Skip to comments.Tunisian Olympians targeted by Islamist radicals
Posted on 08/17/2012 4:17:12 AM PDT by Loyalist
TUNIS, Tunisia Islamist extremists have targeted two Tunisian Olympic medalists for behaviour and dress seen as un-Islamic, as debate grows over the role of religion and women in the country that unleashed the Arab Spring uprisings.
Radicals on social media networks called on the government to strip Habiba Ghribi, the first Tunisian woman to win an Olympic medal, of her nationality because her running gear was too revealing. She won the silver in the 3,000-metre steeplechase.
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Radicals on social media networks called on the government to strip Habiba Ghribi, the first Tunisian woman to win an Olympic medal, of her nationality because her running gear was too revealing.
Pretty hard to clear a steeplechase hurdle in a burqa, I should think.
Face it. Muslims are morons.
Islam needs erased from the planet.
Definitely not guilty of ANYTHING!
Dayam...so THAT’S what’s under the burqa!
No wonder mooslum men want to keep their women covered up.
Who’da thunk mooslum women have 6-packs.
Time to come to America!
No hips, trunk like a dude... not feminine.
There's no way this girl trained for the olympics in a burqa and IF seen/confronted by men, convinced them that, "Sure I'm running in this .. don't worry, I'm a good muslim girl" ... only to hit the national airwaves and strip down almost naked.
muslims try to play the rest of the world as fools and the sooner they are defrocked from their phoney position of power, the better the planet will be.
It seems to point in that direction. The fire at the girls school in Saudi Arabia a few years ago where the "rescuers" pushed the girls fleeing the fire back into the flames-engulfed school because they weren't dressed appropriately or something points to stupidity on a scale of enormous dimensions.
Especially when you see Iranian women.
What are they going to do if Istanbul gets the 2020 Summer Games?
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