Elder of Ziyon: Jew-hating Arabs freak out over hasidim dancing in Jordan’s airport

This video, taken at Jordan’s Queen Alia Airport, is causing an uproar in the Arab world:

Al Jazeera (Arabic) reports that this video has raised the ire of Arabs on social media. Some are saying that they are performing “Talmudic rituals.”

Many Arabs attacked the airport management and the Jordanian government on Twitter for not taking punitive action against what they call a “settler group” which had been waiting for their plane to take-off.

Others asked if Israel would allow “Palestinian resistance activists” to dance in Ben Gurion airport…

  • And Jordan is a moderate Muslim nation?

    • Zaba

      And Jordan is a……… Muzlim nation…….

  • BillyHW

    Why do we give them airplanes?

    • Stronger than Dirt

      Because they’ve run out of these …


      • That actually looks pretty cool.

        How did they solve the thrust problem?

      • Frau Katze

        Good ‘shop!

        • Stronger than Dirt

          I scooped it …after searching for a bit … it’s not my ‘shop

  • Mickey Oberman

    Sorry but I must disagree with previous commenters.
    What those “dancers” did was rude and inconsiderate.
    They should be reprimanded.
    They represent Israel in a shameful manner.

    • Rosenmops

      I like the dancing and the song too.

      • DVult

        It was a bit weird but harmless.

        • luna

          Singing and dancing are harem.

    • Frau Katze

      It’s kind of weird but if this was worst we could expect from Muslims, I wouldn’t complain.

    • Justin St.Denis

      There is no joy in Islam, or jokes, or pleasure, or fun. Oopsies!

      Are you effin serious?

  • Rosenmops

    The Muzz probably have bacha bazi boys dancing in the airports.

  • If I saw this:


    I would assume that Muslims were happy and liked dancing to this stupid song. I would not assume they were casting a spell or some such rot.

    But then again, I grew up normally, so…

  • Drunk_by_Noon

    Does anyone here dance at airports?
    Generally I don’t, but if you were Jewish, and in ANY Arab country, would you draw attention to yourself by dancing?
    Was this a display of bravado, did they lose a bet and this was a dare?

    • luna

      From Wikipedia:

      In Hasidic Judaism, dance is a tool for expressing joy and is believed to have a therapeutic effect: It purifies the soul, promotes spiritual elation and unifies the community.

      Chasidim Dance Stuck in the BQE 4:00 am: https://youtu.be/flOWN0KqGoI

      • wooted

        About as popular as a group of Muslims chanting “Allahu Akbar” at a western airport.

      • Justin St.Denis

        When I lived near a Hassidic community, I learned much about the culture of the Hasidim. They are a fun-loving and funny people.