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  1. Forbidden Snowflake says

    Randa, do you invite guests in order to give them a hard time?

    Journalism – how the fuck does it work?

  2. says

    A lot of people of late have been retweeting about this very brave presenter. She took a brave risk on air telling the cleric what she really thought of of his antediluvian way of behaving. More power to her for taking a stance. The women of Egypt should take a leaf from her book.

  3. Pen says

    That was fantastic, but it wasn’t just about her hijab. I think she would have kept it on for him if he’d agreed to address the topics she wanted. Reluctantly, yes, but still. I think she came out of it looking fantastic whereas he looked like a cornered weasel.

  4. says

    I found it amusing — in a rather sick way — that once the scarf came off, he refused to look at her. While he knew he was on camera, that is: he had no problem looking at her before the interview started. It was almost like he was deathly afraid he might get cooties or something, or maybe that hair on a woman was an obscenity (he certainly seemed to have no problem with exposing his own hair.)

  5. johnthedrunkard says

    PIerce;

    Anyone who fails to grovel at the feet of HAMAS, the Brotherhood, the Mullahs etc. is guaranteed to ‘have a reputation as an Israel Lobby mouthpiece.’

    Without that threat people might dare to ‘offend’ the poor little dears.

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