In the previous post, I reported that the State Department had decided to postpone its award to anti-Semitic terror supporter Samira Ibrahim after she claimed that the anti-Semitic and anti-American posts on her Twitter feed were the result of her page having been ‘stolen.’ This ought to turn that postponement into a cancellation (Hat Tip: Memeorandum).
Finally, Ibrahim herself has spoken, writing in Arabic on her Twitter page. Egyptian democracy activist Mina Rezkalla provides the translation: “I refuse to apologize to the Zionist lobby in America regarding my previous anti-Zionist statements under pressure from American government therefore they withdrew the award.”
You mean that she said one thing in Arabic and another in English? I’m just totally (not) shocked….