Can you recall the Women’s March that took place the weekend after President Donald Trump’s inauguration?
Remember when pop star Madonna admitted to the world that she wanted to “blow up the White House?” And there was no investigation after her threat…
Or how about the time when Ashley Judd claimed to be a “nasty woman?” What a knee slapper, right?
Well I haven’t noticed a Women’s March in Hollywood to minimize the mass amounts of sexual abuse, harassment, and unsettling behaviors stemming from their circle.
Have you heard word from Linda Sarsour, the self-appointed Sharia champ for women’s rights, saying a word?
Well here is just one more example that shows the deception of the progressive socialist liberals and the infamous “war on women” movement.
Reported by allenwest:
“A Lebanese pop star has been reprimanded by Egyptian authorities after wearing a pair of shorts on stage.
Haifa Wehbe, 41, says she was ‘called for interrogation’ after donning the olive green mini-shorts during a performance at the American University of Cairo last weekend.
The pop star claims a female journalist watching her performance was so upset she complained to the country’s tourism police. The police passed the complaint to the Egyptian Musicians’ Syndicate, which licenses performers in the country, which summoned Haifa’s manager to complain.
The pop star tweeted: ‘I was shocked to learn that a female journalist has lodged a complaint against me at the Syndicate in objection to the shorts I wore. ‘Has it become intentional [to jeopardize me] after every successful performance in Egypt? Or is this civilized look (my outfit) strange to some people?’ She also claimed to have been summoned by the syndicate, though a spokesman for the organization denied this while speaking to Al Arabiya. The spokesman said the organization has taken no step to ban her and will not require her to appear in person. Haifa’s manager was called to ‘warn’ him that the singer should pick outfits which ‘take into account the traditions and customs of Egyptian people’.”
Well, Egypt has officially been placed on my personal “travel ban list.” And does anyone else find it rather comical that this “syndicate” is speaking to Al Arabiya, the Islamic terrorist media platform headed in Qatar…the same place where we released five senior Taliban commanders?
I continue to find this whole “coexist and tolerance” message rather disturbing. It appears that individual freedom — the simple ability to dress — is not recognized.
Now, imagine if here in the United States we had a government tourism police or a syndicate that licenses musical performers who dictated attire? And oddly, this concert was held at the American University of Cairo, not some ultra-conservative Islamic institution. So, at the American University of Cairo, as in any American University, shouldn’t the individual liberties and freedoms of America, especially those for women, be reflected?
So, where are all the protests from American female performers? Where are the statements from Madonna and Ashley Judd? Where is Linda Sarsour and her desire to conduct a jihad? After all, does she stand for women’s rights, or is she just a mouthpiece funded by George Soros? Here in America, or anywhere in Western civilization, you find women dressed in the full covering black dress demanded of them from Sharia Law. So should we file complaints?
But, this isn’t the only absurd complaint about female dress in Egypt that should cause us concern.
“The complaint against Haifa emerged in the same week an Egyptian prosecutor suggested it was men’s ‘national duty’ to rape women in ripped jeans. Nabih al-Wahsh said that if a woman wore such trousers she deserved to be sexually assaulted and harassed. Egypt’s highest women’s rights body has since reported the lawyer, who made the comments during a television appearance, for ‘promoting sexual harassment’.
Nada Draz of the state National Council for Women also said today that the comments ‘explicitly promote rape’. Ripped jeans have been at the heart of controversy in recent weeks about their propriety, with some university colleges banning students from wearing them on campus. Egypt is a majority Muslim country of some 95 million that largely adheres to conservative interpretations of Islam.”
You can view the segment here where Mr. al-Wahsh makes his absurd and dangerous statement.
Now, why should we care about the statement made by some delusional Egyptian lawyer? Because this is a mentality that permeates within the minds of Muslim men and the reason why you’ve seen an incredible increase of sexual assaults, harassment, and rapes in Europe since the massive migration of single Muslim men. And that is not something to be debated, it’s a fact, one that the progressive socialist left wants to hide and on which they keep silent. Why?
Why is it that we allow tolerance to be a one-way street lending itself to cultural suicide. Yet speak anything against Islam and you’re castigated as an Islamophobe and have insidious jihadist enablers like the Southern Poverty Law Center attack you. Where are all these feminists speaking loudly and condemning all of this? Nope, that takes courage, not commitment to an ideological agenda.
It’s incidents such as this, for which we hear nothing from a Linda Sarsour, that further delegitimizes her message, and existence. She’s not concerned about women’s rights; she’s just another loyal lieutenant of one George Soros and his anarchy to undermine our Constitutional Republic.
It’s a “national duty” to rape a women who wears ripped jeans? You don’t think that will resonate amongst Muslim men and the crazed clerics and mad mullahs? This will only serve to increase the misogyny of Islam, as exhibited by those most observant practitioners. And not just to the detriment of Muslim women who seek individual freedom, but for all women.