How to Make Islam Respectable

Mark Tapson, a Hollywood-based writer and screenwriter, is a Shillman Journalism Fellow at the David Horowitz Freedom Center. He focuses on the politics of popular culture.


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Regardless of whether one subscribes to the notion of a clash of civilizations, I think we can all agree that relations between “the Islamic world” and “the West,” however one defines those labels, are, well, strained. President Obama was elected at least partly because, with childhood roots in Muslim Indonesia and an Arabic middle name no one was allowed to mention until after the election, the Left believed him to be the perfect candidate to heal that rift. When he wasn’t healing the racial divide, America’s reputation abroad, and the planet, that is.

So right out of the gate, Obama made his first order of business an appearance on al-Arabiya TV, in which he made seven references to “respecting” the Muslim world, his flashing neon semaphore to them that he was no imperialist exploiter like his predecessor (Daniel Pipes notes here how common a motif the word “respect” was for Obama, ironically so for a man who commands none either at home or abroad). Then it was on to a self-important speech from Cairo, in which Obama flattered the Islamic world so effusively that one wondered if he was angling to ask it to the prom. And of course, who can forget his show of contemptible dhimmitude – I mean deep respect – to the Saudi King?

His efforts haven’t exactly mellowed the clash of civilizations into a Kumbiya campfire circle. And yet Obama was at least theoretically on the right track. Because a recent poll by the new Abu Dhabi Gallup Centre reports that a large majority of Muslims say that the best way for the West to improve relations with them is to “respect Islam.” But the West has made every effort at “Muslim outreach” and bent over backwards to make social and cultural concessions to its Muslim citizens. President Bush himself expressed a distasteful degree of deference toward Islam, and Obama far surpassed even that; so how much more respect will it take to make the Muslim world feel sufficiently respected?

The issue needs to be reframed. Since even our most gushing genuflection seems to have accomplished nothing except to incite further expectations of respect, it’s time for the West to take charge of this dialogue on our terms. We in the West – apart from Obama and his sycophants – are accustomed to the understanding that respect cannot simply be expected, much less demanded; it has to be earned. So now the question becomes, what must that majority of Muslims who want respect for their religion do to earn it? How can they make their religion, well, more respectable?

What follows are ten suggestions (some of which mirror Robert Spencer’s five ways to end Islamophobia) for those Muslims cited in the Gallup poll to take to heart – those who, like Rodney Dangerfield, lament that they can’t get no respect.

10. Stop waging violent jihad.

Let’s get the most obvious one out of the way first. If Muslims are tired of having the words “Muslim” and “terrorist” linked (on those rare occasions when our leaders and media actually do link them), a painfully obvious solution leaps to mind: stop committing acts of terrorism in the name of Allah and his prophet.

Ending atrocities against innocents and non-combatants (as we define them, not as the Islamists define them), and striving to actually live up to Islam’s Religion of Peace™ label, would be a nice good-faith gesture to lay the groundwork for better relations with the West. It’s certainly the most urgent step to take, and the most necessary – without it, none of my subsequent suggestions will matter.

For Muslims who already are not plotting or committing acts of terrorism, confront your co-religionists who are and nip them in the bud. After all, as it’s often pointed out, they constitute a TME – Tiny Minority of Extremists™ - that should easily be overwhelmed by the moderates’ superior numbers. At the very least, report the TME to the authorities…

9. Cooperate to the fullest with law enforcement to root out the terrorists in your midst.

A New York Times article last week noted that Rep. Peter T. King of New York, who will become the chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee, intended to look into a lack of cooperation in terror investigations:

When I meet with law enforcement, they are constantly telling me how little cooperation they get from Muslim leaders.

He cited the case of Najibullah Zazi, arrested last year for plotting to bomb the New York subway system. A Queens imam had tipped off Zazi that he was the target of a terror investigation.

Salam al-Marayati, the executive director of MPAC, the Muslim Public Affairs Council*, “expressed deep concern” that

[King] basically wants to treat the Muslim-American community as a suspect community.

I’m sorry to break this news to Mr. Marayati, but the Muslim-American community is suspect – not because of bigotry or Islamophobia, but because the terrorists and radicals in its midst have made it so. Resisting cooperation with law enforcement naturally lends even more weight to that suspicion. It doesn’t help when Muslim community leaders cry “civil rights violations” while claiming that people like King are

undermining the relationship that Muslim leaders had sought to build with law enforcement officials around the country.

