posted on Sep, 16 2016 @ 11:22 AM
The hajab is an ethnic fashion and if you are of that ethnicity it would probably suit you fine, but pushing the idea that an ethnic headdress is
fashionable, let's see it on the Paris runways first. My grandmother and great grandmother were both Czech and wore a babushka on occasion (great
grandmother more so) but I don't see anyone claiming that is fashionable. I would suspect it is because eastern Europeans are not taking over western
Europe and trying to enforce their beliefs on the people there.
Knowing how people are ridiculed for being trans-racial, as in white people altering their appearance to look black, I wouldn't think that would go
down too well with people of middle eastern decent, not sure really. I may be wrong, but it seems this is an attempt to pacify the hard core Muslims
that take offense to western women's fashion. It seems to me to be just another step intended to Islamify the west and get them to fit in with the
growing Muslim population in Europe and their customs. It seems like an easy way out by giving in to it and not living a western lifestyle thus
causing a slow death to to that way of life.