|The Muslin holy book|
Having been a miltant atheist since childhood, I am thinking of joining the Muslin faith. Muslin followers are guided by the good book "Muslin" written by the prophet Memshaib Sonia Ashmore. It originated in the area of eastern India now known as Bangladesh and came to Europe in the seventeeth century. Magically, Muslin takes many forms and has proved invaluable in a range of human activities - from culinary matters to dress-making and from the theatre to sailing and medicine. As Memsahib Sonia said in the holy book, "A life without muslin is a life half lived".
|Marie Antoinette in muslin|
Followers of the Muslin faith must of course dress in muslin clothing which can cause raised eyebrows in the commercial palaces of the infidel. It is a little known fact that our lady the pious Marie Antoinette observed the Muslin faith very keenly and in her iconic portrait by Le Brun (1783), she is of course dressed in the finest muslin. Back in the ninth century, Arab merchant Sulaiman first described the wondrous muslin he encountered in Bengal prophesying that one day the power of the Muslin would encircle the globe - "We can maketh money from this".
Recently many followers of the Muslin faith have been shocked by YouTube videos that mock believers in muslin, suggesting that it is inferior to artificial fabrics like rayon and nylon. Fabric shops around the world have been ransacked and passers by have been stripped of their non-muslin attire. That sounds like fun to me which is one of the reasons I am thinking of ditching my deeply ingrained atheism to join the Muslin Brotherhood.