H/T Joe LaVeque
Ibtihaj Muhammad is an Olympic fencer, a Muslim, and an American. She is also a whiny baby who enjoys feeling sorry for herself because she is a Muslim and wrongly believes that it is Muslims who are being persecuted and attacked. Really? Two words come to mind. Stupid and bitch!
This poster child for the religion of peace recently showed the world what she is all about, staging her own mock beheading (photo, below).
Too soon, Ibtihaj, which I believe is Arabic for “idiot.” It may be funny to you, but there are several billion infidels who are very much offended by your offhand joke, including yours truly. It is not funny at all! You should be hanging your head in shame. Instead, you are laughing.
Do you think Cubans are fighting for healthcare or freedom from Communism?
In an interview with The Daily Beast, Muhammad declared, “[I feel unsafe] all the time. I had someone follow me home from practice and try to report me to police. And this is right on 28th and 7th in New York City.”
I’m very vocal about these things because I want people to know I’m not a novelty, I’m not special in any way, I’m a woman who wears hijab and these are my experiences,” Muhammad said.
Muhammad, who came second to Michael Phelps in the vote for who should carry the U.S. flag at the Opening Ceremony on Friday, said the country is at crossroads.
“I want people to know that as hard as [these racist incidents] are on me, they don’t come even close to things we’ve seen like the shooting in North Carolina or the rhetoric around the Khan family at the DNC. It’s ridiculous and we as a country have to change and I feel like this is our moment.”
Asked by the Daily Beast what she thought about Donald Trump’s contribution to Islamic relations in the U.S., she laughed and said: “Who? I’m sorry, what did you say? I don’t know him.”
As well as speaking out about her experiences in the U.S., and discussing the issues with President Obama (as well as giving Michelle Obama a fencing lesson), Muhammad has also tried to help other Muslim girls fit in by devising her own line of clothing.