And now, for a musical interlude.
How angry little Muslim girls place Quran orders at bookstores.
When Ali answered the next call with his left hand, he would regret not sticking to the ‘do everything with your right hand only’ rule.
I wish she took as much care in holding the stethoscope correctly as she did in coordinating her hijab and outfit color.
caption: “traditional Middle East fashion.”
This photo is none of these adjectives.
I can’t tell if this money is raining down, or being loaned, up.
caption: “Arabic loving wife adjusts prayer cap while husband recites holy Quran.”
Why is everyone standing? And what’s a prayer cap? And who does this?
Unless you’re addressing the photographer, you might be doing this wrong.
Caption: “East Woman”
I don’t think any of the points on a compass want to take credit for this.
To escape the overt act of aggressive rose-giving, she fell into a defensive modesty faint, just like her parents taught her to do years ago.
The shirt is from Marks & Spencer. The turban is from the year 1185 A.D.
I don’t know what’s worse: the digital blackface, or the digital blackface.
NOT ONE STEP CLOSER or you’ll realize that all I did is wrap a gauzy black shirt around my non-Arab head.
And the sheikh said “Let there be an oil refinery.” And there was an oil refinery. And the oil refinery was good.
It’s her husband calling. He’s telling her to get a black phone.