Monday, February 21, 2011
Pro-Democracy protesters rally outside Palaces of KabobFest and Ikhras
A report from KabobFest Tahrir Square
Pro-Democracy protesters surrounded the offices of KabobFest and Ikhras demanding an end to the oppression and tyranny of the two hate-web sites.
The protesters chanted phrases such as "Khiyan, Khiyan ya KabobFest." And "Ikhras, abe alaik."
The protesters were met with a barrage of verbal sniper fire and were bludgeoned with clubs of poor literature, bad grammar and very untalented prose.
A protest leader at Tahrir Square outside of the KabobFest and Ikhras offices vowed, "They cannot intimidate us with their dirty language and poor writing. These are the children of privilege and royalty from Jordan and landowners in Palestine who live in wealth and pretend to care about the Palestinian refugees who they condemn to live in squaller in the refugee camps. "Hywanknot hatholl!" the protesters chanted.
The response from KabobFest and Ikhras was to publish more drivel and organize another self-serving, worthless event at the Palestine Center in Washington D.C. where five people showed up in "solidarity." One of the "speakers," the inarticulate Iron Sheik read his lyrics to the crowd as he stumbled through complex sentences and words with more than one syllable.
The Ikhras haters responded saying, "We can speaken the Arabic language more better than other peoples American and we Palestine love freedom for refugees and hate Zionist entity Israel Jews."
-- Maklooba Man