Egyptian Journalist Gloats Over Victims of Hurricane Irma, Deems it ‘Sign from God’

Rabat – For Ahmed Mansour, journalist at Qatari Channel Al Jazeera, destructive hurricane Irma which is making its way across the Caribbean Islands and US state Florida, is a “display of God’s greatness which many dare to deny.”

In a Facebook post, the Egyptian journalist published a picture depicting the swarmed highways of the US State as many citizens are evacuating Florida, captioned with “the grand escape from Florida … 20 million American running away in fear of hurricane Irma which is wiping out everything in its wake,” adding a Quranic verse stating: “and He will show you His signs, and what signs of Allah will you deny?”

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  • Oh, really? Then maybe its a sign from God that you have to live in a raggedy-ass sh*thole of a Muslim country where Jews and Christians are not safe and there are regularly scheduled bloody uprisings and the only thing supporting the petty despots of the moment is foreign aid from the U.S. While we get to live in the greatest country in the world. What do you think? Who is “Akbar” in the eyes of “Allah” now?

  • BillyHW

    So how does he explain why Israel keeps whooping their asses?

    • k1962

      It must be the will of Allah.

  • Gary

    I’ve wanted to start my BDS against muslims but these 10th century wife-beaters and pedophiles don’t producs anything we need.
    Muslims can’t survive without the inventions by us filthy apes and unbelievers . They don’t produce cars, planes , TV’s, radio, computers or even improved the paper clip and pencil.

    It’s so funny that the cell phone was invented by the jews and yet muslims rely on it each day as the curse the jews.

    So much for being the Master-Faith destine to rule the Earth .

    • The Deplorable Rosenmops

      We should quit selling wheat to these morons and let them starve.

  • shasta

    A not unexpected response from any believer in a supernatural religion. Much the same can be heard from Christians, Jews, Mormons, natives, new agers etc.

    • shasta

      Upon reflection I feel that I should clarify that I do not consider all of the above groups religions; just believers in the supernatural.

  • Hard Little Machine

    Yeah but Egypt is still Egypt. After 5,000 years, 90% of its population STILL lives w/in 10 miles of the Nile because…..they’re lazy failures, generally.