The apparent dimwittedness of even educated Mohammedans should give us all pause:
We do, however, accept Dr. Hirji’s evidence that the Article used common Muslim stereotypes. For example, when commenting on the cover page of the Maclean’s issue, she indicated that the black burkha is often used as a common image to depict Muslims as foreign and that it was common to show women and children as markers of the oppression of Islam. However, she did not link that stereotype with the impact its use might have on an objective reader of the Article.
In contrast, Dr. Habib described the young girl as appearing distressed and apprehensive about what was to happen next.
Yeah, she’s just about to have her vagina mutilated by a rusty razor blade, then get
married to raped by her first cousin. Go figure…