Sunday, January 14, 2007

ROSCOE’S Weak-End Report

Ta-da! The burqini

Ever wonder what Muslim women do about those pesky tan lines? Don’t. Not if you want to keep your head attached to your body.

Actually, ye olde burqa obviates all that, rendering the whole body a zone where the sun don’t shine. In fact, there have been reports of health concerns about Muslim women getting pale, wan, fat and weak through lack of exercise, all because of their restrictive clothing.

But now a fashion designer has come along with a solution—the burqini, a modest swimming garment that exposes only the hands and face. Hat tip to Little Green Footballs.

Makes us wonder, though: With this kind of wild & crazy behavior, can wet burqa contests be far behind?

Big fish

OK, so maybe the U.S. didn’t get embassy bomber Fazel Abdullah Mohammed last week in its strikes in Somalia, as previously reported here. But did you hear about the raid in Iraq that meanwhile netted some big fish Iranians? That reportedly includes a major bottom feeder, Hassan Abbasi. This could be big.

Here’s part of the report from Regime Change Iran (which we’re visiting daily, right?):

In 2005 Iranian journalist Amir Taheri, reported that "to Iran's new ruling elite, Abbasi is the big strategic brain." "More and more officials quote him in meetings with foreign diplomats."

According to Taheri, Abbasi is the architect of the so-called "war preparation plan" currently under way in Iran.

"The Western man today has no stomach for a fight," Abbasi says. "This phenomenon is not new: All empires produce this type of man, the self-centered, materialist, and risk-averse man." Abbasi believes that the US intervention in Iraq, which involved "slightly higher risks" than the invasion of Afghanistan, was the very last of its kind.

Sounds like the boy was actually on to something. Perfect description of Dhimmicrats.

Carter's little scandal

And then you probably heard that 14 members resigned from an advisory board to the Carter center in protest of Jimmy Carter’s pro-Arab, anti-Israel book, Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid. We can’t help but wonder why these dots aren’t being connected, but there’s a very good reason for Carter’s anti-Israel cant: Money. We’ve reported here previously how Jimmuh is on the take from the Islamists. Simple as that.

His center is a major recipient of funding from Saudi Prince Al-Walid bin Talal. That’s the same prince who offered millions of dollars to New York City after 9/11 with the recommendation that America rethink its foreign policy vis a vis Israel. Rudy told him where to stick it, but Jimmuh apparently has no such compunctions. Al-Walid is also the same one we wrote about who’s helped fund the work of the major academic apologist for radical Islam, John Esposito.

In case you missed it, here’s another storyabout Carter’s Saudi connections. And one more.


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