March 5, 2007, - 1:12 pm
By Debbie Schlussel
I’ve written a lot on this site about women’s fashion magazine’s promotion of jihad and Islamism. The latest is Jane Magazine–the vapid fashion mag that used to run an equally vapid monthly column by Silicone Valley, Pamela Anderson.
This month, Jane has an interesting reason for promoting Islamist Couture to your daughters, girlfriends, and wives: It’s inexpensive. And, in Jane’s view, it’s cool to dress like an Islamic terrorist. Writes Jane:
A few days of overpriced lattes or endless “Where’d you get that?” inquiries from strangers–the choice is yours. . . . Wrap one of these bad boys around your neck and you can legitimately say, “I’m with the band.”
Uh, no. You can legitimately say, “I’m with the Jihad.” In this rare case, the “overpriced lattes” are preferable. And no-one will be asking where you got that ugly jihadist scarf. Trust me.
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