December 09, 2017

Mattel’s “Hijab Barbie” ignores “dark side” of Islamic modesty clothing

David MenziesMission Specialist

The mighty Mattel toy company is embracing diversity, inclusion and feminism all rolled into one by releasing a hijab-clad Barbie doll, just in time for Christmas.

Hijab-Barbie is based on U.S. elite fencer Ibtihaj Muhammad who donned a hijab at the last Olympic Games.

Mattel holds her up as an inspiration for little girls, which is odd since she seldom misses an opportunity to bash America, primarily for what she considers to be anti-Muslim sentiment in the U.S..

But because it’s 2017, diversity is the name of the game so Mattel’s going in a bold new direction — not with body-size diversity but with Islamic headwear.

The usual idiots quickly approved the move, including Philosopher-Queen Miley Cyrus but does she know what she’s signing up for? After all, in a fundamentalist Islamic regime, she couldn’t embrace her sexuality the way she does.

AlJazeera is giving hijab Barbie the thumbs-down saying in part, this “tokenistic inclusion” does more harm than good.

But who’s talking about the dark side of Islamic modesty clothing?

Is this really the sort of “diversity” the likes of Miley Cyrus are clamouring for?

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commented 2017-12-11 12:47:26 -0500
LMAO @ Andy
One too many times now you respond in similar vein though under a different moniker. Give it a rest, you aren’t fooling anyone and no one believes you, but hey nice try once again. Thanks for the laughs, you provide great amusement.
commented 2017-12-11 10:56:05 -0500
Hyacinth commented 16 hours ago
LMAO, thanks troll for the laugh, you have proven it yet again for you deny greatly, too bad we can’t post your IP Address, it would match several other monikers on this site. "

If believing that makes you happy, I won’t stop you. I’m not sure why you would, but hey, sometimes challenging concepts like there being more than one leftist on the internet demand the safe space that vague-hunch-as-proof provides.
commented 2017-12-11 00:53:12 -0500
You know what , i a am glad Sharia is coming , just to see people like Andrew get a dose of reality. It wil be worth it.
commented 2017-12-11 00:52:29 -0500
Andrew Stephenson next AL Quds rally , go ask women to take them off, see how many will do it.
commented 2017-12-11 00:51:46 -0500
Andrew they only have to take them off for certain things moron, just like everyone else. And many do not have a choice no matter what you say.
commented 2017-12-10 19:16:16 -0500
LMAO, thanks troll for the laugh, you have proven it yet again for you deny greatly, too bad we can’t post your IP Address, it would match several other monikers on this site.
commented 2017-12-10 18:21:33 -0500
“Hyacinth commented 38 mins ago
Andrew Stephenson you are so full it, but that is not a shocker considering that you have several aliases/monikers, you either are paid to constantly troll this site or you are just one sick SOB. "

Let’s analyze this post.
- I’m full of it? Apparently, not so full of it that you can actually attempt to refute anything I wrote topically.
— I have several aliases? News to me. No, I’ve been using this moniker, and this one alone, for years. You may confuse me with others, possibly based upon left wing beliefs. I know this may be a difficult concept, but there is more than one left-winger on the internet and given the dramatic stylistic differences, not illogical for us to actually be different people.
- I can be paid or I’m sick? I’m not paid (who do you suggest pays for it, and who do I contact?) so I guess I must be “sick”. Given how casually the Right tosses vague well-poisoning around for things they find unconfortable, I’m not sure it’s actually a perjorative the way you’ve used it. In fact, I wonder if I should be flattered that you find my opinion threatening enough to resort to such a strategy.
commented 2017-12-10 17:36:08 -0500
Andrew Stephenson you are so full it, but that is not a shocker considering that you have several aliases/monikers, you either are paid to constantly troll this site or you are just one sick SOB.
commented 2017-12-10 15:33:13 -0500
“Drew Wakariuk commented 13 hours ago
Andrew they do not have a choice, what part of that do you not get? Just because you have a choice(for now anyway) does not mean they do. You know that for a fact so quit being a useful idiot. "

Yes, they do have a choice, and many do indeed wear them voluntarily. The same way I might wear a hat, or my grandma wears her babushka

Do you feel forcing them to not wear hijabs is somehow more reasonable than forcing them to wear one? Or, perhaps we live in a free country where one can choose to wear one, or not wear one? Their reasoning for doing so is not really relevant to this, it’s needlessly meddlesome and as you’ve demonstrated, prone to misconception. We live in a free society, where one is free to dress as they wish, without third parties trying to judge their motives for doing so.
commented 2017-12-10 14:29:52 -0500
Aman which slave market did you purchase your daughter at?
commented 2017-12-10 09:37:32 -0500
)ne can only guess how many fingers a real ‘Hijab Barbie’ would lose or how long the stoning would last if she turned up in downtown muslimville with her face exposed and covered with makeup like that.
commented 2017-12-10 07:22:52 -0500
Where’s the dhimi doll? That’s the one we’re waiting for.
Andrew you can be Aman’s roof frisbie.
commented 2017-12-10 06:37:48 -0500
Crawl back under your female hating rock Aman Dahuginkiss you troll. Heaven help society since you allegedly reproduced.
commented 2017-12-10 02:50:21 -0500
Andrew they do not have a choice, what part of that do you not get? Just because you have a choice(for now anyway) does not mean they do. You know that for a fact so quit being a useful idiot.
commented 2017-12-10 01:31:06 -0500
Boycott all Mattel products period.
commented 2017-12-09 17:40:26 -0500
@ Brian Smith commented 1 hour ago
Bravo Zulu, the Shiite you have seen must keep you awake at night, because reading about it is beyond creepy. Thank you for your service and the courage to speak the truth. Always look for and enjoy your comments. Cheers
______________________________

