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Aug 31 2011

More Muslim Amusement Park Madness

While Britain awaits Muslims Only Day at its largest amusement park Alton Towers, Muslims in the USA have already been living it up at a similar facility in suburban New York by doing what they do best — bully, whine, and cause havoc:

RYE — A melee broke out Tuesday afternoon at Playland Amusement Park when Muslim visitors became angry that the park was enforcing its ban on headgear by prohibiting the women from wearing their traditional head coverings on some rides.

Police from at least nine agencies converged on the park beginning at 3 p.m. after county police sought assistance in responding to the disturbance, which involved 30 to 40 people.

Two rangers were injured while breaking up a fight between visitors, and two visitors were charged with felony assault, police said. Another 13 people were arrested, most charged with disorderly conduct. Names were not disclosed, and all those charged were released by Tuesday night.

In a Moonbattery.com exclusive, I’ll release their last names here: Hussein, Mohammad, Mohammad, Hussein, Hussein, Mohammad, Mohammad, Hussein, Hussein, Hussein, Mohammad, Hussein, Mohammad, Mohammad, and Hussein. Or maybe those are their first names.

Why were the Religion of Peaceniks rioting this time? Because they were asked to obey the safety rules like everyone else. Head gear of any kind is not allowed on some of the rides because it could get the rider strangled and Playland sued out of existence. According to a witness, a Muslim physically assaulted a ride operator for not letting her ride in her hijab, setting off the brawl.

Blubbers Amr Khater of Brooklyn:

“Everybody got mad, everybody got upset. It’s our holiday. Why would you do this to us?”

The holiday in question was Eid-ul-Fitr, the end of Ramadan, which Barack Hussein Obama makes a point of conspicuously honoring. No doubt Obama will issue a statement soon to the effect that park officials “acted stupidly.”

It could be good news that the bellicose air of entitlement that has characterized Muslims since 9/11 is still going strong a decade later. Maybe they won’t feel it necessary to kill thousands more Americans to renew their privileged victim status.

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On tips from wingmann, Wiggins, Dookiestain Laflair, Fiberal, and Chris.

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  • Carmen

    I thought there was NO FUN in islam? Why are we cow-tailing to these disgusting minions of hate? Welcome wife beaters & goat fuckers and acid tossers – pls take our country!!

  • Mickey Shea

    A muslim woman in New Zealand got strangled to death while riding a go-kart because her headscarf got tangled up in the wheels. The rules at Playland do not permit any
    hats or scarves,including baseball caps. Nothing !
    These are SAFETY rules, to prevent injuries and lawsuits.
    So FUQ em….

  • mccarl

    I wonder if that headgear ban extends to yamaka’s and the Pope’s hat. I’m just a little upset I won’t be able to sport my beer dispensing helmet.

  • YANKEE

    Leave the Fun Loving Religion alone. I’m glad they’re celebrating their holiday by riding a roller coaster instead of blowing up a church.
    I hope no Korans were mistreated on the Ferris Wheel. Heaven forbid if a page blows away, we’ll have a riot on our hands. They may even destroy the blasphemous corn dog stand.

  • A. Levy

    The only thing the fear of offending, weakness, and appeasement toward Muslims on the part of our society will do, is give rise to more aggression. Just ask the Brits. Of all the things radical Muslims hate about the West, it’s our collective weakness and fear of “hurting someones feelings” they hate the most. They sense these things from us even in battle. And, they’re right.

    Someday, (if) Western nations ever regain their will, (not likely) they will not only “dramatically curtail” the seemingly endless flow of illegal immigrants into their countries, but also tell those who always voice their displeasure with the host nation, to get-the-hell-out!

  • FrankW

    Oops Dave you got Hussein and Mohammad reversed. No biggie it is easy to do.

  • TED
  • Noelegy

    And all that Isadora Duncan wanted to do was go for a nice test drive.

  • TED

    When you are RADICAL about your religion SAFETY does not apply (and after all it’s only a woman anyway)! Oooooops that’s right, only the “radicals” are RADICAL, isn’t that right libturds?

  • mccarl

    I think religion by its very definition is ment to be taken radically, there’s no room for half assing eternal life. Just feel fortunate Jesus didn’t require funny hats or else this thread might have hit a little to close to home for some of our friends of faith.

  • TED
  • SR

    Back in 2008…Public pool bars father and son from its ‘Muslim-only’ swimming session

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-560231/Public-pool-bars-father-son-Muslim-swimming-session.html#ixzz1WcvluXQL

  • Adam

    “I thought there was NO FUN in islam? Why are we cow-tailing to these disgusting minions of hate?”
    I know.
    I used to live in Orlando, and go to Universal a lot, and there would regularly be plenty of hijab- clad Muslims there. I”d rarely if ever see them on the rides, they’d usually just be walking around looking at stuff. What’s especially scary is that those kinds of theme parks would make perfect targets for an Islamic terrorist attack, for 2 reasons:
    1. They can be seen (In the eyes of radical Muslims, anyway) as symbolizing Western excess and decadence, which is one of the things Islamic terrorists hate most about us (i.e. “There is no fun in Islam”).
    2. Since many of the more popular rides at amusement parks have spectacularly long lines clogged with people, those would be perfect spots for a suicide- bomber to detonate his payload, especially when they are actually inside the ride building so the explosion could cause the building to collapse.
    Praise be to God that they have metal detectors at those parks.

  • SR
  • willi

    My Country, My Rules!

  • KHarn

    Isn’t SEGREGATION supposed to be illeagal?

  • SR

    Got to love the Swiss.

    SWITZERLAND: Popular Swiss People’s Party platform promises to “halt mass (Muslim) immigration”

    http://barenakedislam.wordpress.com/2011/08/29/switzerland-popular-swiss-peoples-party-platform-promises-to-halt-mass-muslim-immigration/

  • SPURWING PLOVER

    Islam the religion of intolerence

  • Anne

    As a teacher, I’m required to “excuse” the absences of Muslim students and allow them to make up work when they miss school for religious holidays. But, I thought they were supposed to be at home or at the mosque praying and doing whatever it is that they do…. NOT at an amusement park!

  • StanInTexas

    Anne, in your school, do Christian and Jewish students get the same deference when they miss school for religious holiday?

  • bee

    Here’s one way to steer these PPOS (Practioners of Perpetual Outrage) away from your favorite amusement park, fair, or other entertainment venue: take a cue from the Los Angeles County Fair. Their porcine mascot “Thummer” has faithfully served for 50+ years with nary an incident. http://www.insidesocal.com/davidallen/2008/08/county-fair-sign-returns.html

    Problem solved.

  • Turbo

    Dear Playland- simply hang some pork sausages around the ride entry area. Have a police dog walk through all the seats of a ride every so often. Problems solved! Like garlic and crucifix to a vampire.

  • Alan

    Just wondering: do these parks (including Univeral in Orlando, Adam) sell alcohol? Or pork sausage? Or have gambling? Or have women running around in shorts? Or sell Harry Potter merchandise? Or welcome Jews? Or are open Fridays, and during Ramadan (yes).

    They could always open their own parks. I could list some of the possible games (whack-a-Jew?) but I had a long day at work.

  • C. S. P. Schofield

    In a rational society the park could post safety instructions and have a waiver at the entrance that you would be required to sign. Then people who wanted to violate the safety rules for religious reasons could do so at no risk to the park, and good riddance.

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