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Sunday, 3 February 2013
Baby burkas: Fatwa Sheikh tells Saudi tots to cover up

From Albawaba

A Saudi cleric has called for all female babies to be fully covered by wearing the face veil, commonly known as the burka, citing reports of little girls being sexually molested.

In a TV interview on the Islamic Al-Majd TV, which seems to date back to mid-last year, Sheikh Abdullah Daoud, stressed that wearing the veil will protect baby girls. The Sheikh tried to back his assertion with claims of sexual molestation against babies in the kingdom, quoting unnamed medical and security sources.

Sheikh Mohammad Al-Jzlana, former judge at the Saudi Board of Grievances, told Al Arabiya that Dauod’s ruling was denigrating to Islam and Shariah and made Islam look bad.
He said that he feels sad whenever he sees a family walking around with a veiled baby, describing that as injustice to children.

Posted on 02/03/2013 6:17 AM by Esmerelda Weatherwax
3 Feb 2013

"Making islam look bad" is he?  Reminds me of the witty comment that the German military Valkyre conspirators wanted to off Hitler because he was making National Socialism look bad.

3 Feb 2013
Send an emailSue R

Those naughty babies; tempting perfectly respectable men with their soft, warm bodies.  They're disgusting and make me feel sick.  Kill 'em!!!!

3 Feb 2013
Christina McIntosh

 One shudders to think what the levels of Vitamin D deficiency would be, in any female who was wrapped up in the Slave Sack, including the Slave Mask over her whole face, for all of her life, even from earliest infancy.  Vitamin D deficiency that not only produces rickets, but other conditions, such as depression, and a suppressed immune system which in turn renders the sufferer liable to increased levels of infections, and cancer.  And then, when the poor child reaches puberty (but has probably been wedded and bedded - maritally raped - years before), potentially condemns her offspring to develop schizophrenia.

The inhabitants of dar al Islam appear to be suicidally insane.

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