DAILYKENN.com -- I don't know what's going on under those burqas, but if the anatomy of Muslim women resembles balloons, it explains why they cover it head to to.
A Syrian Christian living in Raqqa said a shop owner was forced to pop balloons because of their were sensual appearance.
The act of stupidity occurred in 2014, he said.
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A farcical ISIS terrorist demanded a shopkeeper pop all the balloons in his shop - because they looked a little bit like breasts.
The bizarre incident took place in Raqqa, Syria, soon after Islamic State took the city as their 'capital' in 2014.
That's according to 'John', a Syrian Christian, who was allowed to stay after the occupation because he paid jizya, a tax ISIS imposes on Christians in the lands it controls.
In an interview with World Watch Monitor , he said: "I remember a funny incident.
"A shopkeeper had a red balloon in the shape of a heart in his window. IS came in, screaming that this was a sin.
"The shopkeeper said it was just a balloon. The IS man insisted that this was sin because the shape could also be seen as a woman’s breasts. The shopkeeper had to pop the balloon.”
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