The US has an islamic sorrority
An Islamic sorrority in the US. It's finally here. Joy to the world. Or something. America's first Islamic sorority is more about God than being Greek. There will be no beer at Gamma Gamma Chi functions, in obedience to Islamic law, nor will there be group fraternizing with the opposite sex. "Partying is allowed in Islam, but it's how you party," said Althia Collins, an Alexandria businesswoman who has helped create it. "You can have fun with girls and it doesn't have to include men." Oh Boy! Ok. I blame all the dirty inuendos in that statement on my sick preverted dirty mind. Yes, it's my fault. It must be. The story gets better though: Along with pledges, there will be prayer to Allah. Instead of hazing, there's hijab, the scarf some devout Muslim women wear. Covering one's hair is not mandated within Gamma Gamma Chi; in fact, four out of the five board members do not wear one. They sound like a fun bunch huh? Hey man, the US is a free country, so all power to them. I just can't wait to see how the FBI may react to an Islamic fraternity though, you know?