Anti-Israel Egyptian Singer Makes Obama Song

It sounds like all Obama’s skeletons are coming out of the closet.
We haven’t blogged about much of what is going on with him, but it seems that recently, the company he has kept in the past, is catching up with him.
With membership in a church that espouses “a commitment to the ‘Black Family,’ the ‘Black Community,’ and the ‘Black Work Ethic,’ and ‘pledge[s] allegiance to all Black leadership who espouse and embrace the Black Values System'” (think what would happen if the word “white” was substituted for “black”. The outrage and backlash would be huge. But I digress…) to saying that the Sermon on the Mount supported same sex marriages, Obama seems to be getting himself out of step with his support base.
Now, an anti-Israeli singer from Egypt, is going to release a song supporting Obama. This, coupled with the Muslims for Obama movement, doesn’t leave him in a very good light.
If we elect this man, we can expect him to push his leftest agenda of anti-Israeli terrorist support.

Shaban AbdelRaheem, of the “I hate Israel” song fame, is reportedly making an Pro-Obama song:

The hugely popular Egyptian pop singer Shaaban Abdel Rahim, best known for his controversial political songs and outrageous style, will soon release a new track celebrating the end of Bush’s presidency—and endorsing Obama. In an interview last week with Dar Al-Hayat, Rahim said that Obama is (roughly translated) “a good man, kindhearted, and better than Bush.”

Rahim, also known by his nickname “Shaabolla,” gained international notoriety in 2000 when he released the song “I Hate Israel.”
(The song’s subtitle, “But I love Amr Moussa,” refers to Egypt’s former
foreign minister and head of the Arab League.) Since then, he’s had a
rocky relationship with Egypt’s censors. They allowed “Israel” to be
broadcast but banned his follow-up tune praising Osama Bin Laden. (Its
chorus: “Bin Bin Bin Bin Bin Bin Laden.”) Other songs he has rolled out
include “Hey People, It Was Only a Tower” after 9/11, “Don’t Hit Iraq” in 2003, and “We Are All Out of Patience” about the Mohammed cartoon controversy in 2006.

Now, the person who wrote this story is my very own good friend Gemmyhood, who is enjoying a stint of employment at Slate. Gemmy- who is an Obama supporter- had told me about the story before he published it, and I told him that it would be used to harm the Obama candidacy. He thinks I am exxagerating, but follow me on this, ok?

Obama has a problem now: this is the third time in recent memory where he gets endorsed or supported by someone who is blatantly anti-semetic or anti-Israel ( Farakhan, Wright and now Shaabolla). While it’s not the man’s fault that he gets supported by kooks, it could totally be used against him in that slimy “we are just asking harmless questions” way usually employed by DC political hitmen. First they will start asking questions in an innocent way : “well, we are not saying that Obama is an anti-semite, but he certainly has a certain appeal to anti-semetic people, so it begs the question of ‘why is that?”. What is it that those people know that we don’t?” And that should get the ball rolling in the heads of people, especially that Obama so far looks too good to be true, and as we all know, that probably means he is not. Some people will start wondering if maybe there is something to the accusation of Obama being anti-semitic, especially that the man whom he considers his spiritual guide- and the man he won’t disavow- has had his share of Anti-Israel and -US sentiments. That will get the ball rolling, and it won’t stop there.

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