Pennsylvania – The Philly Enquirer has reported that last month 42-year old Fatmata Sillah joined other women of Islamic faith in deciding, for another night, that terror was just not for them. Instead they joined women of Jewish faith as part of their local chapter of Sisterhood of Salaam Shalom – the Muslim Brotherhood’s more Jewish and more culinary non-equivalent.
The women come together to celebrate interfaith community by cooking meals for the needy and homeless. Terror, of course, was not on the menu – though neither was terroir, as wine is prohibited in Islam. Terrine, however, cannot be categorically ruled out at the time of reporting
Terror, of course, was not on the menu – though neither was terroir, as wine is prohibited in Islam.
As it turns out, neither can biological warfare. It what may have been a close brush with the five-second rule, Fatmata, a nurse with close proximity to healthcare channels, scooped up a slippery piece of lasagna that had fallen to the floor. Instead of disposing of the piece, Fatmata instead rinsed it for later use. Suspicious.
While the women claim cooking and community are core to this sisterhood in which no pants seem to travel, authorities should be further alerted to the vegetarian nature of the meal cooked. Other famous vegetarians include Adolf Hitler.
This story is based on the reporting of Samantha Melamed for the Philly Enquirer.