According to retailer giant Macy’s, the annual New York City Thanksgiving Day Parade was put on hold today by a New York court after an injunction was granted. The Taliban of Afghanistan protested the parade after its application to march was denied by the retailer.
The Taliban Islamic extremists have also filed their own countersuit stating their ‘right to march’ just as any other religious or political group. The court stated the unfair and prejudiced actions by the extremist organization ‘made it a hate group’ and was not protected by equal rights legislation recently enacted and reviewed by the Supreme Court.
The Taliban had planned to march down New York City’s Broadway wearing their finest tribal black attire carrying their AK-47 assault rifles while holding banners proclaiming ‘Death to America’ and ‘Down with Zionists!’
NYPD Asst Chief, Murray Steinburg, claimed he couldn’t guarantee their safety if they marched, especially in a city that has the highest Jewish population, second only to Israel. Steinberg added, “Besides, these creeps look like bums. Our homeless people look better!”
Several influential fashion designers offered to help the beleaguered Taliban with their fashion emergency and have created several new wearable statements that would give them a more modern and hip look, yet instill some self-confidence in themselves.
Oscar de Laurentis unveiled a nifty plaid, two-piece jump suit with hidden ammo pockets, and matching set of desert cammo clogs.
Calvin Klein’s offering of a mock-Scottish kilt looked daring in its tartan clan designs. It sported a swirling two-tone cape complete with the Ayatollah’s image in hand-stitching!
Bill Blass’ creation of a yellow madras business ensemble consisting of a three-button suit, wide lapels, and flare bottom trousers punched up the look with a daring color statement. His innovative matching RPG carrying bag was highlighted by various anti-American slogans emblazoned into the design!
Taliban leaders have given a ‘no comment’ to all reporters, demanding all men who attend the parade wear beards.