The Jihad, it’s not just smashing cop cars, it’s also robbing the infidels blind by using their own system against them.
When a YouTube trailer for a popular flick known as “The Innocence of Muslims” came out, there were some harsh reviews from some quarters. Barack Hussein Obama gave it two thumbs down and a year in prison.
Muslims in Australia went on a rampage, complete with assaults on police officers and tykes holding, “Behead all those who insult the prophet” signs.
And in a miracle for the ages, a disabled man, rose from his sickbed, and, with the leonine heroism that Muslims are known for, began smashing police car windows with a milk crate.
He has no trouble smashing police car windscreens with milk crates but it seems Muslim rioter Omar Halaby is not fit to work, receiving a $200-a-fortnight disability support pension.
The 19-year-old from Padstow last week escaped with a good-behaviour bond for his role in September’s violent Muslim protest in the CBD – partly because of remorse, his previous clean record and health issues he suffers that include sporting injuries and literacy problems…
In documents tendered to the Downing Centre Local Court, Legal Aid lawyer Sophie Edin said Halaby suffered from “certain disabilities” which had seen him claim the pension for the past three years.”He has some physical problems in relation to some football accidents,” Ms Edin told the court. “He has literacy issues, a short attention span, things to that effect.”
Tragic. He has a short attention span.
His attention span is just long enough to encompass some simple tasks like screaming Allah Akbar and smashing up a cop car. But you can’t expect him to pick trash up off the street. He’ll just get distracted, wander off and begin smashing police cars.
So he works on a construction site, but in his defense he probably breaks more things than he builds.
He pleaded guilty to smashing the windscreen of a marked police car with a milk crate and assaulting a TV cameraman.
The court heard Halaby yelled Islamic slogans at the camera crew and pushed a cameraman during the protest. He paid $500 for the damage to the police car.
Just before his court appearance last Friday, he posted on Facebook: “Having the time of my life at Downing Centre Local Court.”
And in Australia.