Tuesday, April 15, 2014
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The latest edition of the popular and hilarious comic strip IkhrAss which lampoons the anti-Arab, anti-Palestinian, anti-Semitic, anti-Jewish and anti-Christian hate site Ikhras, authored by "Thabet al-Arabi" and "Qassem Lufti." Ikhras is a hate site funded by the Syrian regime of dictator Bashar al-Assad.
Permission granted to republish the comic strip in its entirety and unedited. (c) 2014 The Arab Daily News, All Rights Reserved.
Friday, April 4, 2014
Comic Strip: Ikhras, Kim Kardashian and Syria's Bashar al-Assad
By Ray Hanania
Kim Kardashian, the HUGE Reality TV star, has come out swinging for Syrian Dictator Bashar al-Assad and defending his government against the Syrian Rebels, claiming that the rebels are killing Armenians in Kesab (Kessab) near the Syrian border with Turkey, where 100 years ago, Armenians were massacred by the Ottomans. Thabet and Qassem of Ikhras have really gotten excited about that in this latest edition of "IkhrAss: The Comic Strip" from Ray Hanania.
Send us your scripts for future comic strips to lampoon Ikhras and its writers "Thabet al-Arabi" and "Qassem Lufti." email them to firstname.lastname@example.org
Thursday, April 3, 2014
IkhrAss -- the New Comic Strip from Shades of Gray Comics
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Ikhras is a racist, anti-Arab site funded by Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad to promote divisions and conflict among Arabs in America. The two proprietors of Ikhras, Thabet al-Arabi and Qassem Lufti are Washington D.C. Arab activists who support Assad's tyranny against the Syrian civilians and lie and foment libel against anyone who challenges Assad's despotic regime. This comic strip, IkhrAss, seeks to expose their anti-Arab, anti-Christian and anti-Jewish political agenda.
Friday, December 9, 2011
Ikhras haters Thabit al-Arabi and Qassem Lufti, who have a life-long difficulty with the English language, moderation and accuracy, have laid out (or lied out) a long list of reasons why they think Syrian Dictator Bashar al-Assad shouldn't be attacked and that the pro-Democracy protesters should be blamed and criticized.
But they know that their support for the Syrian government, which has murdered more than 4,000 innocent civilians including hundreds of children, is not an easy one to argue. It makes them look like hypocrites as they assault and slander an array of people including. Their targets include star comedians Dean Obeidallah and Maysoon Zayid (who host the annual New York Arab Comedy Festival), and writers Hussein Ibish, Ray Hanania and Mona eltahawy. These are but a few of the scores of people that Ikhras brutalizes in their online verbal assaults as if they were the Syrian military police attacking civilians seeking freedom in Homs. (I can just see the Ikhras goofs cheering as new statistics surface about innocent Syrian civilians being killed by the Syrian Government that they consistently defend.)
All you have to do is read their Twitter posts, posts that Qassem and Thabet recently referred to as "Twits" in an email. Maybe that's because they are the "twits."
Hussein Ibish has penned a scathing expose of who these sad refugees from truth really are.
(Click here to read that priceless unveiling of the rotten core of Ikhras.)
Here's a direct link to Ibish's article: Click here.
But here are some of their most recent Tweets (Yes Thabet and Qassem, they're called Tweets, not Twits!) that demonstrate and prove their loyalty to the Syrian Dictatorship and why they pick and chose their words carefully to pretend as if they care about, say, the Palestinian refugees (they don't) or the people of Egypt (they don't) or ADC (which upsets them the most because ADC fights for the rights of victims of discrimination including those bullied by cowards like Qassem and Thabet and the Ikhras gaggle of online bullies).
Read how they carefully tiptoe and pretend they do not support the brutality of the Syrian regime, and then use that argument as a means of attacking others. The way they exploit the suffering of the Palestinians as a means of saying, hey, what's happening in Syria isn't that important because Bush is a liar and a murderer, too.
Their theme here is right out of the Little Red Book published by Bashar al-Assad and the Syrian Baath Party dictators.