Rania’s Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

Notorious Israel-basher Rania Khalek became the laughing stock of Twitter on Tuesday, after she attempted to give her outlandish theories the cover of impartiality by claiming that they had been confirmed by a “Norwegian doctor.” Unfortunately for Rania, the doctor to whom she referred, Mads Gilbert, abandoned any semblance of credibility long ago when he publicly stated that he supported the September 11, 2001 terrorist attack on the US.

When pro-Israel activist Hen Mazzig asked the twitterverse to mock her with a hashtag, as Twitchy would say, givers were quick to respond.


Someone soon decided to turn it into a meme.


Israellycool’s own Aussie Dave, Deebo, and Judge Dan could not resist getting in on the action.


Of course, no one wanted the Doucheblogger to be left out of the fun!

It wasn’t long before anti-Zionist trolls crowded the hashtag with the usual misinformation and accusations of callousness.  One Max Blumenthal, unsurprisingly, missed the point of the joke entirely.

The point, of course, was not to minimize the suffering on either side, but to call out the absurdity of a person who calls herself a journalist relying on a source who, in addition to supporting the terrorist attack on the US:

There is simply no pretense that anything Dr. Mads says can be taken seriously.  And, it wasn’t.  To see what others had to say, check out Twitter hashtag #NorwegianDrConfirmed.



A Zionist in exile, Mirabelle has, in past lives, been a lawyer, a skier, and a chef. Outside of Israel, her favorite place in the world is Sun Valley, Idaho.

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