Farah El-Jayyousi feels unsafe.
No, not because she might lose her genitalia (if she hasn't already, of course; FGM is very popular in backwards African countries and Middle-Eastern cultures prone to hate-driven religious practices, e.g. the 50 Shades of Islam). I don't know Farah El-Jayyousi's history; I could care less, really.
Farah El-Jayyousi doesn't feel unsafe because she might be beheaded, or stoned, or have her hands cut off (unless she goes to, oh, say, Saudi Arabia or Syria or Iran or Iraq and runs afoul of an Imam or an Ayatollah for committing some small woman-offense, such as driving or walking without a male protector, or speaking out against a male Islamist she might cross).
Farah El-Jayyousi does live, for now, in the USA, and attends the University of Missouri, after all. That's privileged, ma'am. Nothing will happen to her there, at least not what happens to female Muslims worldwide.
Why does Farah El-Jayyousi feel 'unsafe' in America, in the USA? While living on the privileged and protected campus of the University of Minnesota?
Because they want to screen "American Sniper" in 'her' college theater.
|Chris Kyle's Awards and Decorations|
You know, American Sniper, that Oscar-Winning, highest-grossing film of 2015, so far. That film. The story of Navy Seal and American Hero Chris Kyle.
Because "American Sniper" Chris Kyle shot and killed at least 160 Muslims we were warring against, in Iraq, where they needed shooting and killing. To stop them from killing Americans, or from setting off IEDs that might harm or kill Americans, or fellow Iraquis. Farah El-Jayyousi feels 'unsafe' because of a movie.
Chris Kyle was highly decorated for doing his job, as you can see..
Farah El-Jayyousi feels 'unsafe' at the very mention of his name; certainly she can't abide having the story of his life being shown in her college's theater.
How many medals and accolades do you think she'll earn in her lifetime, I wonder ?
Not near as many as Ayaan Hirsi Ali has accumulated, I'll warrant.