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Submitted by donvan (United States), Mar 26, 2008 at 14:03

The western females wearing their cute little 'hijab' are indeed touching. One assumes that they would also submit to the beatings, mutilation, debasement, and injustice toward women. This is pathetic beyond words. For a non Mu'slam woman to submit to the requirement of dhimmi status is a demonstration of the ignorance of these women. They not only look silly, they are an embarrassment and should wear the burqa for a week or so to show their solidarity and sensitivity to their Mu'slam masters.

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