Hezbollah style fist bump
"Terrorist Fist-Jab" Secret Origin Revealed!
14 Jul "Fist-pound," "knuckle-bump," and "fist-to-fist thumbs up" were among the funnier examples, but one of them—"Hezbollah-style fist jab"—was particularly risible. It came from the Web site for Human Events, a hard-right weekly. Unfortunately, I failed to note that its provenance was not the magazine itself but.
15 Jul Slate's Christopher Beam has something to get off his chest. In a post last night, Mr. Beam, who writes the website's 'Trailhead' blog, confessed that he may have accidentally set off the ridiculous Barack and Michelle Obama "terrorist fist-bump" meme that found its way into this week's Ne.
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5 Jun On reporting Obama's speech, The New York Times described it stuffily as a " closed-fisted high-five" while Human Events reader racily suggested it was closer to "Hezbollah-style fist-jabbing," (the comment was later removed from the article) . One Internet poster even referred to it as "the fist bump of hope.
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Description:Hill jauntily paraphrased "Hezbollah-style fist jab" on air as "terrorist fist jab. Senator for crying out loud! The irony is making my head and soul hurt. I can't find an official history or definition of the pound, but here is what I found on Ubrandictionary. Advertisement The morning after Obama locked up the nomination, I was writing a "Trailhead" item that mocked the media's difficulty in figuring out what to call the now famous gesture. Has origin in greetings developed and practiced by members of Black Power organizations founded in southern California in the early s and then became common place and outlawed practice among African-American draftees and soldiers stateside and abroad during the latter years of the Vietnam War.