A Hamas groupie is something to be:
Lauren Booth poisons the minds of her little daughters with “Spiritual Morphine”
Who knows where her
spiritual journey hormone induced trauma will take them? Â One of our WoJ commenters suspects Â Mad Cow Disease my be to blame, but who are we to judge….
This one is actually more than a year old – it was posted in August 2009. These are Lauren Booth’s daughters – Tony Blair’s nieces – singing about ‘Palestine.’
Not sure about the title of the song though. Perhaps its ‘My Shariamore’ Â or sumpin…..
I wonder what the kids will do when they find out that Mommy’s new religion considers most of their family (including their father – or has he converted too?) to be ‘infidels.’
Will Lauren Booth allow them to undergo the Islamic ‘rite of passage’ and have their clitorises removed?
Will she marry them off Â at the age of 9 to Â faithful soldiers of Allah?
How come they are not properly hijabbed, niqabbed or burqabbed?
Related Links from Eye on the world:
- Report: Tony Blair’s sister-in-law converts to Islam
- Khaled Abu Toameh:Â Are Settlements Really the Major Obstacle to Peace?
- Leo Rennet:Â NY Times is Cheerleader-in-Chief for Unilateral Palestinian Declaration of Statehood
- Senior UNRWA official calls on Palestinians to prepare refugees for near certainty that they will never return to Israel
Lauren Booth sat down on a syringe full of spiritual morphine
According to thisÂ dramatic report.‘It was a Tuesday evening and I sat down and felt this shot of spiritual morphine, just absolute bliss and joy,’ she told The Mail on Sunday.There are some numbers in the following quote, so try to concentrate, please:‘Now I don’t eat pork and I read the Koran every day. I’m on page 60. I also haven’t had a drink in 45 days, the longest period in 25 years.’And the numbers are followed by a forward-looking statement:Refusing to discount the possibility that she might wear a burka, she said: ‘Who knows where my spiritual journey will take me?’Indeed. If 60 pages took her to 45 days of abstinence, one shudders at the thought about the impact of 120. Anyway, them Press TV folks sure know where to place their funny syringes…