The United States is allegedly home to approximately 3.3 million Muslims. Despite having such a small Muslim population, companies across the United States are making space in their business models to comply with Sharia law.
According to pamelageller.com:
In recent years, Nike introduced their “Pro Hijab” line, and Whole Foods started advertising halal meat. There has been increased funding for Islamic-based tech startups and companies who need Sharia financing for their businesses.
2017 brought us the Women’s March. Millions of Americans watched in horror as convicted Palestinian terrorist Rasmea Yousef Odeh, who is responsible for killing two Jewish students who were grocery shopping, and Linda Sarsour, an American-born Muslim who was married off in an arranged marriage at 17 and said about female genital mutilation (FGM) survivor/Muslim apostate Aysan Hirsi Ali that she “wishes to take away [Ayaan’s] vagina,” were touted as American feminist icons.
The march was supported by a number of American companies, including Burton Snowboards and Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream. Burton’s CEO Donna Carpenter went so far as to fund employee trips for those who wanted to attend the march.
Only a few short months later, we have the latest confused social justice warrior attempt to amalgamate the identity politics of girl power and Islam. Last month, Orly nail polish teamed up with blogger “Muslim Girl” to market a halal-friendly nail polish line for Ramadan. The idea arose because Muslims are usually unable to wear regular nail polish (regular for purposes of this article meaning what is on the American market) since it creates a barrier between the nails/skin and water, which prevents Muslims from washing their entire bodies, as is required for prayer ablutions, according to PopSugar. The Fatwa Center of America stated that Muslim women are traditionally only allowed to wear regular nail polish during their monthly period, since they don’t need to pray during those days. But fear not: the company that brought us the French Manicure created a beauty space in the American market that is compliant with Sharia law. The initial announcement of the line stated:
“This collaboration with ORLY is a major way that we are making space for diversity in the beauty industry. There’s no reason why options shouldn’t be available for all women to practice beauty in the way that suits them and satisfies their needs.
We’re not defined by mainstream industries, we’re redefining them”
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