"My name is Aamina and I am -"
"How do we know? You're wearing a niqāb."
"'Course I'm wearing a niqāb. It's Islamists Anonynmous innit?"
"But you're not a member."
"Yes I am - I paid my sub last week."
"But that was Aamina. You're not Aamina."
"Yes I am. I just said so. But anyway, why do we have to say who we are, if this is supposed to be Islamists Anonymous? Why can't I just say 'I am anonymous'?"
"Because we wouldn't know who you were. Especially if you wear a niqāb."
"Why do you want to know who I am, if we are supposed to be anonymous?"
"So that we know if you are a member or not."
"But I just told you, I am a member."
"And we just said, 'How do we know?'"
"Can I show you a photograph of myself?"
"How would that work? We wouldn't know if th photograph was of you or someone else."
"It has my name on the back: 'Aamina'. See?"
"But even if that is a photograph of Aamina, how do we know whether you look like the photograph?"
"Well, how do I know that you are Islamisists Anonymous?"
"We are wearing traditional dress so we must be Islamists, and we don't say who we are so we are anonymous, so we must be Islamists Anonymous."
"If we are all - me and you -anonymous, you don't need to know who I am - I am anonymous."
"But you just said that you were Aamina."
"That's because you asked me who I was."
"We needed to know if you were a member or not."
"Why didn't you just ask me if I was a member?
"Because you might say you were, even if you weren't"
"Why don't you have membership cards?"
"That wouldn't work. How would we know that it was your mebership card?"
"You could put the members' names on their membership cards."
"But if we did that, we wouldn't be anonymous."
(Meanwhile, during this exchange, Hell has completley frozen over and the intitial stages of preliminary talks about establishing a study group to examine the possibility of setting up a debate regarding Arab-Israeli peace treatise discussions are being tentatively considered.)