They Hide Swords Under There

Many people complain that Islamic women's chadors and burqas, those headdresses which leave only the eyes visible, symbolize sexist oppression by muslim men.
But in reality, this type of clothing is a symbol of power, stealth and major ass-kicking, and originated in the Far East rather than the Near East. The pictures below should enlighten you.

...came from this!

That's right, a chador's simply an extension of the ninja costume. These silent and mysterious assassins inspired muslims visiting the Orient into adopting a similar dress code. So when you see a woman wearing a chador, don't pity her; just be very, very afraid.

Posted by cronopio at 03:35 AM, February 23, 2003