We don’t give a rat’s flying fuck if posting a photo of that Jihadist sow Tafsheen Malik without the veil over her face is disrespectful.
The Al Jazeera America producer Hashem Said tweeted exactly this at ABC news when they ran a photo of the murdering helltwat and showed her face. Trust me, Sparky – most of us wish that fugly pig left her foul grill covered, but that said, respect toward a murdering hog is the last thing on our minds.
@OhioCoastie because it’s disrespectful. If she was wearing a burqa that covers her face, it’s disrespectful to show a pic without.
— Hashem Said (@hash_said) December 4, 2015
Said then proceeded, in true SJW form, to berate Twitter users who called him out on his lunacy by accusing them of racism and bigotry, because apparently they didn’t know the difference between disrespect of the culture and disrespect of the individual. He claimed that showing that filthy swine’s face was disrespectful to her family.
Nope. Still don’t care.
When a filthy troglodyte launches a terrorist attack against my fellow Americans, giving a crap about her or her family’s alleged “dignity” is the furthest from my mind.
You know what’s disrespectful? Killing a bunch of civilians at a holiday party.
You know what’s disrespectful? Coming to this country, enjoying our rights and freedoms, being afforded opportunities you couldn’t even begin to have in that shithole you left, and repaying said debt with murder.
You know what else is disrespectful? Demanding any kind of consideration for that vile, murdering whore’s family, dog, culture, or anything else after she murdered – MURDERED – 14 innocent people along with that impotent neckbeard she married.
A couple of days later, after being hammered on Twitter by people with a sense of human decency and decorum, and after whining about feeling all victimized, he finally issued an apology.
I apologize for causing any offense or disrespect, it was not intended. I should have exercised more tact and precision. My apologies.
— Hashem Said (@hash_said) December 5, 2015
That was the last thing he tweeted out before slinking away in shame. Oh, he also deleted the original tweet, but the Internet does not forget.