Let’s do a post on Muslim Women.
|Broadcaster of the Year!|
Our very own Pakistani Muslim presenter Mishal Husain has won the prestigious Broadcaster of the Year award.
Mishal specialises in frosty interviews with Israelis and members of Ukip.
A career opportunity has opened up for Muslim women at the Temple Mount. Responsibilities include harassing Jews. Their special duty is to form a “human chain” with other veil-covered Muslim women, ululating, cursing, and spitting.
Upcoming young female talent. “The Voice”
H/T Daphne Anson.
Entrepreneurship in Gaza. Enterprising Muslim lady named Sofiya Mosalam has created an online start-up named “Boom Baby Boom”. This imaginative title opens up a vista of possibilities.
(I'd never heard of BBC Capital before, but I hope the ventures featured are successful.)
Sky News is featuring two courageous females today.
“You might think these are two ordinary women” gushes the presenter, to footage of two figures strolling through a Turkish street. They appear to be dressed up as elephants, (which placed that introduction distinctly at odds with reality) as they were dressed in top-to-toe black material, draped to suggest flapping ears and a trunk. The full face-covering abaya.
A hilarious moment occurred when one of these creatures brought out an iPad to display a photograph of her former self. I think the intention was to to prove she had really been in IS. The photograph was of an unidentifiable black-clad creature peering out from a small slit. It must have been her. (?)
The pair had defected from Islamic State, possibly, suggested the Sky anchor and the presenter, having become disillusioned with their lot, since their husbands had been martyred and I imagine they had little to do, other than lashing disobedient sisters. (As members of the elite I.S. women’s police force heir duties included lashing other women for disobeying the I.S. code, such as the elephant costume, as dictated by their masters.)
The young female Sky anchor tried to pose a penetrating question to the presenter. “But they still espouse the I.S. ideologi... ideological ideology?”
Indeed. Which “you might think” would put a damper on the overly sympathetic tone of the piece, but apparently not.