Tuesday, June 29, 2021

  • Tuesday, June 29, 2021
  • Elder of Ziyon



Egypt seems mesmerized by the saga of "Burkini Girl."

Dina Hisham went to a swimming pool in a hotel with a burkini and was told that she was not allowed to swim there. She tearfully posted about her experience on Instagram, and as sometimes happens, the video went viral, starting a fierce debate in Egypt.

There have been news segments dedicated to the issue last night, where people debated the merits of the burkini - swimwear that covers up the women wearing it. A "medical expert" said that the swimsuit was dangerous because it covers up any skin disease that the person might have, presumably putting other swimmers at risk. 

By that logic, everyone really should swim nude. Who knows what skin condition is under the covered parts?

The funny part is that in Israel, no one cares if Muslim women wear full coverings or not in public pools and beaches. 

The Jewish state is more tolerant of Muslims than Muslim countries often are. 








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