Norwegian Labor-party (socialist) hipster Muslim Khalid Haji Ahmed recently provided a prime example of Islamic anti-Semitism. One would think, after having lost his brother to white supremacist gunman Anders Behring Breivik in 2011, Ahmed would be opposed to bigotry. But Ahmed had no such revelation, since anti-Semitism is in the Qur’an. Recently, Ahmed wrote “Fucking Jew whores, wish Hitler could come back and shower all you Jews again” on Facebook. When asked about the comment, he tried to pass it off as a joke. Do I smell taqiyya? (Taqiyya is the Islamic doctrine of lying when it is in the best interest of Islam.)
Hey, hipster Ahmed, you may think that hating Jews and supporting Palestinian Hamas terrorists makes you modern or post-modern or whatever your hipster standard is nowadays, but it just makes you seem super 1940’s. Sure, I know retro’s making a bit of a comeback, but that’s a style thing… then again, as a Muslim, you probably hate gays, thus explaining your lack of fashion sense. Dude, get your shit straight before trying to start/jump onto a trend like all your hipster-scum brethren.
(Author’s note: I can’t stand hipsters! They look like anorexic yetis who went to art school and their music sounds like crows being flayed.)
If anyone wants to voice their sentiments to the Muslim himself:
[…] Khalid Haji Ahmed […]
There is more to the story, after he postet hate speech about ews he got investigated by the police, and they found out he used false ID to get asylum in Norway.
He is due to get expelled from Norway after serving his prison scentence:
Taleb pretended to be a refugee from Somalia when he came to Norway in 2002. , he informed the authorities that he named Khalid Haji Ahmed, explaining that he and his family had fled from war and misery.
Faced with police data, the politician admitted his real name, that he came from the African state of Djibouti, north of Somalia, and that he is four years older than he had given.
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Khaled Ahmed Taleb was local politician in Hamar and Hedmark. He has represented the Labour Party in both the council and the county council.
When the authorities revealed that he had given a false identity, he said, from any and all political office. In May, Taleb sentenced to four months in jail, and he must serve half of the sentence. Google translate article: http://translate.google.com/translate?hl=no&sl=no&tl=en&u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.nrk.no%2Fho%2Fkhaled-ahmed-kastes-ut-av-landet-1.11293501