Meet Umm Nidal Farhat, the gloating mother of three now dead Hamas terrorists, who is a candidate for the Palestinian Legislative Council in the forthcoming late January elections.
Farhat’s life is like a “My Three Sons” episode… written by Charles Manson. And you thought the people running for office in your town were assholes.
I protect my sons from defying Allah, or from choosing a path that would not please Allah. This is what I fear, when it comes to my sons. But as for sacrifice, Jihad for the sake of Allah, or performing the duty they were charged with – this makes me happyÃ¢â‚¬Â¦ “I prepared all my sons for Jihad for the sake of Allah, whether by carrying out an attack, or by any other form of Jihad. I prepared myself for this. He who chooses a difficult road must be ready to bear the consequences.
Not exactly June Cleaver, is she? And who isn’t used to this kind of campaign rhetoric?:
I prayed from the depths of my heart that Allah would cause the success of his (her son’s) operation. I asked Allah to give me 10 [Israelis] for Muhammad, and Allah granted my request and Muhammad made his dream come true, killing 10 Israeli settlers and soldiers. Our God honored him even more, in that there were many Israelis wounded.
One can’t help but look forward to the campaign slogans for this pudding-brained “Hades Mother-of-the-Year” award winner.
Here are a couple of suggestions for candidate Farhat’s campaign sayings, using popular slogans past and present as models for success. Add to them if you like:
“It’s morning in anti-America”
“In your heart, you know she’s crazy”
“No Jews left with U.N.F.”
“Tippecanoe and wingnut too”
“Our best days are yet to explode”
“Building a bridge to the third century”
“Real plans for marked people”
“Are you better off than you were four martyrings ago?”
“Return to abnormalcy”
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