Goldberg and Bahar pull a Ganji/Ebadi, they walk away from Islamophobic bigotry

by Q

The notorious Bill O'Reilly of f!@#@ it! fame was a guest at the View. Soon after he sat down he began descending into one of his famous bigoted rants, this time about Muslims. Rather than sit there and indulge the hate, Joy Bahar and Woopi Goldberg took a lesson from the book of Akbar Ganji and Shirin Ebadi, and walked out on him!

That angry hate monger deserves nothing less. Good for them and bad for Islamophobic bigots.

Thank You to Bahar and Goldberg from the Iranian community.


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by Souri on

Here is the actual video with the article about that:


Veiled Prophet of Khorasan

I have

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nothing good to say about O'Reily since he is a tool. A tool of right-wing Fox and Republican party.

However walking out on people is childish and self defeating. Ms Goldberg managed to lower her status to that of a spoiled little brat.

Khalifeh is right. The writer of this blog does not represent the Iranian community. No wonder he wants to be able to censor disagreeing posts. Tough Q.

Question: Is anyone who does not bow to Islam a "Bigot" Q? You are a shining example of Islamic idea of open mindedness. Name calling an walking out. Wonderful.

Sargord Pirouz

The clip doesn't show the

by Sargord Pirouz on

The clip doesn't show the walkout.

edit: I just saw a clip of the actual walkout. Right on! Those jewish ladies just got up and walked off.

Yeah, you're right, Q. These jewish ladies put those Israelis at "Fred" to shame. 


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by Midwesty on

For sure they taught him a lesson. Let's not forget the mediation mastery of Barbara Walters.

خلفای راشدین

Hold on woopi and Joy joon!!

by خلفای راشدین on

The true Iranian community has far better and more important issues to tackle than getting involved in sissy talk shows like The View and siding with Muslim world at large where the majority of the population consider Shia sect as non-Muslim.

The writer of this blog does not, in any shape or form, represent Iranian community, let alone speaking or thanking on its behalf.


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Some deserve it

by Genghis Khan on

I can't wait to see Whoopi in burqa! 

If my body dies, let my body die, but do not let my country die.