Bummer, I’m a day late with this one.
The air heads in the so-called “Woman’s movement, would willingly and dutifully comply if they could have worn their “Pussy hats as well.”
Clearly those who participated in the woman’s march on Washington with their cute pink hats would be equally clueless about the plight of Muslim Women.
The reader must remember those who participated in the above march, had no clue what they were protesting, they were told to protest the agenda of Donald Trump, and they did so, to no avail.
If they had taken the time to read Trump’s executive order on temporarily banning immigration from selected Middle Eastern countries they would have noted that the ban called for keeping out men who practiced Sharia and those who harmed their wives and daughters, think torture and mercy killings.
Trumps vetting policy (Source)
“What is the hijab? Non-Muslim women asked to wear the hijab for World Hijab Day TODAY,” by Alice Foster, Express, February 1, 2017:
WOMEN of all faiths around the world are being asked to wear the hijab in solidarity with Muslim women on World Hijab Day today….
The organizers of World Hijab Day (WHD) are asking women of all faiths to wear a hijab in solidarity with Muslim women on February 1.
New Yorker Nazma Khan started the global movement five years ago by asking women around the world to wear the hijab for the day in 2013.
Ms Khan said: “I thought If I could invite women of all faiths – Muslim and non-Muslim – to walk in my shoes just for one day, perhaps things would change.”
This year women are being asked to post a photo of themselves wearing a headscarf on social media using the hashtag #iStand4Hijab.
The organisers say: “The overall mission of WHD is to create a more peaceful world where global citizens respect each other.
“Particularly, WHD focuses on fighting bigotry, discrimination, and prejudice against Muslim women.
“This is most crucial in these times where Hijab is being banned in some countries while in other countries, Muslim women are being targeted and harassed verbally and physically.”
See the entire article below.