When saying “virgin” olive oil is a sin

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Published: 2017-10-16 16:39

Last Updated: 2017-10-18 15:40


When saying “virgin” olive oil is a sin
When saying “virgin” olive oil is a sin
Roya News Source

A Twitter user unwittingly started an ideological war after tweeting a photo of “extra virgin olive oil”

Her innocuous tweet went viral after an alleged Sheikh came after her on snapchat, warning her from using the word “virgin”.

The conversation started with “Salam sis”, meaning “peace be upon you” in Arabic, and ended with warnings about morality and the male perception of her olive oil tweet.

"You shouldn't send pictures like that because it contains words like 'virgin' and that makes a man think of actions that you may have committed," he wrote.

The alleged Sheikh added that he was only trying to offer an advice.

After screengrabbing the coversation and putting it on Twitter, social media users used sarcasm as a way to respond to the mentality of the man, which probably does not reflect anything but his madness.