Sharia Vacation: “Leggings are not pants,” “Moderate” Qatar warns tourists

More proof that the “moderates” are very much in sync with the “extremists.” Or, as Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan said to President Obama, there is no moderate Islam, there is no extreme Islam, Islam is Islam.

The perverse and brutal ideology of the sharia should have been scorned, rebuked and wiped out in every freedom-loving nation in the world years ago. Instead, the West is on its knees to these primitives, ever since 9/11. It is beneath contempt.

Why would free men/women want to visit, let alone, vacation in any country that lives by a racist, misogynist system of governance that institutionalizes gender apartheid, creed apartheid and supremacism?

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“Leggings are not pants, Qatar warns tourists,” Herald Sun, May 28, 2014 (thanks to Kenneth)

Wondering what to pack for your trip to Qatar? The authorities have these tips.

THE Arab emirate of Qatar has issued a decree telling tourists that leggings are not pants.

The Gulf state has launched a modesty drive to make sure tourists understand what is and isn’t appropriate dress. And leggings fail to make the cut.

The Reflect your respect campaign, managed by Qatar’s state-run Islamic Culture Centre, uses Twitter, Instagram and leaflets distributed in public places to inform visitors of basic modesty laws in preparation for the 2022 Football World Cup.

“If you are in Qatar, you are one of us. Help us preserve Qatar’s culture and values. Please dress modestly in public places,” the leaflets explain.

Wondering what to pack for your trip to Qatar? The authorities have these tips.

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The “leggings are not pants” flyer has created some controversy. Source: Supplied

The word “modestly” has been starred on the leaflet and a footnote reads: “Leggings are not pants”.

According to Qatar leggings are not appropriate dress because they are too tight and they can be translucent.

“It is expected that you wear decent clothes and women should avoid wearing any garments that are too tight; too short or translucent such as mini-skirts or sleeveless dresses,” the Culture centre says.

The campaign has brought a mixed reaction on Twitter.

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