The largest Muslims group in Britain are the aggressive jihad-addicted Sunni Muslims and they get their guidance from the extreme Wahhabi Islam in Saudi Arabia. Many hate preachers from Saudi Arabia has traveled to Britain over the years to give talk in mosques through England, and educational materials for Muslim children are provided from Saudi sources.
In 2012 Saudi Cleric Abdullah Daoud said that Muslim girls should wear the hijab from the age of two. Many clerics have argued that small children, even babies, are responsible for getting Muslim males aroused and must therefore ‘be modest’ and cover up. Both Shia and Sunni Muslims are legally permitted to sodomize children as young as one year of age according to Sharia, while Bahraini women’s rights activist Ghada Jamshir insist Sunni males are legally sodomizing small infants.
What exactly is the hijab? The hijab is not even mentioned in the Quran. The hijab is a creation by extremist and serve as a rape-protector. Women who do not wear the hijab, the reasoning goes, are free game to be assaulted or raped.
Welcome to Britain in 2014. England has now become the promoter and supporter of legalized Wahhabi of rape of children.
Soon to be found at local stores across the UK. Toddler too sexy to be free from the Islamic hijab – a rape-protector garb created by tribal Salafi extremist.
Saudi with his child bride. In modest garb to not entice a male.
Sharia law and legalized sodomy of infants.
John Lewis’s new line, hijabs to wear at school: Department store signs contract with schools in London and Liverpool to offer conservative Islamic clothing
- John Lewis is offering hijab in school uniform department for the first time
- Headdress is to be sold in the company’s stores in London and Liverpool
- Retailer signed contracts with two schools, including Islamia Girls’ School
- Hijab covers head and chest and is worn by Muslim women after puberty
Demand: John Lewis is offering the hijab (pictured) in its school uniform department for the first time
John Lewis is offering the hijab in its school uniform department for the first time.
The headdress is to be sold in the company’s stores in London and Liverpool after it signed contracts with two schools – one which was set up to educate Muslim girls and a second that welcomes pupils from all religious communities.
The hijab covers the head and chest and is worn by Muslim women after the onset of puberty as a sign of modesty in the presence of men who are outside their immediate family.
It is different from the niqab, which is a full face veil and has proved divisive in schools and public life, for example if wearers are giving evidence in court.
There has been controversy over whether it is right for girls attending state schools to wear religious dress rather than the standard uniform.
But the fact that a mainstream retailer is starting to stock the hijab alongside blazers and blouses is likely to be welcomed as a breakthrough by Muslim parents who have so far had to rely on specialist shops.
John Lewis has won the contract to supply uniforms to the Islamia Girls’ School in north-west London, which was established in 1983 by Yusuf Islam – known as the singer Cat Stevens until his conversion to Islam in 1977.
It is selling a white hijab for £9, alongside a teal blazer carrying the school badge, which costs £65, a long ankle-length grey skirt at £40, and other items.
John Lewis will also be supplying the hijab as part of the uniform for Belvedere Academy in Liverpool, which is a non-denominational girls’ school with pupils from a wide range of religious backgrounds.
Its two-piece hijabs are sold for £6 each in navy or black and are available alongside a formal uniform with £40 blazers carrying the school badge.
Retailer: The item, covering the head and chest, is to be sold in stores in London and Liverpool (file picture)
Belvedere, founded 130 years ago, was the first independent school in the country to become an academy in 2007. The comprehensive has been judged ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted.
John Lewis said it is simply responding to demand.
A spokesman for the department store said: ‘We provide uniforms for 350 schools across the country. The school informs us of the items they want us to sell as part of their uniform list.’
Last year, former Lib Dem Home Office minister Jeremy Browne, triggered controversy by calling for a debate on whether women should be banned from the wearing the veil in public places such as schools.
Agreement: John Lewis has won the contract to supply uniforms to the Islamia Girls’ School in north-west London, which was established in 1983 by Yusuf Islam. Above, pupils are seen at the school in Salusbury Road
He suggested Muslim girls were being pressurized into wearing the religious dress, saying: ‘We should be very cautious about imposing religious conformity on a society which has always valued freedom of expression.’
His comments were rejected by Mohammed Shafiq of the Ramadhan Foundation who said he was ‘disgusted’ by them, adding: ‘Whatever one’s religion they should be free to practise it according to their own choices.’