‘French Dolls Who Wear Shawls’: A poetic fashion statement

‘French Dolls Who Wear Shawls’: A poetic fashion statement

From Dior to J. Crew and beyond, the Almighty's views on headgear et. al. are likely unknown and unknowable. But why take a chance, particularly in France?

Muslim fashion show.
Screen capture from anonymous YouTube video purported to have been recorded at a 2015 Muslim runway fashion show, country and venue unidentified.

French Dolls Who Wear Shawls

In France they have a law that bans the wearing of a shawl
by women who are devotees of Allah’s strident call.
The segregation of the state and God in France is total;
religion is but superstition, merely anecdotal.
I guess the French will go to hell for being so profane,
and have to suffer eons supping on burnt quiche Lorraine.

−Inspired by an article in the New York Times.

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