Thursday, June 19, 2008

The KABOBfest - Al-Qaeda Connection

Despite having exposed Fadi's sympathy for terrorism numerous times, fans of KABOBfest continue to come to his defense -- claiming that sympathy for Hamas' cause is not the same as endorsing their violent tactics or resistance.

Fine. Although I disagree, I admit that they could argue this point with relative success. But I dare them to argue this...

According to a 6-11-08 report by the AFP:
AIN AL-HELWEH, Lebanon (AFP) - A gunman was wounded in a shootout with Lebanese soldiers on Wednesday near the Palestinian refugee camp of Ain al-Helweh in south Lebanon, an army spokesman said. [...]

The incident occurred when three unidentified assailants opened fire on the soldiers as they tried to force an army checkpoint outside the camp, near the southern port city of Sidon, the spokesman told AFP.

The soldiers returned fire wounding one gunman, Issa Qiblawi, he said, adding that a second one was arrested while the third fled. [...]

The Palestinian official from Ain al-Helweh said the three assailants were members of the Islamic grouping Jund al-Sham and Issa Qiblawi was the brother of Sheikh Qiblawi, killed in 2004 in Iraq while fighting for Al-Qaeda. [...]

Members of extremist groups believed to have links with Al-Qaeda have settled in Lebanon's Palestinian refugee camps in recent years, especially in Ain al-Helweh, which is partly controlled by Jund al-Sham.
Allow me to simplify it for you: there is only one Qiblawi family in all of Palestine, and they're all related -- regardles of whether it's spelled Qiblawi, Kiblawi, Kablowi, Can You Blow Me, or Keblawi. Interestingly, that also happens to be Fadi's last name.

So Fadi not only supports terrorism, but also has family members in Al-Qaeda.

Fadi writes for KABOBfest -- thus, KABOBfest is associated with Al-Qaeda.


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