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The video made my blood run cold.
My heart goes out to you and your family.
P.S. If you want a good laugh, check out my videos of the recent Dead Sea Scrolls protests. Part 1 has almost 10 minutes of a woman with the screaming mimis; Part 2 shows other stuff and the "Falafel Remix" is much shorter.
I took part in a little protest outside a Toronto university on Friday where Azzam Tamimi, a known promoter of terrorists, was teaching the first of four sessions on the great and glorious history of Islam.
One young Muslim man didn't like the fact that we were there and told some of us (most of whom were Jewish) that he wanted to become a suicide bomber and blow everybody up. He didn't say it as a joke.
Later, when I asked if he had said that, he said, "Oh, you say stuff when you get angry". When a cop asked him, he responded with, "Well, they shouldn't be here in the first place..."
How many of us, at any time in our lives, have gotten angry and threatened to murder people by strapping a bomb to our body? None? That's what I thought.
I suspect that there are many Muslims in Canada who would echo his threat; I don't know how many would carry it out. The Muslim spokesmen who participate in multi-faith outreach and who speak so softly to Irwin Cotler would deny the existence of such threats but they are real and they are being revealed all around us.
The young Muslim suicide-bomb-threatener admitted twice to saying it, in front of my video camera and in front of the cops, but he was not arrested. Meanwhile, the cop had the nerve to tell me that we shouldn't say that my religion is better than your religion or that my thoughts are better than your thoughts, because they're not. (I - ahem - clarified a few of the cops' statements.)