Relationship? Law enforcement officials nationwide are complaining that there isn’t one. Short of infiltration, which Muslim leaders also oppose, law enforcement has no way of knowing what radical activities may or may not be going on inside the mosques. And that brings us to our next recommendation…

Next: Mosques are places of worship, not terrorist recruitment centers.

*Check out the Investigative Project on Terrorism’s devastating piece about MPAC’s unfitness to serve as a liaison with law enforcement.

8. De-radicalize your mosques

Estimates are that upwards of 80% of all mosques in the United States are controlled by the fundamentalist Wahhabi strain of Islam promoted by the Saudis’ bottomless funding. Preaching Jew-hatred, the supremacy of sharia, and the downfall of democracy isn’t likely to win us over. I’m just sayin’.

Now former Iranian Revolutionary Guard Reza Khalili reports that Iran is using mosques and Islamic cultural centers in Europe and the U.S. as centers of terrorist recruitment and planning:

They recruit, they train, they sell the ideology of martyrdom, and many, many are guided and connected to terrorist groups.

Robert Spencer comments that

There is no surprise in this, except for those Westerners who buy the politically correct line that mosques are benign houses of worship that are never used for any nefarious purposes. In reality, mosques have been used to preach hatred; to spread exhortations to terrorist activity; to house a bomb factory; to store weapons; to disseminate messages from bin Laden; to demand (in the United States) that non-Muslims conform to Islamic dietary restrictions; to fire on American troops; to fire upon Indian troops; or to train jihadists.

If Muslims don’t want their mosques infiltrated or investigated by non-Muslim law enforcement, then it’s up to them to clean house and rid themselves of the elements – including the imams themselves – who might be fomenting and plotting subversion, hatred, and terror.

7. Start respecting the rights of women

One of the West’s bigger bones to pick with the Muslim world is the latter’s (mis)treatment of women, which rockstar scholar Reza Aslan angrily insists is a non-issue:

If you’re somehow arguing that Islam has a different conception of women in society than Europe does, it’s just wrong.

Women such as Ayaan Hirsi Ali and my friends Brigitte Gabriel and Nonie Darwish beg to differ.* Here is how Nonie’s must-read book Cruel and Usual Punishment begins:

For the first thirty years of my life, I lived as a virtual slave. I was a bird in a cage; a second-class citizen who had to watch what I said even to my close friends. Under Islamic law I had to live in a gender-segregated environment and always be aware that the legal and social penalty for “sin” could end my life. This is what it is to live as a woman under Sharia law.

Last week it was reported that each year an estimated 600,000 lashes are dealt to women in the sharia wonderland known as the Sudan, for such shockingly heinous crimes against humanity as wearing pants. Women in sharia-controlled Saudi Arabia must conceal their seductive charms in black Hefty bags and veil their faces in public, of course; but now even that’s not enough for the Saudi “Commission for the Promotion of Virtue and Prevention of Vice.” A Commission spokesman announced that

The Commission members have orders to tell any women in public to cover up her face if they find that her eyes are seditious.

Ah, seditious eyes – potentially more threatening than seditious bare ankles, although the Commission doesn’t explain what constitutes “seditious.” No word either on how the Commission feels about “Bette Davis Eyes.”

* Not that Aslan will listen. In 2009 I attended an event at which Aslan was speaking, and Nonie Darwish rose in the audience to challenge him about the condition of women under sharia. After conceding one small point, he said, “Everything else you said is wrong” – and turned away from her, ending their discussion.

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  • Robert Laity

    Islam is NOT a "Religion". It can do NOTHING to deserve respect.
    http :www.nmatv.com/video/618/What-Islam-Is-Not/

  • Jake Neuman

    Exceerpt from Book: ISLAM EVIL IN THE NAME OF GOD
    Go to: http://www.godofmoralperfection.net

    11 Things We Must do To Gain Islam’s Respect

    1.Declaration of Ronald Reagan. “ YOU ARE NOT US”. Ostracize Islam and Quran from society.

    2.Ban Sharia Law.

    3.Ban stealth jihad.

    4.Ban stealth censureship.

    5.Ban Quran from prisons.

