"Muhajababes" is the term BBC producer Allegra Stratton coins to refer to "The veiled but sexily dressed young women filling the streets of the Middle East."This is also the title of the book she wrote about travelling in the Middle East and talking to young people there.
According to The Daily Star reviewer, the book concludes that "Arab youths, the largest sector of the population, are having their own revolution. They smoke, wear tight jeans, drive too fast and talk about sex, all the while maintaining the appearance of being "good" Muslims by encircling their heavily made-up faces with scarves."
Notice how easily the so called "Muhajababes" become representatives of "Arab youths" in general. What happened to the male part of "Arab youths"? How do they "maintain the appearance of being 'good Muslims?'"
And what about the burkini? Shouldn't owning the five-piece swim suit be mandatory for every "Muhajababe" ?
Also according to the above defintion, if you are a non-smoker, and your jeans are broken into, and you drive fast but not too fast, and you have sex instead of talking about it, and you don't veil, you Do Not qualify as a revolutinary.
Now, I'm depressed.