Friday, October 27, 2006

Islamic Terrorist Cross-Dressers

Well, that title right there explains a few things, huh? :-) Yeah, it seems pretty sick to me that men who are so misogynistic would resort to using a woman's concealing clothing as a disguise. But it sure does seem to be a trend that's not waning in the least--if anything, gaining popularity actually. Let's look at a few examples from that Google search:

Back in 2002, News from Russia reports, a suicide bomber dressed as a woman blew himself up at an army checkpoint in eastern Afghanistan, killing five other people and wounding four.

Then in 2005, Jihad Watch notes (from The Daily Excelsior), two civilians were killed and 10 others (including a Sub Inspector of Police) sustained injuries when a burqa-clad militant opened fire on a Police party at Kadalbal in Pampore township on Srinagar-Jammu national highway.

In 2006, I'm sure we'll all recall, Brian Ross reported on The Blotter in August that Al Qaeda's newest tactic to elude American forces appears to be dressing in drag. A key Al Qaeda operative, who was dressed as a woman, was killed in eastern Afghanistan, according to the U.S. military.

Just this month, October, 2006, we had the incident in the UK (reported in the London Times) where a male suspect in a major anti-terrorist investigation in Britain escaped capture by allegedly disguising himself as a Muslim woman dressed in a burka.

So what is wrong with these men? I mean, even if we overlook all of the deliberately oppressive overtones implied in the creation of the Burqa concept as a means for RIFs to enslave women, why are the RIFs so drawn to it as a disguise? We're talking about the RIFs, not real men. Rather, the kinds of men who routinely rape and beat women, who are plainly and undeniably misogynistic. They are dysfunctional, sexually, and incapable of establishing or maintaining a meaningful relationship with a woman. That's an obvious fact, not a judgment, by the way. So, why on Earth are they so drawn to dressing up in women's clothes?

I'm drawn to an old saying, how better to hide a coward's face than behind the skirts of a woman?

I do believe this was said centuries ago by men of valor, somewhere in Europe it was. Oh yes, that's right, we in the west "obviously" have no clue how men and women "should" interact. Western women are free to choose their own lives and western men actually treat women with dignity and respect. Silly me. I forgot :)


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