PTH Editors Raza Rumi, Yasser Latif Hamdani and contributor Rafay Alam featured on “Muslims Wearing Things”

October 30, 2010 Rafay Alam (left, with popped collar) and Raza Rumi (right, in block print) hang out in a Muslim burger and ice cream joint with their Muslim shirts. In the background: very Muslim gory pop art on the walls.

Rafay Alam (left, with popped collar) and Raza Rumi (right, in block print) hang out in a Muslim burger and ice cream joint with their Muslim shirts. In the background: very Muslim gory pop art on the walls.

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October 25, 2010 Yasser Latif Hamdani sports a serious expression, in the middle of July.

Yasser Latif Hamdani sports a serious expression, in the middle of July.

http://muslimswearingthings.tumblr.com/post/1400100081/yasser-latif-hamdani-sports-a-serious-expression#notes

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13 responses to “PTH Editors Raza Rumi, Yasser Latif Hamdani and contributor Rafay Alam featured on “Muslims Wearing Things”

  1. Probyn

    I don’t know about Raza and Rafay…

    but the picture of YLH sure scared the crap out of me!!!!…

    freaking brilliant!😀

  2. Ranger

    All very good. But why does Hamdani look so constipated in his picture ? Trying to look like Jinnah or something ? Funny man. Remember reading a comment by him in some article here on how much better looking Pakistanis were compared to Indians. Delusional.

  3. amar

    Thank god that pakistanis are better looking than we indians. Otherwise they would have accused us of even spoiling their look-genes.

    But when I take a second and closer look at the pakistanis … hmm … their hate-filled, arrogant, “we-never-made-or-make-any-mistakes” upbringing oozes through like a gooey fluid down their foreheads.

  4. Hola

    Why are these Muslims apologetic about wearing the garb suggested in Holy Qur’an ?

  5. Tilsim

    Not just muslim but arab too. That particular joint in Lahore specialises in Infidel keb(o)bs. Note Raza’s sharp teeth and satisfied grin.

  6. Probyn

    @ Tilsim….

    I believe that Rafay’s popped collar is also very ‘sword like’ signifying death to the infidel….

    I can see how this scares the bajeezus out of any sane person…(reaching for my inhaler)

  7. Tilsim

    @ Probyn
    🙂

    Indeed, very much sword like. The saffron coloured collar is the latest example of muslim liberal taqqaya. They won’t fool anyone. Pah! Meat eaters – the lot of them.

  8. Probyn

    @ amar..

    ‘Otherwise they would have accused us of even spoiling their look-genes.’

    yes, I know. It was touch and go there for a while…

  9. Tilsim

    Given evolutionary pressures, even this remaining advantage cannot last long.

  10. Probyn

    @ Tilsim….

    you had to go and spoil it didn’t you???

  11. Probyn

    ‘look-genes’

    khee-khee-khee🙂

  12. Aman

    “Remember reading a comment by him in some article here on how much better looking Pakistanis were compared to Indians”

    But with whom they compare themselves? Maximum good looking Pakistanis are Punjabi, so it is natural that they should compare with our Punjabi, Haryanvis and Himachalis or even original Dilliwalas. These were the part of erstwhile undivided Punjab.

    Also if you want to compare others such as Sindhi then of course our Gujarati are their. Also they can compare UPwala and Bihari with persons who migrated from India.

    But don’t compare your superficial color with our South Indian brothers instead they’ve been gifted with unmatched brain and etiquette only comparable to western countries.

  13. Maestro

    Jeez. What’s with these Indians? Somehow the insecurity in them just jumps out at the mention of Pakistan and Pakistanis.

    I pity them.