Saturday, October 30, 2010

Yemen Arrests Woman for Sending Explosives to Chicago Synagogues

Yemeni women in San'a; 25% of Yemeni girls become child brides.
Today, reportedly based on information provided by the U.S. and the United Arab Emirates, Yemeni authorities surrounded a house in San'a, the capital of Yemen, and arrested a woman whom they said was "hiding" there.

Now authorities are looking for a male "accomplice."

"Hiding" and "accomplice." Those are interesting choices of words to describe a Muslim woman who lives under Shariah servitude in a country where mere opposition to selling little girls into forced marriages brands one as an apostate, a crime punishable by death.

I wonder what Batina the Hidden (the burqa-wearing super-heroine soon to be featured in a Shariah-compliant cartoon series) will have to say about it. If she's allowed to speak.

A little something you might want to keep in mind when doing your Christmas shopping is that a series starring Batina the Hidden and 98 other Muslim super-heroes opposing such "dark forces" as a Christian king is scheduled to start soon on the kid's TV network, The Hub, formed by a 50-50 partnership between Hasbro Toys and Discovery Communications (Discovery Kids).



  1. It can't be a mistake that the packages were sent to Chicago. Message to BO, perhaps?

  2. @Fuzzy. It got him to the podium quick enough--unlike the massacre at Fort Hood and the failed attacks on Detroit and New York.