What is it about Islam that makes it so profoundly intriguing to some women? Perhaps it’s the barbaric practice of genital mutilation by which a young girl has her clitoris cut-off by some sexually deranged Imam? Or, could it be the myriad gang rapes of adolescent females in Syria at the hands of Muslim men shouting “Allah Akbar?”
Well, whatever it is–the women that find Islam profoundly intriguing all have one thing in common: They’re pinheads.
That’s right: Pinheads! After all–the Prophet Mohammed (Islam’s founder) was an unabashed misogynist who never passed on an opportunity to sexually violate a female. (Even if that female just happened to be all of nine years old.) In Fact–his propensity for hyper-violence against women has been well chronicled and documented by Muslim scholars.
With that said–allow me to introduce to you the female staffers who work at Minneapolis City Hall of Minnesota. This gaggle of pinheads (at the behest of their Somali co-workers) declared February 28th as “Hijab Day” at city hall.
I know just what you’re asking: WT*?
So, despite the fact that Islam deems women to be lower than fecal matter–the female staffers of Minneapolis City Hall all donned hijabs in order to show their “respect” and “veneration” for the religion of “peace.”
Yes, while these pinheads (which included the city’s first female police chief) were parading around in their Islamic head garb–a woman was being stoned to death in Iran for kissing her boyfriend in public. Not to mention the woman who was receiving forty lashes in Saudi Arabia for driving herself to the supermarket.
Both actions are considered infractions under Islamic law (Sharia).
The female staffers of Minneapolis City Hall are nothing short of a towering disgrace. In order to appease a few co-workers–they donned the very garb that represents the extreme subjugation and misogyny of an archaic dogma. Yes, a dogma founded by a man who not only practiced rape–but also sanctioned it via public decree.
In the final analysis–there’s nothing more egregious (and dangerous) than Islam and its female pinheads.
Image: Courtesy of: http://malaysianreview.com/review/apa-itu-hari-hijab-sedunia-atau-world-hijab-day/