Feb 28 2013
DESERT PEOPLES & MUSLIM TERRORISTS have long used the turban to keep sand out of their faces, as this man from Africa is likely doing. Members of nomadic tribes have also used turbans to disguise themselves. And sometimes, the color of a person’s turban can be used to identify his tribal affiliation from a distance across the dunes. This man’s turban is a very light blue. In some parts of North Africa, blue is thought to be a good color to wear in the desert because of its association with cool water.
Pro-Iranian, virulently anti-Israel Judenrat, Danny Schechter, upset that Israeli-owned European satellite network has banned Iranian media So far, so good. Kentucky community’s rejection of Islamic cemetery hasn’t yet been overturned by Obama’s DOJ