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Thu Aug 14 22:17:03 UTC 2014
Addendum: UD has a 2007 entry for "jihotti"
> A hot middle eastern woman
This changes the timeline, somewhat, but not by much.
On 8/14/2014 6:13 PM, Victor Steinbok wrote:
> I noticed in recent news the acquittal of a British-Morrocan 27-year
> old of charges of aiding terrorism. She made news a few months ago by
> rolling up and hiding 20000 euro "in her skivvies", as the tabloids
> reported it. The woman who gave her the cash was, on the other hand,
> Queue the Daily Mail.
>> A student accused of funding terrorism in Syria walked free from
>> court yesterday after she was cleared of trying to smuggle cash out
>> of the UK in her knickers.
>> University student Nawal Msaad, 27, was caught with £16,000 in euros
>> stuffed in her underwear at Heathrow as she attempted to board a
>> flight to Istanbul.
>> Miss Msaad, whose model looks have earned her the nickname ‘jihottie’
>> on social media sites, wept as she was cleared. The London
>> Metropolitan University human resources management undergraduate
>> appeared during the trial to be a most unlikely jihadi sympathiser.
> It's that last bit that got my attention. DM makes it sound as if
> "jihottie" is something new. But UD goes back to at least 2009 with
> the entry.
>> A term used to describe a smokin' hot, sexy muslim girl
> This appears to follow a more interesting list. From HotAir 05.03.08
> (joke in the comments)
>> STATE DEPARTMENT’S BANNED TERMS:
>> AL-QA’IDA: Sheik for brains.
>> ARABIC SUICIDE BOMBER: Camelkaze.
>> OSAMA BIN LADEN: Turban legend.
>> JIHAD: Heavenly fatah.
>> JIHOTTIES: Young Al-Qa’ida women.
>> Dr. Charles G. Waugh on May 3, 2008 at 1:47 PM
> But that's not all of it. From the RX Forum 12.23.05 (in header only):
> Jihad Jihottie? Osama's Niece Wants Acceptance
>> Osama bin Laden's niece, in an interview with GQ magazine in which
>> she appears scantily clad, says she has nothing in common with the
>> al-Qaida leader and simply wants acceptance by Americans.
>> "Everyone relates me to that man, and I have nothing to do with him,"
>> Wafah Dufour, the daughter of bin Laden's half brother, Yeslam
>> Binladin, says in the January edition of magazine, referring to the
>> Al-Qaida leader.
>> "I want to be accepted here, but I feel that everybody's judging me
>> and rejecting me," said the California-born Dufour, a law graduate
>> who lives in New York. "Come on, where's the American spirit? Accept
>> me. I want to be embraced, because my values are like yours. And I'm
>> here. I'm not hiding."
>> Dufour, who adopted her mother's maiden name after the Sept. 11, 2001
>> attacks that have been blamed on bin Laden, appears in several
>> provocative photos in the magazine.
> I'm not sure where the headline came from (not GQ, apparently).
> A bit over a year ago, the NY Post also used the headline, in
> reference to Tsarnaev:
> And does not appear to have been an isolated reference to Tsarnaev either.
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