This is one of the meanings of Thanksgiving, the parable of the pilgrims.A strong and vibrant nation is rooted in family values.Why would we want to "transmit the values" represented by the hijab?The garment is first and foremost an invention of male Muslims who want to keep their wives and daughters slaves.It appears the cult has been attracting Russian converts by holding conferences in nearby holiday destinations, like the Ukraine and Turkey.Russia has pronounced Aum Shinrikyo an illegal terrorist group, but prosecutors estimate there could be as many as 30,000 adherents in the country.In January 2016, Mattel completely redid its line of Barbies, adding 23 new dolls of every shape, size, and hue. Mattel has brought out a "modestly dressed" Muslim doll, presumably targeting not only Muslim parents, but also those guilty white moms and dads who want to show their daughters (and these days, sons) how to be tolerant of all people's beliefs.The campaign was a smashing success and was credited with bringing Barbie back from near oblivion. Of course, if the neighbors see the kid playing with Hijab Barbie, all the better.
Just about everything out there is culturally insensitive in some way – or worse, advances the patriarchal hierarchy. may have found a solution for harried parents who are so worried about bad influences on their children.Parents then can engage in a little virtue-signaling, proving how much better they are than everyone else.Some conservatives have criticized Mattel for hijab Barbie. One obvious market for the doll is the liberal, non-Muslim parent who wants to make a statement to the world about tolerance and intersectionality.Yes, it is obviously a nod to political correctness and a transparent attempt to keep the Barbie franchise edgy. This is the kind of person who dresses a baby boy in pink to trap the unwary into an uncomfortable/sanctimonious discussion about gender roles.Muslim modesty is in, both as a fashion and political statement. These parents will have a special glow of virtue about them in the checkout line.
It also represents a strict interpretation of sharia law, that is anti-democratic, anti-Western, and anti-human.