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Akbar in Hebrew Means “mouse”

Posted by Glezele Vayne on February 24, 2009

BS”D

Hehehe. I’ve always been entertained by that when Mohammedans scream their bellicose claim — “A-hu akbar!”, often before murdering innocents. You may be right fellas.

Reminds me of a small, obviously underfunded Holocaust museum I once visited in Israel. It was a moldering, sad little place, but it had one display I will always remember: A jacket.

A Nazi had forced a Jewish tailor/prisoner to use the Torah as lining for his jacket, obviously thinking himself clever in his cruelty, forcing the desecration of our most treasured, holy possession.

The tailor made sure he used sections from the Torah that contained all the curses that would befall Israel’s enemies. He who laughs last….

Below is an article by Dr. Bulldog & Ronin.

Chemical Jihad

Another of a  long list of reasons to say “no”.

You want some red rum?

You want some red rum?

Credit to Ron English — Link

From Schmoozing with Elya & Ellie Katz

5 Responses to “Akbar in Hebrew Means “mouse””

  1. avideditor said

    I did not know it. Great find.

  2. DJM said

    Its actually “Achbar”, pronounced the same.

    • elyakatz said

      BS”D

      You are right, spelled with a “chaf”. I stand corrected.

      It’s still pretty funny though, ain’t it?

      • DJM said

        Yes, it is. And muslims don’t even realize they’re being insulted when you use it. But I guess we should expect that given their low intelligence in the first place. I mean, anyone who considers muhammad to be a perfect example for humans to follow is either really stupid, or just a savage himself.

        BTW, you can find more about ‘allah is a mouse’ HERE.

        🙂

        • elyakatz said

          BS”D

          ROFL!!! Great story.

          He did indicate that the Arabic consonent is slightly different…but maybe that was more out of self-preservation than anything else.

          You wrote: “And muslims don’t even realize they’re being insulted when you use it.” I personally would not utter their idol’s name. But I reserve the right to laugh as hard as possible every single time I hear his name invoked in this manner. I don’t think for one minute this “double entendre” is a coincidence.

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