An Egyptian Islamist’s Indecent Exposure
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  • “claiming that he had pulled the car over to assist his ill niece”

    It sounds like an excuse once floated by a Southern diplomat of the US, who was also caught in flagrante. Sadly, I do not remember the whole story.

  • Skandia Recluse

    I thought it was never the male, and always the female that was prosecuted?

  • JPF

    Walter might be thinking of Wilbur Mills and the Tidal Basin incident with his friend.

  • Cbinflux

    He was dutifully checking the thoroughness of her female circumcision, nothing more. [mock-pious expression deleted].

  • 3. Fanny Foxe, who was an “exotic dancer”, and Ole Wilbur never claimed she was a relative.

  • Kris

    “Niece”? How delightfully retro!

  • lizardflix

    Not defending this guy in any way but it’s probably not a bad idea to remember that in this part of the world, these kinds of charges can pop up in political power plays. Just saying.

  • Tom

    First, on the subjects of this article, I think a quote from Casablanca fits nicely…

    “I am shocked-SHOCKED-to find gambling in this establishment!”

    “Here are your winnings, sir.”

    “Ah, thank you.”

    Mr. Mead, if you have never met a religious believer w/o hypocrisy, you’ve either been looking in the wrong areas, had a poor excuse for a religious upbringing, never bothered to look beyond your mangled peer-pressure misconceptions, or some combination of the three.

    I don’t know nearly enough about you to say which might be the case, so I’ll leave that to your discretion.

    And before you accuse me of said hypocrisy, did you seriously expect that you could insult every single religious believer in the world and not one of them would step up and say something about it?

  • One of the key things that turned Iraq’s Sunni Muslims against al Qaeda was their sexual  illtreatment of daughters of the sheiks. In this case I surmise  our philanderer was apprehended by police loyal to the military. If the police had been loyal to the MB or the salifists then the girl would have been arrested. 

  • Diggs

    Is that a jambia, or are you just happy to see me?

  • jim

    The fully-veiled person’s concluding words to Mr. Wunis were “You know I’m a dude, right?”

  • Indecent exposure is when an Islamist shows his face in the West.

  • willis

    “claiming that he had pulled the car over to assist his ill niece”

    Sounds like the excuse of a northern politician who drowned his date one night in typical drunken stupor. Sadly, I do not remember his name.

  • kris

    [email protected]: “Is that a jambia, or are you just happy to see me?”

    It is indeed a jambia, and boy am I happy to see you, you infidel. Mind turning around a second?

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