The Perils of Rebel Fashion Marketing

Hey, it's tough to dress in rebel style these days. The black and white scarves ala Arafat have been popular, but now that Hamas is in power, what do you wear? This is the question raised by Frida Ghitis:

You could try the red shirts of Venezuela's Hugo Chavez, or the everyman jacket of Iran's Ahmadinejad. But, when the wind is blowing in Amsterdam, you need more, and an Arafat kaffiyeh runs the risk of confusing your public. Does black and white mean you don't support Hamas? And if you don't support Hamas, does that mean you have forsaken the Palestinian cause? It's so tough being a rebel!

Ah, the perils of associating your fashion marketing with terrorists.