Islamic indoctrination 101
Any normal person should fear and loathe it, it’s a symbol of hate, not love.
This is how the Muslim Brotherhood makes its inroads into society, playing on the heartstrings of the doughy headed Left, using our own system of tolerance against us, they make us seem unreasonable, while they enforce their over-the-top norms on females and the rest of society. Enforcement of the sharia.
A word from Bill Warner on the hijab:
Finnish Muslimahs come together to raise hijab awareness
A group of ambitious young women started Hijabiksi, a youth project to reduce societal fears surrounding the hijab. By Kochar Mahmoodi.
We call ourselves Northern Hijabees and we are originally from all corners of the world, which enrich us as human beings and also the project. There are 24 of us – between the ages of 15 and 29 years – working on this project, and we come from different backgrounds: Somalian, Kurdish, Iraqi, Turkish, Palestinian and Albanian, just to name few. There are two native Finnish girls in our group, and only a few of us were born in Finland, while the rest of us moved here when we were little. Most of us go to school and some of us work.
Some of us wear hijab and some do not, but we all share the same love for Allah. We have had both happy and tearful moments, and these have made us stronger and closer as friends and as sisters in Islam.
For many years, we have been active in various activities. We organise sports events, iftars and movie nights; we go camping and have regular weekly dars, or Islamic lessons. And these are some serious but funny questions that people have asked us:
1. Do you sleep with your hijab on?
2. Do you take showers with your hijab on?
3. Can you smile while wearing hijab?
4. Are you Arab, because of that hijab?
5. Are you covering your bald head with your hijab?
6. Can you hear me when I’m talking?
We wondered, “Why is the place we grew up in so discriminatory against foreigners and especially against Muslim women wearing hijab?” Even with more and more native Finnish people who convert to Islam and wear the hijab, they also experience this discrimination. Why do many non-Muslims think that the hijab issue is taboo or that it violates women’s rights? We want to be able to have conversations with non-Muslims about this. We want to do something about it; to speak our mind and be heard.