Skip to comments.Islamic death threat targets U.S. radio host
Posted on 05/27/2009 6:16:01 PM PDT by Jack Bull
JERUSALEM A top U.S. radio talk show host has become the subject of an Islamist Internet death threat, WND has learned.
Rusty Humphries, whose show is broadcast on over 250 stations through Talk Radio Network, was the target of the tirade, posted on a blog powered by Google entitled, "The Jew Report." Humphries is an outspoken critic of Islamic terrorism and a strong supporter of the U.S.-led war on terror.
The author of the online threat apparently confused Humphries for Rusty Shackleford, the pseudonym used by the proprietor of the popular My Pet JAWA Report website, which focuses on exposing online support of Islamic terrorism.
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Time for the Crusades!
at this news, i’m shocked i tell you; shocked. oh wait! no i’m not.
I work with Muslims on a daily basis....
They all hate me but they also realize that I have the upper hand.....
Everybody is jealous of lucky Savage, after he got stuck on that no-admit list that the British cooked up —GREAT for his ratings and career..!
Must be a mistake. Islam is the tolerant religion of peace. They would never threaten anyone with violence. Do I really need the /s?
I wonder why they targeted Rusty, and not the other antiJihad talk show hosts?
I second that motion! It’s way over due!
I'd be just as mad if skin heads were acting like these terrorists...maybe madder because they should know better.
But this can’t be right GW said it was a great religion!
It's got all the greatness of the Jivaro headhunting cannibal religion, without the exotic dinner menu.
I”t’s got all the greatness of the Jivaro headhunting cannibal religion, without the exotic dinner menu.
Thank You Satan 1:50”
Ha Ha Ha Good one!!
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