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Mother in burka

Thanks to the Snuggie burka, the sun won't damage this Afgan mother's skin.

The burka is a style of dress popular among Muslims. They are designed to protect Muslimas from harmful UV rays emitted by the sun, which Arab skin is curiously much more sensitive to than the typical American female's skin. The burka was first coined around 620 AD by local fashion guru Muhammed whilst seeking a solution for his wives' frequent sunburns. It was later featured in his extremely popular book, Al-Quran, and it became the required dress for women under the religion he later founded. The fashion spread with Muhammed's armies to Mesopotamia, Persia, and Africa, and has lately become popular all over the world among his more religious followers.

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