Thanks to liberals who promote “tolerance and acceptance,” Muslims feel they have the right to stomp all over our traditions and pave a new path based on Sharia Law. Muslims continue to push their religion on everyone else who doesn’t practice Islam. Muslims think they can play by their own twisted set of rules and disregard our way of life. It has gotten so out of hand that we now have to change rules so Muslims can participate in our competitions. The Miss Universe Pageant is no exception.
Contestants who participate in the Miss Universe Pageant should all be held to the same standards. But one contestant in particular, Miss Great Britain, thinks she is above the rules seeing how she decided to ignore one of the most important elements of the pageant. Miss Great Britain happens to be a Muslim, and since her religion doesn’t permit women to wear bikinis she decided to exempt herself by doing something completely out of the norm by wearing a kaftan instead of a two-piece like the rest of the contestants. Once again Muslims continue to hold themselves to different standards and expect the rest of us to assimilate to their standards.
Of course, the left applauded Miss Great Britain’s bold defiance of the rules (resistance is all the rage in case you haven’t heard)…ignoring the fact that no one held a gun to her head to make her compete in the pageant.
The magazine that teaches teenage girls how to have anal sex had this to say about how proud they were of Muna Jama:
She stuck to her beliefs and the Internet couldn't be prouder https://t.co/lYqbNEpKwg
— Teen Vogue (@TeenVogue) August 4, 2017
The swimsuit competition. Watching contestants parade around in barely-there swimsuits is synonymous with the world of beauty pageants the way sashes and rictus grins and pledges for “world peace” are.
But now one contestant has thrown out the rulebook and competed in the finals for Miss Universe Great Britain wearing a kaftan, rather than a two-piece.
Muna Jama, from London, is Muslim and earlier this year won the right to compete in the famed competition wearing a kaftan. It is the first time in the history of the competition that a contestant has not donned a revealing bikini.
Here is a picture of the other (less special) Miss Universe contestants wearing the required bikini for the bathing suit competition:
It has been a long road for Jama to stepping onto the Miss Universe stage.
Two years ago she applied to represent the U.K. and made it to the finals, but bowed out of concern about appearing in swimmers.
However, this year, Jama, who is the co-founder of a start-up tackling illegal migration and child abuse in Africa, decided to apply again, but this time petitioning officials to be allowed to wear a kaftan.
“I wouldn’t wear a bikini to a beach, so I’m not going to wear one in a competition to score points,” she has told Metro.co.uk. – NYP
Here’s a picture of the “bathing suit” Miss Great Britain wore during the competition:
How is it fair that this woman is allowed to make up her own rules and not participate just like everyone else that competes? The bikini contest is an age old tradition in beauty pageants that judges the woman’s body. After all, it is a beauty pageant and women’s bodies play a major factor in the judge’s decision. Why should she be able to cover up while the rest of the women step in front of the camera in bikinis to be judged? Officials should have never even allowed her to compete if she wasn’t going to play by the rules. But thanks to liberals, no one can disagree with anything Muslims stand for unless they want to be called a bigot.
We have allowed Muslims to walk all over us and it has gotten to the point that people fear standing up to them. This type of thinking is ruining our way of life, and Muslims know they can get away with it. Behind closed doors, they are laughing at us knowing how every step they take is one step closer to having free reign. It has been a long process, but they are making great strides in forcing the rest of the world to play by their rules, and that is very dangerous to think about.