Where’s Vogue’s coverage of this? Where is the march for women living under the boot of sharia?
Feminists and women’s fashion magazines continue to pay tribute to this most vicious ideology. The garb of oppression has become the new symbol of the Western feminist movement. It’s analogous to the swastika becoming the icon of Jewish identity.
When is Anna Wintour, the long time editor of the world’s largest Fashion magazine, going to address this issue — the gravest threat to women worldwide? That old gray mare has got to go.
The cover-up by the government is as egregious as the murder itself.
VOGUE COVER MODEL WAS MURDERED BY EXTREMISTS FOR NOT WEARING ISLAMIC CLOTHING, HER FAMILY CLAIMS AFTER AUTOPSY RULED SHE COMMITTED SUICIDE IN HER DORM ROOM IN BANGLADESH
- Raudha Athif, 21, was a student at the Islami Bank Medical College in Bangladesh
- Her body was recovered by police at around midday on Wednesday last week
- Bangladeshi autopsy report ruled the Vogue cover model had taken her own life
- But her family says she was murdered by extremists for her ‘immodest’ clothes
A Vogue cover model found dead in her dorm room in Bangladesh was murdered by extremists for not wearing Islamic clothing and did not kill herself, her family have claimed.
Raudha Athif, 21, a second-year student at Islami Bank Medical College in Rajshahi city, who once received praise from the president of her native Maldives for her striking appearance, was reportedly found hanged last week.
An autopsy report carried out in Bangladesh ruled her death as suicide before her burial on Saturday.
But her brother has since insisted that Raudha, who was Muslim, was murdered and that her death was made to look like a suicide.