Do you have a daughter or granddaughter who loves Barbie?
Would you like to buy her a new accessory for her favorite All-American fashion doll?
How about a hijab to cover her long synthetic hair?
Coming April 1, from the American steel town of Pittsburgh PA, is “Hello Hijab,” a project of three moms who think it’s their calling to
indoctrinate teach children to “familiarize themselves with people that may look different than them.”
From the “For Good” website:
Hello Hijab believes that while we may look different and have different beliefs, our similarities far outweigh our differences. We strive for a world where we all live and love together.
Hello Hijab is made in Pittsburgh, with love. 100% of proceeds support organizations that protect and honor our multicultural communities.
Created with love? And I suppose the Islamist attacks in London, Brussels, Paris, Germany, San Bernardino, Ft. Hood, and Orlando, were created with love, too. And 9/11 — what a massive outpouring of jihadi goodwill!
I’m waiting for these starry-eyed naifs to introduce a line of doll accessories like crucifixes so they can teach little Muslim refugees to respect my faith. Or perhaps a yarmulke for a Ken doll so they can learn that Jews are not “descendants of apes and pigs.”
Sorry. Those don’t appear in the product line.