuse [sic] NY metro ads of racism and vandalise them," from The Muslim Issue, September 26:
...Mona Eltahawy was sexually assaulted in Tahrir Square in Egypt during the so called ‘freedom’ protests in 2011. In the video above, with her arm in a cast, she gives her weepy testimony to the assault she experienced and calls her Muslim sex assaulter’s [sic] “wild beasts finding their prey… I was called a whore…. nonstop whore. That’s what I was called” and states that sexual violence (amongst Muslims in Egypt) comes from police and from non-police and they need a revolution of mind. But Eltahawy accuses Pamela Geller of racism for calling brutal Jihad savagery. Jihad and the call to slaughter innocent people is not savagery? How humanitarian of Eltahawy. She sure has priorities to her staged human rights ideals, and free speech is clearly only permitted by herself but not permitted from non-Muslims.
Pamela Hall is an American hero. Page 7 of the NY Post today -- The NY Post reports (they were there):
Mona Eltahawy, a self-described “liberal Muslim,” strolled up to one of the signs at the crowded 1/2/3 train mezzanine at the Times Square station and sprayed pink paint on the ads.
Straphangers stopped and watched Eltahawy — in a bright pink coat just a few shades darker than the paint — in amazement.
But Pamela Hall, a Manhattan mom who supports the message of the ads, was so infuriated, she rushed to stop Eltahawy .
“Do you have a right to do this?” demanded Hall — an ally of Pamela Geller, leader of a pro-Israel group behind the posters.
“I do actually,” said a sedate Eltahawy, 45, who has appeared on MSNBC and CNN. “I think this is freedom of expression, just as this [the ad] is freedom of expression.”
[...] She was charged with criminal mischief, making graffiti and possession of a graffiti instrument, and held overnight.
"Anybody was murders people coming from church or sleeping in their bed is a savage," Hall said.
Eltahawy's arrest capped a day of widespread vandalism targeting the controversial ads.
Hundreds and hundreds of anti-Israel posters ran all over the country. Not one was defaced. One anti-jihad poster goes up, and it's defaced within an hour, while its creator faces defamation, smears and libel. Mona Eltahawy, a Muslim writer who was herself assaulted in Egypt by people she called "beasts" took a can of spray paint to our ad and assaulted a pro-freedom blogger, Pamela Hall, who tried to stop her. Islamic supremacists and leftist thugs criminally defaced these ads within an hour. This is a physical manifestation of the way the entire conversation, or lack thereof, always goes: anyone who speaks about jihad and sharia is attacked, defamed, destroyed -- just like these ads. This is exactly what’s happening in the media regarding jihad coverage in general. Anti-American, anti-Israel, pro-sharia hate is all over the airwaves, but anyone who dares to speak the truth about Islam and jihad in the media is immediately smeared and defamed. You can't have this conversation in the media, any more than I can present these pro-Israel ads, and receive any semblance of fair treatment.
And calls from Islamic supremacists continue, once again demonstrating a contempt and disregard for American rule of law and individual rights. Islamic law trumps all. Reza Aslan calls for fascist vandalism of AFDI pro-freedom ads Jihadwatch
Reza Aslan is a prominent "moderate Muslim," but he is a Board member of the National Iranian American Council, NIAC, which was recently definitively exposed as a front for Iran's bloody mullahcracy. He also has numerous other Islamic supremacist ties, and so it was no surprise to see the tweets above. (He has his tweets "protected" so that I can't see them, but he hasn't reckoned with my Zionist black arts.)
The Mondoweiss piece he is linking in the tweets celebrates and applauds the vandalism of our AFDI pro-freedom ads. So when Aslan tells New Yorkers to "get crackin'," he is calling for more vandalism of the ads.
This is consistent with his utter intellectual bankruptcy, illustrated here many times. The Left and the Islamic supremacists hate the freedom of speech. They cannot abide dissent. They cannot refute our arguments, so they shout us down, demonize us, defame us, and deface our message. They are liars, cowards, and thugs -- and it is no surprise that a desperately insecure boy like Reza Aslan, abjectly incapable of defending his positions except with scorn and abuse, would be among them. Maybe when Reza is back from Europe and Mona Eltahawy is out of the slammer, she can loan him a can of spray paint. Fascists help each other out.
UPDATE: And again. Isn't it illegal to exhort people to commit a crime?In the comments section at the New York Post...
Cyrus McGoldrick of Hamas-linked CAIR's New York gang of thugs, who previously called for our AFDI pro-freedom ads to be vandalized, has predictably enough come out in enthusiastic support of Mona Eltahawy's act of brownshirt thuggery, both in the comments section at the New York Post and on Twitter.
This is no surprise, since Hamas-linked CAIR has long been a foe of the freedom of speech, and instead of dealing rationally with its opponents routinely engages in the most vile defamation of them. But it is interesting in light of Hamas-linked CAIR's recent hypocritical call for "robust political debate." By "robust political debate" Hamas-linked CAIR doesn't mean honest discussion of important issues, but "Palestinian" thugs menacing and shouting down Jewish students on college campuses, and fascist journalists spray-painting away political messages that they don't like. And the mainstream media, clueless and/or complicit as ever, continues to treat this unsavory gang as if it really were a "civil rights" organization.
And Nancy Mansour of the annihilationist group "Existence is Resistance" promises to finish the job: