UK Columnist: ‘Israel Now More Wicked and Dangerous Than Hamas’

Yasmin Alibhai-Brown, a columnist for The Independent, has much a long history when it comes to poisonous diatribes against Israel and Jews who support the state. She regularly describes Israel as a “racist” and “apartheid” state yet claims that some of her best friends are Jewish.

Her latest screed continues in this vein with some particularly disturbing comments even by her low standards. Chief among these is this statement:

Hamas is a wicked and dangerous force in the Middle East. But Israel is now more wicked and dangerous.

A look at the evil and anti-Semitic Hamas Charter, not to mention Hamas’s deliberate targeting of Israeli civilians as recently as last summer, is enough to demonstrate that the real wickedness on display here is Alibhai-Brown’s despicable claim that Israel is more virulent than a vicious terror organization…

  • Boy was I surprised to hear she’s a Muslim.

    • Stronger than Dirt

      Ripley’s is shocked.

    • Alain

      If he had he would also have died of food poisoning shortly afterwards and the world would have been a better place with both of them gone.

      • Just a thought

        Ditto that!

  • Surele Surele

    Not wicked enough imho

    • Just a thought


      I.e., “Not ‘good enough’.”

  • winniec

    What? she said Hamas is ‘wicked and dangerous’…??

    • Just a thought

      lol – But Israel is “WORSE.”

      Remember to “stay focused.”

      (Of course, if Israel really WERE that bad, Hamas and the PA would have long ago ceased to exist. But, on the other hand, if Israel really were doing what she should, Hamas and the PA would have ceased to exist long ago… 🙂

  • Barrington Minge

    This woman (?) is another of the Andy Choudry type, – filthy mouth and arrest me if you dare.
    Thankfully very few people take her seriously

  • pdxnag

    What’s worse:
    1) Evil Journalist; or
    2) Evil Clown?

  • ed

    just another paki muslim pimping for islam !

  • AlanUK

    Her biography in the Independent says that she was awarded the George Orwell Prize for political journalism in 2002. Makes sense.