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EGYPT. Outburst of democracy against adoption of so-called 'Sharia' constitution

Publication time: 26 December 2012, 15:49

A contest "Miss Arab World 2012", the title of which went to a refugee from Syria Nadine Fahad, has been held In the Egyptian capital Cairo, the Western media report with satisfaction.

 

Fahad's competitors were other 15 girls from Egypt, Yemen, Tunisia, Algeria, Lebanon, Iraq, Jordan, Morocco, Sudan, and Somalia.

 

According to the contest the girls had to defile in front of the jury and the audience hungry for sensation. In this case, the main dignity of the girls was agedly not the form of their bodies, and exhibiting their beauties for show, but "knowledge of traditions of the Arab world, the manners of the girls and their communication skills".

 

The judges were representatives from different Arab countries, who arrived to Cairo at the invitation of the Ministry of Tourism of Egypt, report Arab news agencies.

 

Western media emotional stressed that winner Nadine Fahad, who proclaimed "Miss of Arab World", decided to dedicate the victory to her native Syria, from where she had emigrated to Egypt because of the war.

 

"I really wanted to help the children and civilians of Syria, who are victims of daily violence. I hope that will soon be able to return to a peaceful state", delivered a speech "crowned" Fahad.

 

"Islamic" authorities of Egypt, that had just adopted a "Sharia constitution", declared that the Sabbath with a beauty contest was all needed in order to "unite the Arab states and to show the beauty of their culture".

 

According to authorities, this public shamelessness and demonstrative disgrace must become "indicator of Egypt's welfare, which can afford to sponsor such contests".

 

Since the funding of the project has been provided by the Ministry of Tourism, it expects by doing so to attract more tourists to the country.

 

In order to take part in the "Miss Arab World", the girl must be 19-26 years, should be single Arab, and the applications were accepted only from students or young women with higher education. Additional conditions were: fluency in a foreign language, good body shape, involvement in social life of the country and impeccable reputation.

 

Under the "impeccable reputation" is meant and emphasized that girls who "dipped themselves in connections with any extremist organization" are allowed to participate in the contest.

 

Department of Monitoring

Kavkaz Center


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