Friday, March 31, 2006

So, Anti-American Jill Carroll was Freed . . .

From Debbie Schlussel
To recap from our previous post on Ms. Carroll's views and extremist buddies, here's what the anti-American, anti-Semitic, anti-Christian Jordan Times (official government newspaper of our "ally" Jordan) had to say about the Infidellete Jihadi Conspirator:
The kidnappers who abducted her could not have chosen a more wrong target. True, Jill is a US citizen. But she is also more critical of US policies towards the Middle East than many Arabs. . . . Jill has been from day one opposed to the war, to the invasion and occupation of Iraq.

More than just being sympathetic with average Iraqis under war and occupation, Jill is a true believer in Arab causes.

From Arabic food to the Arabic language, Jill has always wanted to know and experience as much as possible about Arab identity, and she is keen on absorbing it, learning, understanding and respecting it.

She doesn't just "like" Arab culture, she loves it. . . . It is simply unconscionable for any Arab to want to harm a person like her.

Oh, and by the way, you know those female Iraqi terrorists we released for Princess Jill? Why have we never done anything like that for the lives of sundry American contractors and soldiers risking their lives over there? But yet we do it for this spoiled brat America-hater from Ann Arbor. Why?

Jill Carroll articles
A sample from The Evolution of an Insurgency by her.
After the lowest monthly U.S. casualties in a year, insurgents have come back this week with widespread strikes, killing several Americans and pulling off a sophisticated attack on Abu Ghraib that showed an evolution in planning and tactics.
From the comments with this article:
The attack on Abu Ghriab was neither "well organized" not "sophisticated", it was simply a suicide charge. There were ZERO US casualties, 44 minor wounded and Carroll "conveniently" forgot to mention that 50 of the 60 terrorists were killed in the futile assault.
I guess we have met the left's new, more telegenic and appropriately head garbed, Cindy Sheehan.

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