Qatar: too chubby for jihad?

Stuffing Themselves In Qatar 

Yep, they may be stuffed, but they’re  pretty good at jihad propaganda:

‘We aired lies’: Al Jazeera staff quit over ‘misleading’ Egypt coverage

More proof of why terror TV should be kept off the US airwaves.– Pamela Geller

From Al-Arabiya:

Dozens hospitalized in Qatar after overeating during Ramadan   - 
 People were hospitalized in Qatar due to overeating on the first night of Ramadan. (File photo: Reuters)

Dozens of people suffering from abdominal pain were admitted on Wednesday to hospitals in Qatar after overeating on the first night of Ramadan, the Arabian Business website reported Thursday.

“Most of the cases at the emergency room during Ramadan are gastritis. We see 10 to 15 cases of overeating every day,” a medical staff member at al-Ahli Hospital told the Arabian Business website.


The Doha hospital was in a state of emergency last year when 100 patients were admitted in the first night of Ramadan; most of them suffering from abdominal pain, dehydration or kidney problems, according to the website.

In 2011, the Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC)’s emergency department recorded 7,700 of Ramadan-linked cases of illness, the report said.

Qatar has among the greatest prevalence of obesity and diabetes in the world, The New York Times cited health experts as saying.

The small oil-rich Gulf state ranked sixth globally for prevalence of obesity and had the highest rate of obesity among boys in the Middle East and North African region.

By 2015, it is predicted that 73 percent of women and 69 percent of men will be obese in Qatar.

2 thoughts on “Qatar: too chubby for jihad?”

  1. I fast every night, thats why I enjoy Break-fast every morning. People on night duty sleep during the day and Break-fast in the evening.

    How is this different? They get lots of special priviledges, based on not drinking water all day. Wow!

  2. Maybe we can give Moochelle the boot out of the USA and send her to Qutter to tell them how and what to eat.

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