Monster Moms of Islam

Written by Audrey Russo on March 27, 2013

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“We will have peace with the Arabs when they love their children more than they hate us.” ~Golda Meir
Former President Bush once erroneously stated that Islam holds the same values as the West, including “love of family”. Well, that would completely depend upon how you define the word ‘”love”, because according to the evidence: Islam’s dictionary is the antithesis of ours.
Now, when you ponder a mother’s love … what thoughts come to mind? Selflessness, nurturing, supportive, instructive and compassionate are some character traits attributed to mothers. But if a mother’s love sees her son as fodder for “martyrdom” rather than a precious gift from God … we’ve got problems…
The “Mother of Martyrs’” (MOM) died this week. No, not the kind of mom who encourages her children to be kind, humble and gracious to strangers, but a bizarre, hateful, twisted woman seething with visceral hate for Jews. A hatred SO great that she was willing to steal and sacrifice the lives of her sons to kill another Jew for her ghoul of a god, Allah.
The deceased was Mariam Farhat, a Palestinian lawmaker known as the “mother of martyrs” after three of her sons died in attacks against Israel, one of which was a suicide mission that she encouraged in a homemade video. She died on Sunday in Gaza City at the age of 64. She died from liver and bowel diseases, which is NO surprise considering the loathing she revisited like a dog to his vomit.
Farhat made a video in which she appeared with Mohammad (one of her sons) to show support for what he was about to do. She was quoted as saying, “I wish I had 100 boys like Mohammad … I’d sacrifice them for the sake of God.”  In an interview with National Geographic a few years ago, she said concerning her sons, “I brought them up to be martyrs … to become martyrs for the name of Allah.” (Two more of Ms. Farhat’s sons, Nidal and Rawad, later died in attacks on innocent Israeli civilians.)
Thanks, Mom…
I wish it were possible to say this is an isolated incident, but alas and alack … it’s not.
A Lebanese woman by the name of Zahra Maladan, a professional editor of a magazine, had a son. And like most mothers, she had hopes and dreams for her son. But not hopes of him becoming a doctor, a lawyer or an engineer. Her hopes were that her son become a suicide bomber. 

She even had words of counsel for her son at the funeral of bloodthirsty murderer Imad Mugniyah, “if you’re not going to follow the steps of the Islamic resistance martyrs, then I don’t want you.”

Nice. Thanks, Mom…
Now, if you’re not alarmed by this, you should be. You see, the real problem is not the suicidal terrorists out there now, it’s the assembly line indoctrination by Muslim mothers of their kids: The terrorists of the future. 

Muslim society does indeed teach children that there is nothing more honorable, and in myriad cases more quixotic, than dying in the fight against Israel and Jews. But the most influential voice in a child’s young life is his mother’s. She is writing on a blank slate of innocence, and what mother’s like Ms. Farhat are writing are their children’s demise. But not merely their demise, but death warrants for countless innocent people.

For our own safety, we’d better wake up and let that awakening be reflected in our representatives in Washington! It’s not merely about what’s out there, it’s about what’s coming. And the ideology of pure Islam dictates a new kind of mom with a perverse perspective on love and the value of life … the kind that the Free World calls hate.
Forget the monsters under the bed or in the closet … the monster moms of Islam are far more frightening than any our imaginations can concoct.
Shalom through strength …

Audrey Russo is the Host of the weekly REELTalk Radio Show (NYC). Audrey writes a column for and handles Middle East/National Security/Terrorism/Cultural Issues, and her articles can be read in several other news/opinion journals. She is also a contributor on Audrey's Radio Show can also be heard on the Leading Edge Radio Network. Audrey is also an active member of the NYC performing arts community as a singer and actor.