After making good on his campaign promise to New York's Moslem community to close New York schools in honor of their lunar new years holidays of Eid al-Fitr and Eid al-Adha (see), Mayor Bill de Blasio considers his next move to butt kiss believers:
allowing camel drawn carriages to replace the horse & buggies that he's banned from Central Park and city streets. De Blasio claims that Moslems are more humane in the treatment of camels than Americans are of horses, and that this in no way contradicts his ban which was made on humanitarian grounds.
Upon hearing the news out of New York Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas said he would name a Palestinian school and street after de Blasio and urged Hamas leaders to do the same in Gaza. Moreover, it's been reported that Iran's Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, commenting on de Blasio's pro-Islamic policies said, "As of today the Great Satan is looking a bit less satanic," and called on the mayors of all US cities to "emulate de Blasio" who he said "was an American politician of rare courage." Perhaps Khamenei will name a nuclear plant after him; or the first bomb to roll off the jihad production line.
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