Have you heard of "Je Suis Hijabi"? It’s Muslim women proudly wearing their Muslim veils, and inviting non-Muslims to wear them too.
It’s an Internet phenomenon, but it’s also a series of events at publicly funded universities, where non-Muslims are asked to dress like Muslims.
So where does the phrase come from?
The "Je Suis" obviously came from the slogan that went viral after the Muslim slaughter of the French cartoonists at the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in January.
Back then, #JeSuisCharlie was a statement of solidarity with them and with the cause of free speech.
The only thing more gross than a Muslim hijabi appropriating the grief and sympathy for the victims of Islam as a propaganda tool, are the stupid, culturally illiterate, amoral media acting as free publicists for it — while their dead journalist colleagues in Paris spin in their graves.
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