Monday, March 07, 2011

Afternoon links

Translating Jihad gives us the full Qaradawi speech in ahrir Square, ending with:
A message to our brothers in Palestine: I have hope that Almighty Allah, as I have been pleased with the victory in Egypt, that He will also please me with the conquest of the al-Aqsa Mosque, to prepare the way for me to preach in the al-Aqsa Mosque.

May Allah prepare the way for us to preach in the al-Aqsa Mosque in safety!

Not in fear,

Not in haste.

May Allah achieve this clear conquest for us.
Michael Weiss in The Weekly Standard writes what is so far the definitive critique of Human Rights Watch's treatment of Libya.

Christopher Hitchens is not too optimistic about the success of the Egyptian revolution.

The epic 9 hour Holocaust documentary, Shoah, is being translated into Farsi and will be broadcast via satellite to Iran.

Another moderate Egyptian Brotherhood leader is calling for Israel to be wiped off the map.

IsraeliGirl has another set of Facebook users who should be reported for hate.

There are reports in the Arab world that Gaddafi's wife owns some 20 tons of gold, which would make her (by my calculations) worth some $900 million. (corrected)

Swords and Molotov cocktails in Tahrir Square. Things are going swimmingly in Egypt.

More awful Israeli apartheid!

Meet the happiest man in America.

(h/t Silke, a tweeter whose name I lost, a Mere Rhetoric tweet, Zach N., Dave Bender.)