Archive for April, 2006|Monthly archive page
Dynamic Sportswear For Todays Muslim Female
Check out some absolutely ridiculous ’sportswear’:
What do you get when you cross Australian beach culture with a desire to remain clothed in a way acceptable to Muslim women? If you’re designer Aheda Zanetti, you get what she says is the world’s first two-piece Islamic swimsuit, the burkini.
Two pieces, you know, a full body wrap and a Hijab-like hood.
I don’t know what it is, but there is something very bizarre about this photograph to the left. Come to think of it, it looks like these women are extras from a cheap Sci-Fi movie.
And how did this all come about?
“And when I was looking at her playing sport with a two-piece veil and a skivvy (long-sleeved, high-necked shirt) and the pants and then her netball jersey on top and then her skirt, I thought, ‘Oh my god, there must be something better than this’,” she said.
Lebanon-born Zanetti at first created a crop top which incorporated a veil into a modest shirt. She later moved into other sportswear items, including the swimwear, all the while keeping to her motto: “Modesty is number one.”
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Well as most know the left coast is the land of liberals and San Francisco is by far the Mecca of the liberals. So for those of you out there that get mad at me for having doubts about the true feelings of liberals and the military… sure you can argue that John Kerry didn’t really insult the troops, my opinion is that he did. But beyond that how do you explain San Francisco’s hatred of the military? Their call to be “diverse”?
If it is gay pride, abortions, anything like that they are certainly diverse. Bring the military up and they are a bunch of losers that quite frankly I do question whether they deserve to be protected by the military they love to toss from town and belittle time after time after time after time… get the point?
After 90 years in San Francisco high schools, the Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps must go, the San Francisco school board decided Tuesday night.
The Board of Education voted 4-2 to eliminate the popular program, phasing it out over two years.
Dozens of JROTC cadets at the board meeting burst into tears or covered their faces after the votes were cast.
“We’re really shocked,” said fourth-year Cadet Eric Chu, a senior at Lowell High School, his eyes filling with tears. “It provided me with a place to go.”
So so diverse, they are really looking out for the kids aren’t they. Liberals and the people of San Francisco should be ASHAMED! In conclusion this quote sums it up for you, after reading it just remember that they still oppose and voted against…
“Opponents acknowledged the program is popular and even helps some students stay in school and out of trouble.”
So try and tell me that they care about the kids and are not just ANTI-MILITARY. Please.