Monday, July 07, 2008

Ezra being sued again

Warren Kinsella threatens me with a lawsuit; implies Mohamed Elmasry not anti-Semitic - Ezra Levant

Have a read and maybe find some money for this crusader for our free speech.


Eowyn said...

I've already donated, and if I can again, I will.

Elmasry not anti-Jewish? Well, everyone knows the sky is red.

Honestly -- these assaults on common sense are growing more and more numerous. Just said today (to Advocate for the Republic) -- I think the inmates are taking over the asylum.

But to paraphrase a hackneyed American phrase (originally related to gun ownership) -- You'll have to pry my cold, dead hands off reality.

truepeers said...

Well I guess Kinsella, if he really goes through with a suit, which I somehow doubt, will try to make a distinction between Elmo's kids and Elmasry himself. It's not clear to me yet exactly what he did to help them.

I'm not saying it's much of an argument...

Dag said...

Elmasry isn't a terrorist jihadi scum-bag who went on radio and said numerous times that it's acceptable to kill Israeli civilians because they are potential IDF members?

Appearing on an October 19 panel discussion on The Michael Coren Show -- on the topic "What is a terrorist?" -- CIC president Mohamed Elmasry was asked whether any Israeli over the age of 18 is a valid target of Palestinian attacks. Elmasry replied: "Anybody above 18 is part of the army." Host Michael Coren offered Elmasry an opportunity to clarify, asking: "Anyone in Israel, irrespective of gender, over the age of 18 is a valid target?" "Yes, I would say," Elmasry responded.

A professor of engineering and an occasional contributor to the Globe and Mail and other newspapers, Elmasry reiterated his position to the Globe and Mail, stating: "Israel has a people's army and a draft and therefore they should be considered legitimate targets. They are part of the occupying power, and Palestinians consider them targets for suicide bombers as well as other means." Elmasry has since said that he regrets "that my comments were misunderstood and, as a result, caused offence."

There's tons of this available on the Internet.