Now, this is a man who sees half a FULL glass rather than half an EMPTY glass.
The moment Gaza businessman Ahmed Abu Dayya heard that caricatures of the Prophet Mohammad (pbuh) were being deliberately published across Europe by those ‘freedom’ loving newspapers, who of course dare not print anything bad about Jews or Israel, he ordered 100 Danish and Norwegian flags. Guy sure knows the market ‘cause he has been doing a rip-roaring trade since.
His customers needed some of those Scandinavian flags to burn, but which are extremely hard to come by in the Middle East, especially Gaza. Being the excellent businessman he knew that, and has been able to offer them what they want.
He said: "I do not take political stands. It is all business. But this time I was offended by the assault on the Prophet Mohammad."
Yeah, but obviously for him, there has been no harm combining the two. I wonder whether he offered his customers a discount?
By the way, until the caricature controversy, his best selling flag has been those with a 6-pointed star. I suppose he may well be stocking up on French and New Zealand flags too.