ANOTHER MUSLIM WOMAN makes ‘history’ at the Olympics…not for winning anything, but for competing in a black body bag

It’s a sad state of affairs when the left wing media focus at the Rio Olympics is on Muslim ‘athletes’ who have ‘made history’ at the Games that is unrelated to any kind of athletic success:

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And these:

  • A Muslim gymnast from France who shattered his leg landing from a vault

  • A Muslim fencer from the U.S. who competed in an Islamic headbag and was eliminated in the second round

  • A Saudi Muslim judo fighter who forfeited a first-round match Sunday in a tactic to avoid facing Israel’s Gili Cohen in the second round

  • An Egyptian Muslim judo fighter who lost his match to an Israeli and refused to shake his hand as is traditional in the sport

  • Lebanese Muslim team that refused to allow the Israeli team on the same bus with them going to the Opening Ceremony

And now this: Saudi Muslim ‘sprinter’ Kariman Abuljadayel made history today when she became the first Saudi woman to compete in the 100 meters.


UK Express  The 22-year-old finished seventh in her preliminary heat so is unable to qualify for the showpiece final race won universal praise for her efforts.

Standing out from her competitors in a full-body kit and hijab, she completed the race in 14.61 seconds, lagging far behind the current world record of 10.49 seconds set by American Florence Griffith-Joyner in 1988.


But she won the hearts of fans across the world who took to social media to recognise her achievement in taking part in the race. (In the manner of the politically correct leftist mantra of everybody gets a trophy just for competing)

She is one of four women from the Middle Eastern country to compete in the Rio Games alongside Attar, Joud Fahmy, and fencer Lubna Al-Omair. Saudi officials insist all female competitors dress “to preserve their dignity” – hence the modest, long-sleeved garments and hijab covering the hair.

Abuljadayel and Attar among a number of Middle Eastern athletes competing in hijabs at the the Olympics, including Noor Hussain Al-Malki of Qatar and Shinoona Salah al-Habsi of Oman.