Monday, December 3, 2007

Hate blogger Tammy “Intifadagirl” Watts-Obeidallah resurfaces

Hate blogger and keyboard jihadist Tammy Watts-Obeidallah has slithered out of her digital Tora Bora to regale us with more tales of her jihadist exploits! This time around, she admits to engage in “baiting”. Admittedly, she has much more experience at “baiting” than I, so I will readily concede to her expertise.

It is interesting that she admits to having been wanted for questioning by the CIA and FBI. Unfortunately, those fine young men in their nice white coats weren’t the CIA and FBI, Intifadagirl. And that padded room they wanted to escort you to wasn’t Camp Xray at Gitmo, no matter how much you wanted to show your solidarity with the cause.

She says that on October 28, 2000, instead of being at a rally in DC chanting “Death to Israel” and following the cheerleading of now-convicted terror leader Abdurahman Alamoudi in praise of HAMAS and Hezbollah, she says she was in Tipp City beginning her political fast. And what evidence does she provide as proof? An article in Dayton’s Impact Weekly, apparently the jihadist newspaper of record. But on October 27, 2000, Intifadagirl was singing another tune, as this email from her shows:

Date: Fri Oct 27, 2000 7:54 am
From: “Tammy E. Watts”
Re: Fw: [jerusalem-net] Join National Rally October 28

Hello to Everyone,

If anyone still wants to go to the Rally in Washington, D.C. tomorrow, please let me know. I will drive, but I just don’t want to go alone. We can leave as late as tonight, I’ve driven there in as little as 8 hours before. I am in Dayton, Ohio.

Tammy E. Watts
No mention of her supposed 7-day fast. Just her own expressed intent to attend the terror support rally. What can you expect from the factually challenged? But I’m sure she’ll have some further spin.

But the capper to her post is her bragging about her new “print media” job in California. And just what fine publication is she writing for, having made her hasty exit from the Greenville Daily Advocate? A brand-new monthly newsletter, The Independent Monitor, which apparently hasn’t been able to publish every month since its inception in February. And what is she “writing” for this monthly newsletter? Well, her October contribution was a rehashed article from several years ago. And the Independent Monitor no doubt has a couple dozen subscribers.

Yes, Tammy, you’re really climbing the print media stairway to fame! Sadly, it seems to be an escalator going down!

Oh, and by the way, I would love nothing more than for you to join your jihad-loving buddy, Mahmoud El-Yousseph, in his repeatedly threatened lawsuit against me. That way, I will not only have a house in Westerville, but South Gate, California as well. Looking forward to it!