Radical Muslim group run by Israeli Jews!
- 2010/04/25 20:56:04
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Radical "Muslim" Group That Threatened South Park Creators Was Founded
and Run by Joseph Cohen, a Former Israeli Radical Who Used to Live in a
Settlement in the West Bank. Fundamentalist Jews who pretend to be
Radical Muslims, a growing problem...
Jon Stewart, shame on you. You’re a propaganda spewing puppet and
you’re no better than Glenn Beck.
In fact, the episode had been on the South Park website for
viewing at any time for the past few years (they just removed it)… and
4 seasons they had that image in their opening segment for every
single show… and nothing happened.
So for years on end no Muslim group, “radical” or otherwise, has
threatened Matt and Trey or Comedy Central about the image of Muhammad
that has been available for all to see every single day.
All of a sudden last week a group called “Revolution Muslim”
threatened violence against Comedy Central if they aired an image of
Muhammad which forced Comedy Central to censor the show and now you have
even liberals talking about those “radical Muslims” and their threats
of violence. Karl Rove couldn’t have done it any better.
Problem is, Revolution Muslim was started and run by a “converted”
Israeli settler who studied at an orthodox rabbinical school in Israel
before becoming a settler in the occupied territories.
You don’t think a orthadox Israeli settler would have any desire to
see progressive Americans start to hate “radical Muslims” do you? You
think “Revolution Muslim” helps or hurts the Israeli PR campaign after
Operation Cast Lead and the Goldstone Report?
Here’s the research your team should have done before you
went out and spun-up the neoconish ”radicalized Muslim” hype for your
“Revolution Muslim” is always there to say just the wrong thing to
make Americans hate “Radical Muslims”. They praised the killing of
Daniel Pearl with a childish puppet show. They sent “Get Well” wishes
to the guy who shot those 13 people at Fort Hood.
Yousef al-Khattab, 41, a radical Muslim in the borough of Queens who
runs RevolutionMuslim.com, claims on the site that the soldiers
massacred at the Texas base deserved to be massacred, and he insists
the victims are in “eternal hellfire.” As for the suspected gunman —
Army psychiatrist Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan — Al-Khattab hails him as a
You can count on “Revolution Muslim” to say the wrong thing at the
right moment to get Americans to hate all those “radical” Muslims.
But the only thing is… “Revolution Muslim” (his creative fake “Scary
American Terrorist” website) was started and ran by a man named
Yousef al-Khattab. Yousef al-Khattab was born Joseph Cohen, in Brooklyn,
New York. He was jewish. But not just jewish, he was a settler who
went to Palestine to live on the illegal Israeli settlements.
Joseph Cohen isn’t alone though. There is another “radical Muslim”
convert from Judaism (the original fake
“scary American Terrorist“) who makes sure that “radical” Muslims
are hated in America, his name is Adam
Pearlman and he went by the “radicalized” Muslim name “Adam Gadahn“.
Adam Pearlman is actually the grandson of a member of the board of
directors of the Anti-Defamation League (at least he was on the board…
Dr. Carl Pearlman died in 1998).
Gadahn grew up on a goat farm in rural Riverside County and moved to
Santa Ana to live with his grandparents, the late Dr. Carl Pearlman
and his wife, Agnes, in the mid-1990s. It was here that he learned of
Islam via the Internet and later fell in with a radical sect at the
Islamic Society of Orange County OC
And the funny thing is, after all that hate speech and those calls to
violence, Cohen never got arrested. Hell, even Fox News
knew exactly where he was. Guns, death threats, and all the rest
and amazingly Yousef al-Khattab
Cohen) was never arrested.
A New York City bicycle cabbie who mocked the murder of journalist
Daniel Pearl and posted a prayer on the Web calling for the murder of
Jews is now sending a ‘Get Well Soon’ message to the suspected Fort
Hood gunman, the New York Post reported.
After growing up in a jewish neighborhood in New York and attending a
orthodox rabbinical school in Israel, Joseph Cohen went to live in a
settlement in the West Bank to help steal Palestinian land from
His story is that he “converted” to Islam after meeting someone in a
chat room. You know what “settlers” are like in the occupied
territories don’t you Mr. Stewart? Ever see that video of them beating
the old Palestinian woman with a baseball bat?
Al-Khattab has claimed that he has nothing to do with the site
anymore but the person he founded it with left prior to all of this
earlier this month. al-Khattab claims to have quit the site in late Dec.
last year. His partner who started it with him also claims to have
quit the site earlier this month. I guess no one wanted to go to jail
for issuing death-threats over the internet. But someone did
I find it funny that after being born and raised as a jewish person,
after attending orthodox rabbinical school in Israel, and after being
radical enough to move to occupied territories in Palestine to live as a
settler (the most hard-core of Israeli Zionists), ALL OF A SUDDEN
Joseph Cohen dropped all of that teaching and suddenly became a “radical
Muslim’ after a chat in a chat room. He became a “radical Muslim” then
just HAPPENED to move back to the city he lived in before… Brooklyn,
Anybody believe that crap? Jon Stewart does. So much so he mocks
“radical Muslims” for threatening South Park.
Now, go here and
watch Jon Stewart joke and make derogatory comments about the group
that threatened the creators of South Park for showing the image of
Muhammad on their recent show. Then he thanks all the “other”
religions for not behaving like the “Radical Muslims” did when Stewart
makes fun of their religion. He then shows clip after clip showing how
they have made fun of Jewish people without anyone threatening
Radical Muslim is a COINTELPRO site, run by a “converted” jewish
settler pretending to be a “radical Muslim”. He is the ONE Muslim that
complained about the South Park episode… an ex-radical Israeli settler,
Mr. Stewart… real Muslims haven’t threatened South Park once
since 2001 when they FIRST ran an image of the prophet on their show.
From What Really Happened:
Fake Al Qaeda
"The truth is, there is no Islamic army or terrorist
"Ana raicha Al Qaeda" is colloquial for "I'm going to the
So, if you were forming a terrorist group, would you call
The Phony (Mossad) Al Qaeda Cell in
Adam Yahiye Gadahn: The Fake
The FBI lists Gadahn's aliases
as Abu Suhayb Al-Amriki, Abu Suhayb, Yihya Majadin Adams, Adam
Pearlman, and Yayah.
But Adam Pearlmen is his REAL name! Adam is
the grandson of the late Carl K. Pearlman; a prominent Jewish urologist
in Orange County. Carl was also a member of the board of directors of
the Anti-Defamation League, which was caught spying on
Americans for Israel in 1993, much as AIPAC has been caught up in
recent spy scandal.
Sent in by a reader: I recently saw the article
you linked about Adam Pearlman and his brand new feature film in which
he plays the character Azzam Al-Amrika. As someone who speaks Arabic, I
thought it would be interesting for WRH readers to know a little bit
about this particular name. First, Azzam in Arabic means either
"determined" or "resolved". Second, "Al-Amrika" (it's sometimes spelled
"Amerika") translates back to "America". Interesting use of words Mr.
Pearlman is using for a name, I'd say. But even without having to
translate the whole name, no Arab has the last name of Amrika. The name,
translated, almost sounds like a Bush soundbite.
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