Thanks to Snaphanen
November 24, 2006
November 11, 2006
Thanks to John Smith – Whoever that may be 🙂
November 7, 2006
Please feel free to add any jokes to this short list. I think it would be good to spread them around in the manner of anti-Soviet jokes. Laughter is powerful against totalitarian thinking.
1.Three Palestian ladies are showing each other photos of their children.
First lady:”This is my eldest son, Abdul. He was just 18 and became a martyr.”
Second lady: “This is my eldest son, Yosef. He was just 17 and became a martyr.”
Third lady: “Children nowadays. They blow up so quickly!”
2.How many Muslims does it take to change a light bulb.
None! They sit in the dark forever and blame the Jews for it!
3. Did you hear about the Broadway play, The Palestinians? It bombed!
4.What do you call a first-time offender in Saudi Arabia? Lefty!
5 Did you hear about the Muslim strip club? It features full facial nudity!
6. Why do Palestinians find it convenient to live on the West Bank?
Because it’s just a stone’s throw from Israel!
7.Why are Palestinian boys luckier than American boys?
Because every Palestinian boy will get to join a rock group!
8.What does the sign say above the nursery in a Palestinian maternity ward? “Live ammunition.”
9.A Palestinian girl says to her mommy, “After Abdul blows up, can I have his room?”
September 9, 2006
8 September 2006
AMSTERDAM — A female Muslim teacher has been suspended by a school in Utrecht for refusing to shake hands with men.
The management at Vader Rijn College asked the Equality Commission to examine the case to confirm whether it had acted correctly. The school teaches pre-vocational secondary education (VMBO).
Newspaper ‘AD’ broke the story on Friday that the woman, who is not native Dutch, has been asked to stay at home after she decided on religious grounds not to shake hands with men ever again. The school feels this is unacceptable
School director Bart Engbers said the woman’s decision had come as a total surprise. She has worked for a little over a year at the school and her objection to shaking hands with men comes at the start of the new school year.
“If she doesn’t want to shake hands at home, fine. But everyone is welcome at this school. Discussion is great, but religious and political flag-waving must stay at home,” Engbers said.
He said teachers had to set a good example. “We are preparing our boys and girls for the labour market. We all know how fragile the situation is for allochtone (non native Dutch) young people. Therefore it is good that they shake hands during a job interview. We believe that is important.”
Moreover, refusing to shake hands with men is discrimination, the director said.
[Copyright Expatica News + ANP 2006]