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Crossdressing 'Warriors'

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Submitted by Sword of Islam (United Kingdom), Apr 7, 2006 at 15:32

Looks like they've blown up yet another mosque today! What makes it funny is the fact that the bombers were disguised as women. Are there any recorded instances in other cultures of men wearing women's dresses attacking places of worship (or anything else for that matter!)? Do any of the male contributors have any women's fashion tips that they'd like to share with their fellow jihadis? What's 'in' this season?
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