Everything you want to know about my terrorists but are afraid to ask! I’m glad that you are taking a moment to learn more about my fun loving menagerie of merry mischief makers! If you’re thinking that they are stereotypes, you’re right! Give yourself 5 points! But just what are they stereotypical of? Well, I’ll tell you – they are the stereotypical Arab terrorists – they are not stereotypical Arabs. They are the stereotypical Arab terrorists – they are not stereotypical Muslims. They are the stereotypical Arab terrorists – they are not stereotypical Islamists.
About the names I’ve named them. The names are, to the best of my knowledge, real Arabic names, least ways according to the web site I got them from. Whether I’ve put them together correctly or not is something that I do not know, and, what’s more, it is something that I don’t even care about. They are what they are because of the humor I found in constructing them in the way I constructed them.
Salih Raghid: Salih is more or less the leader of this terrorist cell.
Ma’d Ma’n: Ma’d is second in command and is regarded as Salih’s lieutenant.
Kamal Muneer: Kamal is just as his name implies. He spends little to no time on personal hygiene and he smells very bad. Kamal wears his smell with confidence – he is confident that his leader, Salih Raghid, will never recruit him to be a homicide bomber because he smells so bad that he can’t get within shrapnel distance of innocent people.
Rasa Mutazz: Rasa is gay, a girly man, swishy. His wardrobe is flamboyant and he enjoys his punk-colored body hair. He’s very afraid that someday he will end up dancing on the end of an Iranian rope. Sometimes Rasa, like Arsal Fakhr, thinks that maybe he should be fighting on the side of the Great Satan who is more tolerant of his sexual bewilderment.
Arsal Fakhr: Arsal is a cross-dresser and a Clairol blonde. He and Rasa are more than just fellow terrorists – much more – and for the very reasons suggested by Arsal’s name. Arsal, like Rasa, fears the Iranian rope. Sometimes Arsal, like Rasa Mutazz, thinks that maybe he should be fighting on the side of the Great Satan who is more tolerant of his sexual bewilderment.
Amin Rihab: Amin is a bit of a wishy washy terrorist. Somedays he likes terrorizing and killing innocent people, and somedays he doesn’t. He’s tried changing his extremist ways with the 12-step program developed by Mohammed Shaikh, but his ‘recovery’ keeps getting derailed by step 3 — like Amin Rihab says, “Doing step 3 is what convinced me to be a terrorist in the first place!” What’s a terrorist to do?