'Traditionally Submissive' Muslim Women Rebut David Cameron's Comments
After the British PM blamed young men's radicalization on "traditional submissiveness of Muslim women," women started a social media campaign.
Now, Muslim women are responding to Cameron's comments with #TraditionallySubmissive.
Here are a few #TraditionallySubmissive women:
"Hi @David_Cameron, here's me graduating as a #TraditionallySubmissive Muslim woman." (@RuwaydaMustafah)
"Hey look! Here's me on @BBCRadio4 voicing my own opinion. By myself. On my own. In English #TraditionallySubmissive" (@loveinheadscarf)
"Graduation Day, at the LSE. #TraditionallySubmissive" (@sundaycircles)
"@david_cameron #TraditionallySubmissive Why don't u get to know us before u feel u have the right to comment on us" (@FufV22)
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