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Last week, Pakistani President Asif Al Zardari chatted up Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin at the United Nations. By all accounts he didn’t even get her

Jul 31, 2020
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Last week, Pakistani President Asif Al Zardari chatted upAlaska Gov. Sarah Palin at the United Nations. By all accounts he didn’t even get her number.
Still, Zardari’s game was too much for the leader of the radical Red Mosque, the Islamabad hotbed of extremism that last year got into a protracted gunfight with the authorities. The mosque, reports The Christian Science Monitor, has put out a fatwa against Zardari:
A radical Muslim prayer leader said the president shamed the nation for “indecent gestures, filthy remarks and repeated praise of a non-Muslim lady wearing a short skirt.”
There’s a cheap shot in the CSM piece about how feminists are also offended by Zardari’s obviously inappropriate behavior. Whaaaat??? Yes HAHAHAHA feminists are just likemurderous goons. This is actually an equivalence a reputable newspaper would draw?
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