My name is Fred and I am a gay conservative living in Ottawa. This blog supports limited government, the right of the State of Israel to live in peace and security, and tries to expose the threat to us all from cultural relativism, post-modernism, and radical Islam. I am also the founder of the Free Thinking Film Society in Ottawa (

Wednesday, December 22, 2010

The Jews use Witchcraft at Gitmo...

Ok..yet another conspiracy...
Earlier this month, Al Jazeera broadcast a lengthy interview with Walid Muhammad Hajj, who was detained at Guantanamo for several years until he was transferred to his native Sudan in 2008. (MEMRI has provided an excerpt of the interview here.)

When Gitmo detainees (both current and former) make up stories about torture and abuse, they usually stick to the script, claiming they were beaten, waterboarded, or had some other malady inflicted upon them. Even if there is no evidence to back these claims up (e.g. no detainee was ever waterboarded at Gitmo), their stories generally gain traction in the fever swamps online and elsewhere.

Occasionally, however, a detainee will go off script. And so we get Hajj’s story. Hajj claims that when detainees wouldn’t talk to interrogators at Gitmo, the interrogators – Jewish interrogators, that is – would resort to witchcraft.

“The most common method to wear down the brothers was witchcraft,” Hajj told Al Jazeera. “There were, of course, Jews among the [staff of] the Guantanamo base, and they would set traps for the guys.” Hajj explained, “Witchcraft was used on most of the guys.”

Hajj was asked to give some examples of how this Jewish sorcery worked. One detainee decided to urinate in his milk because of a Jewish spell, Hajj says. It gets even more bizarre. From the MEMRI translation:
Hajj: “Once, when I was sleeping – on the floor, not on a bed – I suddenly felt that a cat was trying to penetrate me. It tried to penetrate me again and again. I recited the kursi verse again and again until the cat left.”

Interviewer: “But there wasn't really any cat there?”

Hajj: “Absolutely not.” [...]
Fortunately for Hajj and his other “brothers,” all they had to do was recite some Koranic verses and the Jewish witchcraft would be undone.


Blogger kursk said...

For Muslims, it always comes back to the sex, as they must be some of the most repressed men on the face of the earth..

He only wishes the cat penetrated him, no doubt

1:56 PM  
Blogger "Expert" Tom said...

Was the cats name Omar?

2:17 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This really not surprising. Back in the tenth century a lot of people believed in witche, and since the majority of the imams preaching in the name of Islam seem to have been transported into this century it is reasonable to expect that they would drag their warped world view with them.

3:31 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Witchcraft is real but the light should save you if you call upon it. (real conservative)

10:47 PM  

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