May 15, 2007, - 3:28 pm
By Debbie Schlussel
Remember “Sawsan,” the Muslima supermodel used by the Department of Homeland Security in its Friday recruitment ad for a career “Expo” in the Ronald Reagan Federal Building?
Yesterday, I told you she’s getting a lot of modeling work with her husband, “Mohammed,” in extremist Sharia (Islamic Law) advertising. But, it gets worse. Reader Raymond located other photos of Sawsan and Mohammed in a real display of what Islamic marriage and homelife is all about. We think the new photo we located makes a far better pic for Homeland Security ads, given the Department’s new uber-PC mentality and its desire to recruit extremist, religious Muslims as agents.
And get this, the descriptions associated with some of Sawsan’s modeling implies that she is a citizen of India–NOT an American!–and that the photos were taken there or in Mali. GREAT!–Homeland Security is recruiting illegal alien extremist Muslims as agents and using them in recruitment ads. Why not just give a bad and a gun to Bin Laden, himself (if we ever find him)?:
As Raymond writes:
She doesn’t look quite so happy [as in the DHS recruitment ad]. Some of the keywords listed for [looking up] this photo are “respect” and “behind.”
Here is what appears to be Sawsan at the Djenne Grand Mosque in Mali. Is that where she’s from? Just askin’.
BTW, here is Sawsan’s hubby, Mohammed, in full observance. Gee, why wasn’t this in the DHS recruitment ad?
And Raymond also notes that for her modeling for the tax-subsidized Muslim LARIBA (no interest) loans, there was a little Faux-tography involved:
Her image has been mirrored and placed over the man’s shoulder.
I guess in real life women are not aloud to get that close to their man.
Indeed. Here’s the original ad I showed you yesterday:
Here are the real photos which have been “doctored” and put together:
I think this is going to be my new DHS icon-and-pic of choice:
Tags: bin Laden, David Lunde, Debbie Schlussel Remember, Department of Homeland Security, Djenne Grand Mosque, India, Mali, Ronald Reagan Federal Building