World should be happy that Steve Jobs wasn’t Israeli

 HAARETZ

World should be happy that Steve Jobs wasn’t Israeli?

In what has to be the world’s most absurd reversal of facts, a young follower of Prophet Mohammad attempts to attribute Steve Jobs superior intelligence to his Muslim”sperm donor” father, and at the same time prove how the Zionist pigs would have eliminated the young Steve Jobs, because he was Muslim, before he was able to make his contributions to he world.

Quite to the contrary, numerous quotes from Steve Jobs and his father Jandali tell a surprisingly different story.

World should be happy that Steve Jobs was anything but a proud, hateful, lying Muslim like his father.

I believe in Islam as a doctrine and culture and I am a proud Muslim. That is why I could not acknowledge my paternity when my kafir son had the nerve to reach out and shake my hand.

If Steve Jobs’ father, Jandali, was NOT a Muslim …

Jandali would never have said, even after having met and shaken hands with his son, Steve Jobs, that.

“This might sound strange, though, but I am not prepared, even if either of us was on our deathbeds, to pick up the phone to call him.”

“Steve will have to do that, as the Syrian pride in me does not want him ever to think I am after his fortune…”

“Now I just live in hope that, before it is too late, he will reach out to me, because even to have just one coffee with him just once would make me a very happy man.”

 

Nice to have never met you. Now I live in hope that he will reach out to me.

If Steve Jobs’ father, Jandali, was NOT a Muslim …

Steve would have been loved by his biological parents, and not be forced to refer to them as …

“my sperm and egg bank. That’s not harsh, it’s just the way it was, a sperm bank thing, nothing more.”

If Steve Jobs’ father, Jandali, was NOT a Muslim …

He would not need to confess to being a liar by saying, even after having met Steve and refusing to acknowledge his paternity.

“I’d be lying if I said it doesn’t sadden me to have not been part of my son’s incredible journey. What father wouldn’t think that?”

Jandali feels the same way about his son as any proud Muslim would feel about a bastard non-Muslim kafir son.

If Steve Jobs’ father, Jandali, was NOT a Muslim …

He would not have taken Steve’s mom and their new baby Mona to Syria to assist in the jihad for their honeymoon during the Suez crisis just a year after having given Steve away.

If Steve Jobs’ father, Jandali, was NOT a Muslim …

He would not have boasted to his daughter, Mona, who he had abandoned in 1962, about what a great tipper Steve Jobs was when they met and shook hands.

“Everyone used to eat there… even Steve Jobs.  Yeah, he was a great tipper!”

How big a tip did your son leave you, Mr. Jandali?

This might sound strange

My Muslim pride prevents me from acknowledging our relationship, but he was a great tipper.

If Steve Jobs’ father, Jandali, was NOT a Muslim …

He would NOT have said that the “best years of his life” were spent supporting terrorists that hijack airplanes in Beirut.

At 18,  Jandali left Syria to Beirut to continue his studies at the American University of Beirut. Jandali described Beirut as the city “where I spent the best days of my life”.

In the 2007 issue of “Campus gate”, a magazine published by the American University of Beirut, Jandali featured as one of the Arab nationalism activists in Beirut who quickly rose to prominence and was appointed as the director of “Al Urwa Al Wuthka” journal (The trustworthy Guide), a journal that embraced the symbols of the Arab nationalist movement like George Habash, Constantin Zureiq, Shafik al-Hout and many others.

1983 – US Marine barracks – Beirut, Lebanon

 

If Steve Jobs’ father, Jandali, was NOT a Muslim …

He would not have boasted that he was in love with Schieble, referred to her father as a tyrant, and perhaps waited longer before marrying his daughter just weeks after his untimely demise.

“I was very much in love with Schieble, but sadly, her father was a tyrant, and forbade her to marry me, as I was from Syria. And so she told me she wanted to give the baby up for adoption.”

Muslim Jandali and his Catholic wife Schieble divorced in 1962, when Steve was six, and never saw each other again.

 

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