    6.Constitutional Amendment; Universal Declaration of Equality of women.

    7.Defense of America: Democravy and freedom Act.

    8.Declaration of a God of Moral perfection.

    9.Teaching islam To Children is Child Abuse.

    10. Any Mosque teaching Sharia, Jihad, violence against kafirs is guility of sedition/treason and will be shut down.

    11.Ban Muslim immigration

    • guest

      Any country with a Mosque is Islamic. Period. It is absolutely and completely under Sharia. No exceptions , ever. All that is required is for the population to grow and take the Host.

      You cannot reason with a berserk-er.
      The only question is if the host will wake up before it is too late.

    • DalRan

      I second you Jake

  • Bracha

    Well, I hope Muslims do this.

  • cedarhill

    Ah, there is a name for what the author describes. It's called Christianity and Judaism.
    Might want to add, then, to include allowing Christians or Jews to proselytize in all Islamic nations and neighborhoods.
    While you're dreaming, or smoking, or drinking or whatever one does when one drifts off into never-never land.

  • mikidiki

    The article is so much western nonsense. Most muslims know less about the tenets of their so called religion than they do about toiletry. What muslim is going to read this let alone accept it. Stupid is as stupid writes. Pathetic.

  • tim heekin

    unfortunately the word "mosque" in arabic means "place of battle" so don't look for them to become a "place of worship." "Moderate" mosques in the U.S. or any Western country are sleeper cells

  • waterwillows

    You could just as well have named your article "When pigs Fly".
    It would have been pretty much the same thing.

  • muchiboy

    Are you sitting down? Got your vomit bag near? OK.Get tough,I mean REALLY tough with Israel.
    Admit to the Arab and Islamic world that we westerners ignored and continue to ignore the injustices done to the Palestinian people.Tell them we were at the heart of the problem of the occupation of Palestine.Tell them of our intentions back then,to give Jews a homeland because we in the West killed them.Tell them of our intentions now,to return life and dignity to the Palestinian people,to give them and their children a homeland and birth right they can be proud of.Tell them the West will spare no effort,good will or resource in fulfilling the long lost and stolen dreams of the Palestinian people.And hold the hand of Israeli and Jew alike in reassurance and control.For starts.muchiboy

    • http://forum.darwincentral.org Ichneumon

      I realize you're probably trolling, but since there are enough people who actually buy into that kind of twaddle, let me point out that the reason the Palestinians are stuck where they are is because they've attacked and betrayed everyone who has attempted to give them a place of their own or live in peace with them. They had a place in Jordan until they tried to assassinate its leader and stage a coup to take over the place. Unsurprisingly, Jordan drove them out. And they've spent decades engaging in terrorism on Israel even during ceasefires and peace accords, not to mention rejecting every serious offer of appeasement and screwing away their autonomy with infighting and attacks/blame on everyone else in sight.

      A whole another essay could be written on "how to make the Palestinians worthy of trust", but I can assure you that just caving in to every one of their unreasonable demands, as you suggest, would only embolden them to new heights of violence, blackmail, and ludicrous amounts of playing the victim while spreading treachery and propaganda far and wide.

      "Injustices done to the Palestinian people"? *snort*

  • http://jc.does-it.net Gene

    It is easily proven http://jc.does-it.net that God authored and preserves the Bible. " The Star of Bethlehem" also proves Jesus is who the Bible claims and that God created the universe and all that is in it. The Bible clearly states that nothing is to be added or deleted from God's Word (the Bible) and yet the Koran claims hatred toward everything that God loves. Thus it is easily shown then that Satan is the author of the Koran and their is nothing that we (or they) can do to make those believer coinside peasefully with Judeo-Christians!
    This a spiritual was that the non-believer will never understand until it is to late.

