Educating John McCain On The Arabic Translation Of ‘Allahu Akbar’

Mara Zebest
The Gateway Pundit

McCain appeared on Fox & Friends and made a stunning statement that defies any semblance of common sense. Just look at the stunned expressions on the Fox News cast as McCain equates the term “Allahu Akbar” as no different than Christians who say “Thank God.”

Nope… not the same at all, McCain. And you know how it’s obvious to anyone with an ounce of common sense that it’s not the same? Because I would like McCain to explain how many Christians say “Thank God” as the precursor to chopping off heads, eating hearts and livers, and slaughtering innocent people at every given chance?…


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Related: Meanwhile, in today’s hearings:




McCain Explains on CNN Why He Was Playing Poker on Phone During Syria Hearing 



Update: McCarthy: McCain did more for Syria non-intervention with idiotic ‘Allahu Ackbar’ remark than non-interventionists 

Andrew McCarthy told Mark Levin that ‘Allahu Ackbar’ doesn’t even mean ‘Thank God’ at all. Rather it’s a war cry that means ‘god is greater’ and Muslims believe that when they go into battle they will win because their ‘god’ is greater, thus they keep chanting it. And it comes from Muhammad who first used it when he waged war against Khaybar where he brutally eradicated the Jews from Arabia.

So yeah McCarthy said McCain did more for non-intervention into Syria with that idiotic remark than the actual non-interventionists.




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