Jihadi Mother of the Year

What kind of bedtime stories did Zubeidat Tsarnaeva read to her sons, Tamerlan and Dzhokhar, when they were growing up? Here are some possible titles, gleaned from Twitter (WARNING: warped and possibly offensive humor):

The Cat in the Hijab

Aladdin and the Magic Pressure Cooker

The Little Terrorist That Could

Green Eggs and Hamas

Go, Bomb, Go!

Honey, I Blew Up the Marathon

Food Stamps for Fareed


101 Damnations

If You Give a Mouse a Cooker

Al-Qaeda in Wonderland

Frog and Toad Are Jihadis

Charlie and the Ball Bearing Factory

Little Dead Riding Hood

Are You There, Allah? It’s Me, Achmed

Oh, the Places You’ll Bomb!

Sisterhood of the Traveling Backpacks

Abdul and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day


And to Think That I Bombed Them on Mulberry Street!

We’re Going on an Infidel Hunt

The Hundred Burqas

Harold and the Purple Car Bomb

Chechen Little

The Teddy Bears’ Jihad

Bob the Bomb Builder

The Boy Who Cried Allahu Akbar

There’s a Rocket in My Pocket

Ramona Quimby, Age 8, RIP

Blasting Caps for Sale

Guess How Much I Hate You

The Emperor’s New Exploding Vest

Huma Has Two Mullahs

Charlotte’s Burqa

The Berenstain Bears and the Sleeper Cell

Horton Hatches a Plot

Tales of a Fourth Grade Suicide Bomber

Little Mosque on the Prairie

Cloudy with a Chance of Shrapnel

King Solomon’s Land Mines

Now We Are Dead

Sharia, Plain and Tall

Tikki Tikki Time Bomb

Make Way for Muslims

A Series of Unfortunate Man-Caused Disasters

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3 Responses to Jihadi Mother of the Year

  1. texan59 says:

    Those are hilarious Bob. 😆

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