  • Michael

    Islam uses the guise of religion to exist and promote jihad. Were it not considered a religion Islam would be banned from the Planet . Imagine Christians demanding foot baths on campus. Imagine Christians bombing their own places of worship. Imagine Christians flying planes into the WTC Towers. Imagine Cristians killing and rioting over the "Piss Christ". Put an image of Muhammed on a cross and stick it in a bucket of urine and see your art career go down the toilet ,where it belonged in the first place.
    My guess is had Christians done the same acts of terrorism Muslims did in the name of Islam in the name of Christianity , Christianity would be a crime. Get a clue !
    American Christian Infidel
    Michael Canzano

    American Christian Infidel
    Michael Canzano

  • http://marktapson.blogspot.com MarkTapson

    Just a clarification for those who may have missed the article's tongue-in-cheek quality: The poll I mentioned said a majority of Muslims think we can have better relations if we respect Islam more (and yes, I'm aware that what they mean by "respect" is more like "submission"). The article basically says, "You want respect? Fine. Here's what you have to do to get it." The point was to put the ball back in their court for once instead of accommodating or appeasing them. But while my suggestions themselves are serious, I never said that they could or would be taken to heart by those Muslims who seek our destruction. The piece was meant to highlight that vast gulf between our expectations and their nature.

    • BayouCoyote

      I heard several people ask if this was satire as they read it but they soon realized that it was not.

      You cannot reason with evil. The world is waking up.

  • MixMChess

    "Admit to the Arab and Islamic world that we westerners ignored and continue to ignore the injustices done to the Palestinian people."

    I have a better idea, how about the West admit that it continues to exacerbate the Israel-Palestinian conflict by providing billions of dollars in aid to the Palestinians? The U.S. has contributed over $3 billion to the genocidal/terrorist Palestinians since 1950. How about the West admit that UNRWA and other aid given to the Palestinians goes towards weapons used to murder Jewish children? Its about time we all be HONEST.

    "Tell them we were at the heart of the problem of the occupation of Palestine.Tell them of our intentions back then,to give Jews a homeland because we in the West killed them."

    Nope, lets not tell them your lies and feed into their fabricated historical narrative. Instead, lets tell them that the Jews are indigenous to the region and that Israel was well on its way to becoming a state back in the late 19th century when Zionism first emerged. Lets tell them that Israel was going to be a reality with or without the Holocaust. And while we're at it lets tell them to stop trying to create another Holocaust and to stop murdering innocent Israelis.

    "Tell them of our intentions now,to return life and dignity to the Palestinian people,to give them and their children a homeland and birth right they can be proud of."

    We don't need to tell them this as the Palestinians effectively have their own state. Israel completely withdrew from Gaza and the W. Bank is autonomously run by Abbas's PA. Instead, lets tell them the TRUTH, that they have no birthright to Israel but Israel is allowing them to live in Judea and Samaria as a gesture of good will. Lets further tell them to stop the xenophobia, rape, murder and terrorism of the Israeli civilians and children. Perhaps its time the West give the terrorist Palestinians an ultimatum to either let Israel exist in peace or face dire consequences.

  • muchiboy

    "Palestinians are stuck where they are is because they've attacked and betrayed everyone who has attempted to give them a place of their own or live in peace with them."

    No,Palestinians are stuck where they are because the European Zionists occupied Palestine and the UN sanctioned occupation and colonization.And today Israeli's continue the abhorrent policy of ethnic cleansing of the Palestinian people.

    "They had a place in Jordan"

    Like the Diaspora had a place in Europe and America.

    "And they've spent decades engaging in terrorism on Israel"

    ….trying to regain their stolen homeland and birth right.

    " not to mention rejecting every serious offer of appeasement and screwing away their autonomy with infighting and attacks/blame on everyone else in sight."

    And who are you to talk.After an absence of hundreds and thousands of years from Palestine with intermarriages,assimilation,conversions,integration,their very own and unique European language(i.e.Yiddish) and citizenship of nearly every country you condemn Palestinians for seeking after a mere sixty years what Jews yearned for thousands of years?And you probably still don't know what I'm talking about.Arrogance or ignorance on many sides and parts but both have had devastating consequences on the Palestinians.muchiboy

    A whole another essay could be written on "how to make the Palestinians worthy of trust", but I can assure you that just caving in to every one of their unreasonable demands, as you suggest, would only embolden them to new heights of violence, blackmail, and ludicrous amounts of playing the victim while spreading treachery and propaganda far and wide.

    "Injustices done to the Palestinian people"? *snort*

  • muchiboy

    "A whole another essay could be written on "how to make the Palestinians worthy of trust", but I can assure you that just caving in to every one of their unreasonable demands, "

    You don't think that many intelligent,knowledgeable, well intentioned and capable people said the same thing about the Zionists prior to the re-creation of Israel?And that maybe they were proven right given the regional instability,Islamic sensitivities and Israeli behavior?

