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Burqa,offensive and laughable
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1.       Roswitha
4132 posts
 07 May 2008 Wed 04:40 pm

Next time you ask where the moderate Muslims are, be careful, you may be a Colonialist â„¢. In case you had the niggling feeling that "Those women who voluntarily choose the veil are different. They seek to provoke, to intimidate," put it on pause. Be doubly careful if the following sounds like having a ring of truth:
" Muslim women who veil in Western societies violate all these norms. They are being immodest and invasive. They will succeed only in creating hostility. To every woman who decides to walk out the door looking like Batman and then complains of being ridiculed, I say, you are inviting it. Bear it or shed it."
http://www.hyscience.com/archives/2007/08/be_careful_you_just_might_be_a_colonialist.php


Muslim-Refusnik= Young Canadian Muslim woman Irshad Manji leds discussion groups

2.       teaschip
3870 posts
 07 May 2008 Wed 07:59 pm

There is some truth to that article. I know there are so many different reasons why women wear a veil. But what I find peculiar is if they are doing it out of some type of respect for their husband etc.not to draw attention to other men. How come I see so many of them wear gobs of makeup?

3.       libralady
5152 posts
 07 May 2008 Wed 10:31 pm

I find it laughable, when they walk around London like it. Talk about stand out like a sore thumb!

4.       catwoman
8933 posts
 07 May 2008 Wed 10:41 pm

Quoting libralady:

I find it laughable, when they walk around London like it. Talk about stand out like a sore thumb!


lollollollollol

5.       incişka
746 posts
 09 May 2008 Fri 11:05 pm

I just think Burqa is not necessary... it is of course a personal choice, but Islam doesnt force it, so it's up to the woman (or to her husband and family ) Anyway... I still believe that people should wear whatever they want anywhere of the world and it shouldnt cause to look at these people as if they were Aliens or something else... But I'm afraid, that's never gonna happen

6.       libralady
5152 posts
 10 May 2008 Sat 12:18 pm

Quoting incişka:

I just think Burqa is not necessary... it is of course a personal choice, but Islam doesnt force it, so it's up to the woman (or to her husband and family ) Anyway... I still believe that people should wear whatever they want anywhere of the world and it shouldnt cause to look at these people as if they were Aliens or something else... But I'm afraid, that's never gonna happen



I do agree with you, but when you are walking around London, in Oxford Street (full of clothing stores), then the Burka does tend to attack a lot of attention!

7.       serhattugral
210 posts
 10 May 2008 Sat 12:26 pm

Quoting libralady:

Quoting incişka:

I just think Burqa is not necessary... it is of course a personal choice, but Islam doesnt force it, so it's up to the woman (or to her husband and family ) Anyway... I still believe that people should wear whatever they want anywhere of the world and it shouldnt cause to look at these people as if they were Aliens or something else... But I'm afraid, that's never gonna happen



I do agree with you, but when you are walking around London, in Oxford Street (full of clothing stores), then the Burka does tend to attack a lot of attention!



Also g-string too.

8.       libralady
5152 posts
 10 May 2008 Sat 12:40 pm

Quoting serhattugral:

Quoting libralady:

Quoting incişka:

I just think Burqa is not necessary... it is of course a personal choice, but Islam doesnt force it, so it's up to the woman (or to her husband and family ) Anyway... I still believe that people should wear whatever they want anywhere of the world and it shouldnt cause to look at these people as if they were Aliens or something else... But I'm afraid, that's never gonna happen



I do agree with you, but when you are walking around London, in Oxford Street (full of clothing stores), then the Burka does tend to attack a lot of attention!



Also g-string too.



And there are plenty of them peering above girls jeans! Not the most attractive sight! lol

9.       janissary
0 posts
 10 May 2008 Sat 12:47 pm

Camel taxies, Tents, Desert, burqa, g-string and turkey. write understandable sentences from these if u want enjoy

10.       libralady
5152 posts
 10 May 2008 Sat 12:55 pm

Quoting janissary:

Camel taxies, Tents, Desert, burqa, g-string and turkey. write understandable sentences from these if u want enjoy



The English girls were on holiday in Turkey for a GOOD time, so with their g-strings rising above their shorts they climbed aloft the haughty camel, and went for a 'ride' with the Turkish man leading the way into the dessert. lol

After a short time, he took one of the girls into a tent they discovered on the journey,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

'hey' he said 'I love you, you are so gorgeous, I want you, I want you, but more than that I want a mobile phone, money and a visa to England'. lol

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