Women in Missionary Positions Living in Islamic Countries Warned of Dangers

by on 04/07/14 at 5:28 am

Baptist volunteer Clara Boggs expressed her appreciation for the warning issued by the US embasssy and promised the senior staffers a 'real good woodie' before she leaves for her next posting in Nairobi

Baptist missionary volunteer Clara Boggs expressed her appreciation for the warning issued by the US embasssy and promised senior staffers a ‘real good woodie’ before she leaves for her next posting in Nairobi where missionary positions are favored.

Cairo, Egypt – (SatireWorld.com)

The U.S. Embassy in Cairo has issued a warning for American females taking traditional missionary positions while serving in the middle east, saying they could be targets for terrorists. “The Embassy has credible information suggesting terrorist interest in targeting U.S. females in Egypt and in Syria,” a message posted on the embassy’s website gave the advisory after several attacks.

The embassy advised all U.S. citizens in Egypt to maintain valid travel documents and to “exercise vigilance, taking necessary precautions to maintain their personal security.”

Embassy officials sent emails to all female American nationals living in middle east capitols in hopes of making them aware of a growing threat that could happen to them while assuming a traditional missionary position. “We don’t want them surprised at a tender and vulnerable moment, says embassy spokesman Richard Ellis who said own his wife switched from her missionary position to one where she could have a better view of her immediate surroundings.

It comes after another travel warning in August warned Americans to take precautions in travel to Iraq and other countries with an insurgency problem, “particularly and strongly discouraging” overland travel from Israel to the Sinai through areas controlled by Islamic extremists.

Several senior advisors with the organization ‘Women for a Better Egypt’ says if they’re attacked they’ll just turn their backs on the terrorists.



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