July 24, 2012, - 4:27 pm

Olympic Female Beach Volleyballers to Cover Up to Appease Muslims – Long-Sleeved Shirts

By Debbie Schlussel

As I told you before, the International Olympic Committee–which still will not remember the murdered Munich Israeli athletes with a legitimate moment of silence and/or a memorial–announced a policy, earlier this year, dropping the requirement that women beach volleyball players wear a two-piece athletic bikini. The IOC specifically noted that dropping the bikini requirement was done to please, appease, and pander to Muslim countries, which would be offended by the display and wouldn’t allow its women to participate in the two-piece suits. Now, the IOC has announced that women will probably have to cover up and wear long sleeves over their bikinis, using the excuse that it’s “cold” in London. Don’t believe it. This move is, yet again, to appease Muslims.

Say Good-bye to This & Hello to Burqa-Ball . . .


It’s 86 degrees Fahrenheit in London, today. Tomorrow, it will be a high of 82 degrees Fahrenheit. The forecast for the next two weeks in London includes highs in the high 70s and low-to-mid 80s. Suddenly, that’s “too cold” for beach volleyball bikinis, and they need to wear long sleeves? Riiiight. And the beach volleyball venues are right near London, so it’s not like they are traveling somewhere far northward to the chilly tundra.

The Olympic beach volleyball players are the most scantily clad summer Olympians, and the IOC–in yet another sop to Islam and the Islamic terrorists that murdered the Israeli athletes–is laying the ground for the female beach volleyballers to cover up so as not to offend Muslims. The IOC had no takers when it announced the two-piece would no longer be mandatory and that women could cover up more. And because of that, it’s taken this new tack, claiming that long sleeves may be appropriate for the weather.

Uh-huh. The halal weather facing Mecca.

By the way, if they don hijabs, niqabs, or burqas, then they’ll be very warm during beach volleyball. And ain’t that the point here? It sure is.



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57 Responses

The change was made so all cultures can wear what they want and believe in. Its not like they are banning bikinis ot anything. Muslims are people as well as the rest of us, and if they believe in covering up then let them. I mean why does it bother you? Because you wanna see a bunch of half naked girls? Well they can still wear it if they want. There is no reason to blame this on a group of people because of their beliefs. Muslims believe in covering up because its vulger to be nude…yet they can choose if they want to cover up its not technically required unless they are praying. So, if they want to be covered up in heat its them who will burn up NOT YOU. So get over it.

I am me on August 3, 2012 at 10:43 pm

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