    "as you suggest, would only embolden them to new heights of violence, blackmail, and ."

    We know the root causes of the violence:the lost and stolen Palestinian homeland and birth right.We even know who stole it.As to emboldening anyone to new heights of violence,things can only get worse without giving them anything e.g.a nuclear armed Iran and a Hezbollah run Lebanon.

    " playing the victim"

    Who would know better.Or should I say you should know better.Both Jews and Palestinians know what it's like to be victims.Those who don't recognize or acknowledge
    Palestinians as victims,including Jews,whose victims they are,are indeed Nakba Deniers,comparable to Holocaust Deniers.muchiboy

    • MixMChess

      "You don't think that many intelligent,knowledgeable, well intentioned and capable people said the same thing about the Zionists prior to the re-creation of Israel?And that maybe they were proven right given the regional instability,Islamic sensitivities and Israeli behavior?"

      You are making up lies again Ron Grant. No one though the Zionists were unreasonable, and many in the Arab World actually encouraged the creation of a Jewish State.

      Lets look at what the British actually said about the re-creation of Israel when in 1917 they issued the Balfour Declaration:

      "His Majesty's Government views with favor the establishment in Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people, and will use their best endeavors to facilitate the achievement of this object, it being clearly understood that nothing shall be done which may prejudice the civil and religious rights of existing non-Jewish communities in Palestine or the rights and political status enjoyed by Jews in any other country."

      Emir Faisal, son of Sherif Hussein, the leader of the Arab revolt against the Turks, acknowledged the "racial kinship and ancient bonds existing between the Arabs and the Jewish people" and concluded that "the surest means of working out the consummation of their national aspirations is through the closest possible collaboration in the development of the Arab states and Palestine.” Furthermore,he called for all necessary measures “…to encourage and stimulate immigration of Jews into Palestine on a large scale, and as quickly as possible to settle Jewish immigrants upon the land through closer settlement and intensive cultivation of the soil.”

      The Arab Congress encouraged Zionist aspirations. Abd-ul-Hamid Yahrawi, the President of the Congress, summed up the attitude of the delegates:

      "All of us, both Muslims and Christians, have the best of feelings toward the Jews. When we spoke in our resolutions about the rights and obligations of the Syrians, this covered the Jews as well. Because they are our brothers in race and we regard them as Syrians who were forced to leave the country at one time but whose hearts always beat together with ours, we are certain that our Jewish brothers the world over will know how to help us so that our common interests may succeed and our common country will develop both materially and morally."

      Looks like even the Arabs have proven you wrong yet again huh Ronald Grant?

    • MixMChess

      "We know the root causes of the violence:the lost and stolen Palestinian homeland and birth right."

      You are lying yet again Ronald Grant and defaming Israel and Jews. Jews legally purchased VACANT and TENANT-FREE land. Palestinians have no birth right to the region as there are not indigenous to the land and come from surrounding Arab countries. In fact most of the so-called Palestinians arrived after the initial waves of Zionism in the early 20th century when Jews developed the land making it hospitable and provided economic opportunities.

      "Palestinians as victims,including Jews,whose victims they are,are indeed Nakba Deniers,comparable to Holocaust Deniers."

      Nope, the difference is there was no "Nakba" in the sense as you describe it. Israel's creation was not a disaster. Israel did not create the refugee problem, the Arabs did. The only true catastrophe or "Nakba," if you will, was self-created by the Arabs. Recall, it was that Arab leaders who refused to accept Israel and the UN Partition Resolution and chose war and genocide instead. Had the Arabs accepted peace there would have been a Palestinian state and no refugees.

  • James

    What happens when they don't do any of these things?

    What should we do then?

    What will we do then?

  • MixMChess

    "Like the Diaspora had a place in Europe and America."

    Actually, Jews have always had A PLACE IN ISRAEL. Historical evidence shows that Jews have been the only permanent indigenous group in the holy land, with long established Jewish towns such as Sefad (not sure how to spell it English), Jerusalem (including E. Jerusalem) and Hebron (until the Arabs committed genocide and ethnically cleansed the Jewish residents). Additionally, diaspora Jews have long been immigrating to the land of Israel for over two millennia. The Jews returning in the 19th and 20th centuries were merely part of this age-old pattern. For example, Jews who survived Mohammed's assault in Arabia (Yathrib, which became Medina) migrated back to Palestine and settled in Jericho in the 7th century. After the Crusades of 1187-89, Jews from North Africa and Spain returned to Zion in waves of immigration. Clearly, the diaspora Jews have always been tied to the land of Israel.

