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Pamela Geller Watch: Arabic Language not to be Trusted or Taught

15 February 2011 Loonwatch.com 5 Comments Email This Post Email This Post

Pamela Geller Watch: Arabic Language not to be Trusted or Taught

Pamela Geller was on Fox Business News, or as some know it Circus TV advocating her wacky conspiracy theories. Her response might have elicited the Pamela Geller Quote of the Year or at least a candidate (the year is still young),

“Well Bob, there is conspiracy theory and then there is conspiracy fact, there is a global Jihad, (mumble)…Robert Spencer’s book, (mumble), there is a stealth Jihad, there is a war and you can avoid reality Eric but you cannot avoid the consequences of avoiding reality.”

Pamela Geller, Bob Beckel, Eric Bolling and others on Fox Business/Circus News:

Islamophobia Today has a good rebuttal of the tripe from Geller on this subject:

Pamela Geller: Islamophobia/Arabophobia

Written by Admin of IslamophobiaToday.com

Pamela Geller’s Islamophobia has gotten so bad that she assumes the Arabic language is inherently “radical Islam” despite its existence well before Islam.  By this, she is implying that Arabs are only Muslims. I am not sure if Geller forgot or if she is plain ignorant but there are more Arab Christians in America than Arab Muslims:

Based on Zogby International Survey (200)

Not only does Geller exalt in her bigotry against Islam and Muslims (as the website LoonWatch has documented), but she is clearly manifesting her racist tendencies:

Good job, freedom lovers. You fought back against mandatory Arabic Classes in Public Schools in Texas.

“It shows how we mischaracterized, we willfully misunderstand Islam. Yes, on the face of it, yes, Arabic is a language. In a sense there would be no difference between opening a foreign language school — a Spanish language school or a french language school — but in fact Arabic is more than a language. It is explicated the language of Islam, so in that sense it is part of the Islamic religious imperial project. Radical Islam advances through the Arabic language. And you go all kinds of places that aren’t in the Arab world now, like Pakistan, Indonesia, Central Asia, the Balkans, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom and Canada and the United States, and you will here those Imams preaching in Arabic. Arabic is not just another language like French or Italian, it is the spearhead of an ideological project that is deeply opposed to the United States.”

In Geller’s post, she selectively quotes from Mandatory Arabic Classes in Public School In Texas, omitting the fact that Arabic is not only the language being taught at the school:

The University of Texas, working with the Mansfield district, identified Cross Timbers Intermediate as a target since 10 percent of the district’s Arabic-speaking population attends the South Arlington school.

“The federal government sees Arabic, Chinese and Russian as critical,” Escovedo said. “Our country has a deficit in Arabic speakers and people who understand the Arabic culture.”

The Mansfield district also offers Chinese and Russian, among other languages. Students may begin taking language classes in middle school to fulfill their high school requirement of two years of foreign language.

Geller does not make any comment about learning Russian, Chinese, or any other language, but for some reason, Arabic is the language of terrorists. So her logic, or as I like to call it the Gellerian/Spencerian logic is as follows:

1)       Muslims are Evil

2)      They speak  Arabic

3)      Arabic is Evil

The semi-coherent ramblings of the uber-racist Pam Geller once again, betray her false claims towards being an advocate of freedom, equality, and justice. For Geller, Arabic equals Islam and Islam equals total absolute evil and therefore by extension Arabic speakers are likewise evil.

Arabic is a rich, classical language like Latin and Greek, branding it as an ideology is beyond ridiculous, it is a call to prepetual ignorance where by Geller wishes to deprive the coming generations of an experience that not only will enrich their lives, increase their knowledge but will also prove useful in their future careers. In reality what she is afraid of is the normalization of Arabs and Muslims in American society, and she will go to any lengths to ghettoize the former.

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5 Comments »

  1. Does FOX advertise to find these people? What does that ad look like? So freakin’ insane! The truly sad and scary part is that VIEWERS listen to and believe the things they say!

  2. I think it is sad when someone is so fearful that she abandons rational thought.

    And has such a low opinion of the intelligence and strength of Americans (all Americans, not just we white bread ones…)

  3. I am hoping that Pam runs for president in 2012. You are the ones that are crazy!

  4. @LoveMoonbattery,

    Pam Geller is just another run of the mill hate mongering jewish lunatic. Only an idiot like you would even suggest that a creature like this should run for any kind of office.

  5. There was a television show called “Dragnet” where the polce officer said “Just the facts,maam,just the facts. It is a fact most muslims support Shariah law which mandates death for anyone who leaves Islam.Leaving ones religion is expressing a change in my theological opinion. If a person can’t change their theological opinion unless they wish to forfeit their pulse, what penalties await other expressions of opinion.Shariah is also imcompatible with common sense.If the only way to pleasing God was being a muslim, as long as I remain muslim who cares if there’s 6 billion muslims or 6 muslims? Pamela Geller is fallible in some her statements.It is easy to get illogical particularly on a complex topic.The statements in the Quran,the Hadith,Shariah law itelf and statements by revered muslim modern era leaders are incriminating enough.If that is not enough ,a thorough reading of Islamic history written by muslims will close the case. Which past or present Islamic national experience would American muslims like most duplicated here?

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