Slaves and slaves-to-be celebrate slavery in London while in Iran, women risk years of imprisonment to fight for freedom.
London Modest Fashion Week will “celebrate” Britain’s growing sharia-compliant fashion industry — less than two weeks after women living under Islamic fundamentalist regimes risked imprisonment when they burnt their hijabs on No Hijab Day.
Described as an “exciting addition to the London fashion calendar” and “a celebration of style and global cultures”, London Modest Fashion Week will showcase “modest style” lines on the catwalk this weekend.
The show will also put on a sharia legal clinic and zakat (religious tax) hub at the Victoria House, Bloomsbury Square, venue.
“One in three people by 2030 will be a Muslim in the world — that’s a huge population.”
Last year’s inaugural show was sponsored by the makeup brand Illamasqua which promised would “never knowingly sell” their products to supporters of U.S. President Donald J. Trump. This year, it is sponsored by the major American haircare brand TRESammé.
Labelling sharia-compliant clothing “modest” begs the question whether women who do not comply with Islamic fundamentalist rules — and are ‘insufficiently’ covered — are deemed “immodest”.Less than two weeks ago, social media was dominated by pictures and videos of women in Middle Eastern countries with strict legal dress codes burning their Islamic headscarves, or hijabs, accompanied by the hashtag #NoHijabDay.
Promotional video from 2017’s London Modest Fashion Week
The protests were in support of Iranian women demonstrating against the legally mandated headscarf that has been part of the Islamic Republic’s dress code since the country’s Islamic fundamentalist revolution in 1979.
Breitbart London revealed that the British government was promoting the “liberation” of the Islamic veil by encouraging Foreign and Commonwealth Office staff to wear the garment, issuing free hijabs on World Hijab Day (February 1st)….