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Have you not heard that the eyes are the mirror to the soul?
I would hazard a guess that the lady in your picture is not buck toothed and hairy but I could be wrong
...and doesn't seem to be cross-eyed either, but who says 'she' is a lady at all?
For people to do that kind of thing, as Richard Dawkins would say, it takes religion. Funny that someone was allowed to take a photo of her (or rather her sister). Presumably it must be a female photographer or male relative, and photographs must not be viewed by or accessible to other males. If it's a commercial print, presumably the printing and any processing must be done by a female. Women can I assume work in Dubai. Oh, and the photo in the Telegraph story looks very badly chosen. It looks to me like a picture of an Indian Hindu woman, not an Arab Muslim at all.
Hi Carl,Yes, I am sure that is exactly what Richard Dawkins would say.I wondered about the photo of her sister too, although it is probably a mistake to try to apply logic to the situation.As for the photo in the Telegraph...
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