In the period November 2013–April 2014 around 200,000 Ethiopians were deported from Saudi Arabia. There is nothing official or unofficial in Saudi Barbaria, but the main reason behind the deportation of Ethiopians was: Ethiophobia. The inferior Saudis who feel superior – because of Western rendered petrodollar – to Ethiopians felt uncomfortable when more and more streetscapes were transformed by restaurant and shopfronts or shop signage featuring the Ethiopic language alongside Arabic, like the below picture from Riyadh.
Luke 6:31 – Do to others as you would have them do to you
But, wherever Arabs go they take their demonic language with them. Should they also be prohibited from using Arabic, or, perhaps, face deportation because Americans wouldn’t like to be contaminated with their language and culture?
The following story about the daughter of Billal (named after the first man, supposedly of an Ethiopian origin, who made the very 1st Islamic call for prayer) Elcharfa, who had a nightmare about Donald Trump:
Bilal Elcharfa was pouring cereal for his children before school this month when his 7-year-old daughter, Maaria, walked into the kitchen, calling for him.
“Baba, I had a scary dream,” she said, hugging him tight. “About Donald Trump.”
“He was so mean to us,” she said. “He had a scary face, like a zombie or something.” In the dream, Maaria later said, Mr. Trump came to the home of every Muslim family in the country and put each one in jail.
If they think as though Donald Trump is a Jinn, he must be a good person or even an Angel.
Little Christian Syrian children are having nightmares about being thrown into ovens by Muslims. Muslims that are being funded by Barack Obama and God forbid Hillary Clinton should she win the presidency.
I’m an Orthodox Christian whose family immigrated to the US from Ma’aloula, Syria. Today, reports have come out of Syria about Christians being roasted in ovens and tossed into industrial mixers, in both cases alive. My government and the media turn a blind eye to the persecution and genocide of my co-religionists in the Middle East. The DOS continues a practice started under Hillary of possibly letting in the exact people who committed these acts by willfully not vetting Muslim refugees coming to this country.
I think the NYT has stooped to a new low in journalism with this silly, contrived piece. That being said, would the paper ever consider doing a story on the Syrian Orthodox Christian children having nightmares about Muslims because of the much more real and more terrifying situations that I describe above? I think not.
As for the family featured in the story, I have one response: boo-hoo. My relatives missing and presumed dead in Syria would have loved to be in your shoes.