Israel National News (Arutz Sheva) reports:
A musical tribute to the so-called â€œflotilla martyrs,â€ written and performed by cyber jihadist Asadullah Alshishani, is making the rounds of the Muslim Internet.
Entitled “When the Jew’s Blood Reds my Knife, then my Life is Free from Strife” the nasheed — an Islamic-oriented song traditionally sung a cappella, or accompanied only by a frame drum — is sung in a complete monotone, with an electronic music bed in the â€œtechnoâ€ style. Sung in American English without an accent, it is a stunning example of anti-Semitism. (See full text below.)
Tribute to the Palestinian Humanitarian Activists
Who Were Martyred, Wounded and Imprisoned at the Hands of the Zionist Pigs
May God accept our fallen brothers and sisters from amonst the Shuhada and grant then Jannat Al-Firdaws.
May He heal our wounded brothers and sisters and take away their pains.
May He hasten the release of our imprisoned brothers and sisters and ease their suffering.
And may He curse and destroy the spite Zionist Crusaders and their allies.
“When the Jew’s Blood Reds my Knife, then my Life is Free from Strife”
Singing / Asadullah Alshishani — Lyrics / Asadullah Alshishani
[UPDATE FROM THEMIDDLE: try singing this to Sounds of Silence by Simon and Garfunkel]
When the Jew’s blood reds my knife
Then my life is free from strife
Hiding behind rocks and trees
I’ll find them with greatest ease
Make them get down on their knees
Slaughter them despite their pleas
Throw them in the ovens hot
Soap and lampshades sold and bought
Made of the Jews that we shot
Mercy’s something I have not
With the bomb and machinegun
Blast at them and watch them run
We will have a lot of fun
Shoot and kill Jews one by one
Rise up, O Salahuddin
Great and brave Mujahideen
Like the Sheikh Ahmed Yassin
For the Love of Filistine
At Al Aqsa we shall meet
After Israel’s defeat
Their dead bodies at our feet
Taste of victory is sweet
Jerusalem is calling me
Jihad’s where you’re meant to be
Come and set the captives free
According to â€œViews from the Occidentâ€ blogger Christopher Anzalone, the singer’s name translates as Lion of God, The Chechen. Anzalone, a graduate student in Middle Eastern and Islamic studies at Indiana University, specializes in researching Islam and â€œjihadismâ€. He revealed in a report written earlier this year that he had tracked down the jihadi singer’s location â€œbased on his IP addressâ€ to a village located near a major U.S. city less than seven hours from Bloomington, Indiana.