September 23, 2009, - 3:54 pm
Today’s USA Today gushes over a Baghdad internet cafe that caters to women only. We’re told by the sub-headline that the cafe is wonderful because it’s “empowering and safe” and “helps close gap on skills.”
Only in the Middle East would we applaud a “separate but equal” facility for women as “empowerment.” Only in the Islamic world would we applaud a facility that is separate because Islamic men are so intolerant of women and so animalistic in their behavior that they cannot and will not control their impulses of seeing women, especially women in the workplace and on computers. That’s why this single-sex cafe is considered “safe” for women. They are considered open meat by these men, this religion, the Arab Street.
The day when we see women in Iraq able to walk around without their hair covered in rags (hijabs)–as they are covered in this new “empowering” facility and all over the new, “democratic,” Saddam-free, Shi’ite-controlled Iranian satellite state; the day when we see women able to interact at a co-ed internet cafe without worrying about being raped or abused by Islamic men because their big toe or ugly hair turned on some oversexed guy in a standard Saddam/Assad mustache; on that day, they’ll actually have taken a step toward empowerment in the Islamic world.
And even then–even with the most freedom for women in Middle Eastern societies, they’ll still hate America, hate Jews, hate Christians, hate the West, hate Israel.
So, all of these PR efforts in USA Today and the rest of the mainstream media to tell us how democratic and equalitarian and contemporary Iraq is becoming under extremists Shi’ites, is a lot of bunk. And it’s all academic. Irrelevant.
Here’s a wake-up call for these fantasists: Women are not empowered in Iraq or anywhere in the Islamic world. When they are, it’s window-dressing covering up for Islamic males who act like animals and might get turned on uncontrollably to the point of rape by someone’s curls or knees.
And even when they are not and women are “empowered,” it’s simply in a weird unity, a bizarre unison of hatred, jealousy, and desire to destroy us in the West.
So, I really couldn’t care less about Azhar Al-Sheikhli’s Ishtar Internet Center internet cafe for women in Baghdad.
And neither should you.
The only thing you should care about is how much in American tax dollars is going to subsidize this exercise in compliance with a Sharia world we helped create by “liberating” Iraq to the Iranians and their Shi’ite minions in Iraq.
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