Al­lahu Ak­bar-itis: Our Deadly Dis­ease

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hout ‘Al­lahu Ak­bar,’ be­cause this strikes fear in the hearts of the non-be­liev­ers.”

Who knew hi­jacker Moh a mmed Att a ’s p a r t i n g words, dis­cov­ered i n his jour­nal af­ter the 9/11 at­tacks, would be­come a na­tional punch­line?

The louder and more fre­quently ji­hadists around the globe shriek their sig­na­ture bat­tle cry, the more fer­vently mul­ti­cul­tural apol­o­gists deny its mean­ing.

They’ve trans­formed the Is­lamic su­prem­a­cists’ ob­vi­ous and ex­plicit call for vi­o­lence into a bland ut­ter­ance of peace as in­dis­cernible and non­sen­si­cal as “Aloha Snack­bar.”

With blood still fresh on the pave­ment in Man­hat­tan af­ter the Oct. 31 out­break of Al­lahu Ak­bar-itis that took at least eight in­no­cent lives, Pales­tinian-Amer­i­can pro­pa­gan­dist and Hamas cheer­leader Linda Sar­sour tweeted:

“Ev­ery be­liev­ing Mus­lim says Al­lahu Ak­bar ev­ery day dur­ing prayers. We can­not crim­i­nal­ize ‘God is great.’”

Rice Uni­ver­sity so­ci­ol­o­gist Dr. Craig Con­si­dine mourned: “It be­gins. CNN re­ports mur­derer said ‘Al­lahu Ak­bar.’ (Cue) the Is­lam­o­pho­bia.”

And con­fused for­mer di­rec­tor of na­tional in­tel­li­gence James Clap­per mused: “It’s hard to com­pre­hend … what moves a hu­man be­ing to do that to an­other hu­man be­ing.”

In­stead of strik­ing fear, “Al­lahu Ak­bar!” has un­leashed col­lec­tive fool­ish­ness.

“Al­lahu Ak­bar!” screamed Amor F t o u h i just five months ago at Bishop Air­port in Flint, Michi­gan, be in the neck.

“Al­lahu Ak­bar!” Ftouhi chanted re­peat­edly in mul­ti­ple court hear­ings through­out the sum­mer.

“Mo­tive still un­known,” the ex­perts de­clared.

“Al­lahu Ak­bar!” fulmi-

Au­thor­i­ties stand near a dam­aged Home De­pot truck af­ter a mo­torist drove onto a bike path near the World Trade Cen­ter me­mo­rial, strik­ing and killing sev­eral peo­ple Oct. 31 in New York.

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