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VIDEO: Pennsylvania moms create Barbie hijab accessory to ‘raise a kinder generation’

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In one high-density Muslim enclave in Sweden, a sticker recently appeared in a public place, reading, “Women who don’t wear a headscarf are asking to be raped.” Is that really an attitude we want to give the slightest opening to here?

A Barbie-compatible hijab called “Hello Hijab” was presented by the co-founders of the For Good project, Gisele Fetterman and Christine Michaels, in Braddock, Pennsylvania on Tuesday. These women say this project will help raise a “kinder generation.” Perhaps they are confusing kindness with submission, subjugation and inferiority. Docile and obedient.

Hello hijab, goodbye freedom.

The idea that misogynistic Islamic garb would raise a “kinder generation” of girls is patently absurd. The Islamic head covering is an icon of feminine shame. The silly women who created this “accessory” say there is a need for a project like this for education. People “aren’t familiar with so much of it.” Indeed, education is desperately needed, as evidenced by these women’s ignorance. The hijab is a garment of suppression and oppression of women all over the world.

The hijab, the niqab and the burqa are the symbols of Islamic misogyny and manifestations of a culture that considers violence against women acceptable — the quran even says to beat women from whom a man may “fear disobedience” (4:34).

A teacher in a British public school said “not wearing a hijab would effectively turn all Muslim women into whores.”

Are these little girls taught that there are Muslim girls in the West and in the world who don’t want to wear hijab, and they are beaten, tortured and killed? Rifqa Bary, Amina Said, Sarah Said, Jessica Mokdad, Noor Almaleki, Aqsa Parvez can tell you about that — except with the exception of Rifqa Bary, those girls were honor murdered for their desire to live free.

Barbara Kay said:

I am very disturbed by a growing phenomenon in the west I would describe as hijab reverence – what seems to me a partly well-organized, a partly jump-on-the-bandwagon campaign among our left-wing cultural elites.

There is nothing wonderful or charming or woman-friendly about the hijab. We are told that women who wear the hijab have chosen it freely. But what free woman would have invented or embraced such an apparatus?

The hijab is not prescribed by Islam, as countless Islamic scholars have told us. It is a cultural custom invented by men in the most patriarchal regions of the planet. In its modern incarnation, it is often a political tool signaling anti-western sentiment.

It must be tolerated, obviously, but it is certainly nothing to be praised or encouraged at the official level in a free country.

In one high-density Muslim enclave in Sweden, a sticker recently appeared in a public place, reading, “Women who don’t wear a headscarf are asking to be raped.” Is that really an attitude we want to give the slightest opening to here?

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