    "….trying to regain their stolen homeland and birth right."

    Palestinians land was never stolen and they have no birth right to the land. The return of exiled Jews to the Holy Land did not disrupt the cultural history of Palestine. There was no common or stable indigenous Palestinian or Arab culture. Throughout the Holy Land's history, foreign empires had overrun it and left their mark and their people on the land. Foreigners constantly settled in Palestine because Muslim rulers wanted to populate it, because it was the holy land and drew the religious, and because of the shortage of labor. By the 19th century when the Jews were returning, the land was mostly vacant and barren due to administrative neglect by the Ottomans.

    We are all very tired of your lies Ronald Grant,

  • MixMChess

    "No,Palestinians are stuck where they are because the European Zionists occupied Palestine and the UN sanctioned occupation and colonization."

    You are lying again Nazi-Boy Ronald Grant. The Zionists built a state on TENANT-FREE and VACANT land. The xenophobic Palestinians are stuck where they are because they refused to accept the Jewish state. Recall, Israel was not created at the behest of the UN, it was well on its way to creation based on international precedent and just cogens in the late 19th century and League of Nations Sanctions after WWI. Is there a reason why you continue to spread lies and misinformation about Israel's founding? Or you just too lazy to do the basic research or do just enjoy defaming Jews and Israel?

    "And today Israeli's continue the abhorrent policy of ethnic cleansing of the Palestinian people."

    You are lying again Nazi-Boy Ronald Grant. Even you have admitted in the past that Israel does not engage in ethnic cleansing of Palestinians. The Palestinian population has actually increased exponentially under Israeli rule, increasing by over 84% from 1993-2004 alone! Additionally, Israel has been actively giving up territory to the Palestinians by completely withdrawing from Gaza and withdrawing from parts of the W. Bank. Hamas completely governs Gaza and the PA has autonomous control over the W. Bank.

  • MixMChess

    "And who are you to talk. After an absence of hundreds and thousands of years from Palestine with intermarriages,assimilation,conversions,integration,their very own and unique European language(i.e.Yiddish) and citizenship of nearly every country you condemn Palestinians for seeking after a mere sixty years what Jews yearned for thousands of years? And you probably still don't know what I'm talking about."

    And who the hell are you to talk? You don't even know the basic history of the region, in fact you are intentionally ignorant of the history as to not upset your warped and racist worldview.

    Your comment above says it all and proves your ignorance of even the most basic facts and concepts.

    The Jews DID NOT disappear from the land for two thousand years and then suddenly reappear in the late19th century. Read my previous post…. Israel has always maintained a Jewish presence in towns like Jerusalem (which has always had a Jewish majority), Sefad, Hebron, Tiberias, Rafah, Jaffa, Jericho, Gaza and in the Galilee. Historian Samuel Katz noted that during the sixteenth century, there developed a new "effervescence in the life of the Jews in the country." Over "thirty communities, urban and rural, are recorded at the opening of the 16th century. They include Haifa, Sh'chem, Hebron, Ramleh, Jaffa, Gaza, Jerusalem and many in the north. Their center was Safed. Its community grew quickly….The 8,000 or 10,000 Jews in Safed in 1555 grew to 20,000 or 30,000 by the end of the century. 16,000 lived in Safad in 1700, at a time when only a handful of European cities even 10,000 inhabitants."

    Even during the two millennia of their "exile," Jews kept returning to Palestine in periodic waves of emigration. For example, Roman/Italian texts from 1429 record another wave of immigration to Israel that led to "a mass movement of [Aliyah] embracing thousands of Jews from Spain, Italy, North Africa, and Egypt."

  • btilly

    Islam can never be respected as Islam is Satan's religion and God will soon bound the spirit shortly.
    Palestians were living in Jordan until Jordan ran them ojut. IKsrael was named Jacob once, and Arabs have nothing to do with Israel. Mo never came to Jerusalem, he dreamed a dream in bed with baby wife Aisha.

  • eva01to

    wow….why these kids doing this?
    cartier glasses