Ditching the Freedom Sack

Route from Islamic State’s capital of Raqqa dotted with discarded women’s veils

Here in the West, clueless feminazis show solidarity with muslim women by wearing hijab on world hijab day.

In the U.S. (as in Europe &  Australia) we’re constantly inundated with spurious claims that women who wear hijabs are routinely harassed and discriminated against, and that Muslim women who wear the hijab or niqab are doing so by choice. We’re constantly reminded that we must support that choice or be charged with “bigotry” and “Islamophobia.” Great. But what about the women who fled the Islamic State and immediately discarded their veils? They don’t seem to have regarded wearing it as something they chose freely. Do the women who forced to wear the hijab, niqab or burqa have any right to choose what they wear? Do they have any rights at all? Do Western feminists stand with them? Why not? (Robert Spencer)

Ditching the Freedom Sack

“Most of the women tear off their robes and burqas as soon as they arrive at our positions,” an SDF fighter said, speaking on condition of anonymity.

“Some of the women stomp on the robes because they finally feel safe and are finished with Daesh,” he added, using the Arabic acronym for IS.

Fighters from the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) walk along a road dotted with black veils ditched by women after they crossed over from Islamic State group territory near Tishreen Farms, on the northern outskirts of Raqa on May 2, 2017

Dozens of black veils dotted a freshly laid sand berm in northern Syria, ditched by women fleeing the Islamic State group’s bastion of Raqa as US-backed fighters close in.

Outside the village of Tishreen Farms, 17 kilometres (10 miles) north of Raqa, the Syrian Democratic Forces could be seen laying sandbags to protect themselves from IS car bombs and snipers

2 thoughts on “Ditching the Freedom Sack”

  1. About those discarded burkas…I think they were probably ISIS men disguising themselves as women in order to escape.

  2. On the other hand, the day after hijab soli.day when Muslimas see all the women throw the scarf off, there might be some envy. One can only hope

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