I will admit that it does at times wake me up.

I also have been driving down the road alone and had some “pull over” memories.

Without a strong family backing I would have been a statistic a long time ago.

Be safe and Merry Christmas from my house to yours.
commented 2017-12-09 16:17:17 -0500
Bravo Zulu, the Shiite you have seen must keep you awake at night, because reading about it is beyond creepy. Thank you for your service and the courage to speak the truth. Always look for and enjoy your comments. Cheers
commented 2017-12-09 16:14:48 -0500
Next will be a Ken doll clad with body belt explosives complete with a pull string.

Sure, just keep ramming Islam cult down our throats.

Satan.
commented 2017-12-09 15:25:49 -0500
“If I want to wear a headscarf shouldn’t that be my choice? "
Sure, go ahead. We knew you’d come out sooner or later, Andrew.
commented 2017-12-09 14:36:47 -0500
Since 9/11 – IN THE NAME OF ISLAM (SATAN): 34,468 Attacks, 224,079 Killed, 303,563 Injured that we know of.
commented 2017-12-09 14:35:38 -0500
If I want to wear a headscarf shouldn’t that be my choice?
commented 2017-12-09 14:06:22 -0500
“AlJazeera is giving hijab Barbie the thumbs-down saying in part, this “tokenistic inclusion” does more harm than good…..”

Here, let me finish that sentence for ya…..

“….because the doll has not undergone FGM.”"
commented 2017-12-09 13:50:27 -0500
DEBORAH GRAUPNER,
Was that a rhetorical question? Because all the information is publicly available with the click of a mouse (as is the same information on the small handful of directors of boards of the corporate media ownership, who actually control the editorial content thereof).

http://corporate.mattel.com/about-us/bios.aspx

Which turns out to be kind of interesting in itself…
commented 2017-12-09 13:39:24 -0500
@Billy Howard commented 5 mins ago
I wonder if Mattel will introduce a “bacha bazi” boy (that bends at the waist) as an accessory for Ken. Diversity, equality and all that, eh.
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Interesting comment.

I have a pic of a bacha bazi that was sent to Dubai to have all male genitalia removed and breast implants.

The last time I saw him he was in a military medical facility. All beat to hell. We rescued him out of a place in Logar Province. He was owned by a wealthy islamic who liked having sex with little boys.

The average feminist also supports the rape, torture and abuse of little boys.

Thanks for reminding me – Canadians are so arrogant, entitled, spoiled and smug – they have no idea what the fagboy islamic prime minister is turning Canada in to.
commented 2017-12-09 13:29:37 -0500
I wonder if Mattel will introduce a “bacha bazi” boy (that bends at the waist) as an accessory for Ken. Diversity, equality and all that, eh.
commented 2017-12-09 13:17:19 -0500
Darn. Now I’ll have to send Iqra Khalid a Barbie for under the Holiday Tree . She and Climate Barbie can play dolls together because I already sent Barbie her doll.
commented 2017-12-09 12:44:07 -0500
…courtesy of Honour Killer Ken.
commented 2017-12-09 12:41:24 -0500
Niqab and Burka Barbie will be introduced next year… will Mattel remember to give her black eyes and a broken nose?
commented 2017-12-09 12:20:49 -0500
Mattel supports islam which in turn is supported by feminists including male feminists – and as a result – all support the following:

1. Marital rape.
2. Wife beating
3. Killing of homosexuals
4. So called “honour” killings
5. FGM
6. Selling of girl children into marriage with old guys
7. Keeping the woman housebound as in prison
8. Forcing women to wear what they are told or get a beating
9. Torture and killing of female prisoners of war
10. Slavery of women who are not islamic
11. Buying and selling of women for sexual use
And more……………….much more………

Anyone buying from Mattel is an absolute idiot and traitor.
commented 2017-12-09 12:13:35 -0500
Hey David, maybe next year Mattel will present an “acid attack Barbie” for all the little girls out there. This campaign is directed at non-Muslim girls. I won’t be buying anything from Mattel, hopefully they’ll run for the cover bankruptcy when their business falters because of this move. Though I highly susupect they are being compensated for targeting our little girls for their Islamic masters. David, whose on the board of directors at Mattel?