Do you know what March 27th was?
Muslim Women’s Day! Yay!
We already had International Women’s Day on March 8th, where all kinds of feminist degenerates and deviants took to the streets in Turkey, Malaysia, Pakistan, and elsewhere to shout down the adhan, promote LGBT, act lewdly, declare themselves sluts, and blaspheme against Islam, and much more, all in the name of “women’s liberation.”
And of course, there was the original Women’s March throughout the US back in January, promoted in the Muslim community by Linda Sarsour and her obedient gaggle of imams and former-Muslim-rights organizations.
So far in 2019, we’re averaging one holiday, protest, or march per month dedicated to feminists, white knights, and homosexuals celebrating themselves for how unfathomably amazing they are.
If these events were merely about feminist and gay self-involvement, that would be one thing. But unfortunately, that’s not the whole agenda. The most prominent component of these marches and fake holidays is shouting down traditional religion and everything it entails in terms of gender roles, modesty, sexual propriety, etc.
Take “Muslim Women’s Day.” The whole thing is a social media campaign invented by MuslimGirl.com in 2017. Imagine the audacity of inventing a holiday on behalf of all Muslim women and then using your non-Muslim institutional connections to center your organization in midst of the media attention. It’s quite brilliant PR, actually.
Now, if you are not familiar with what MuslimGirl is about, here is a sampling of their articles:
Yes, Allah did give us such a definition of unlawful sex. It’s in the Quran. But MuslimGirl is not really interested in such details in this shocking zina-promoting article. (btw, what is the cantaloupe picture all about?)
This is an article promoting a self-described bisexual trans woman, i.e., a cross-dressing man. He is also on the board of one infamous Muslim activist group, HEART.
Let’s be loud and proud of sodomy and other deviance this Ramadan.
Don’t you dare judge her!
Surprisingly, this article doesn’t promote casual sex despite the title. But MuslimGirl makes sure to include the prominent disclaimer, making sure that readers know that not everyone at MuslimGirl is anti causal sex.
Testing the gag reflex is a common theme at MuslimGirl.
According to “true Islam,” sodomites are the only imams worth following.
Deviants need to have their own sect.
Stupidity and shirk wrapped into one.
Finally, MuslimGirl providing a generous “rainbow crescent” scholarship to promote fahisha among Muslim youth.
Trust me, this is but a small sample of the kind of filth these people are pushing onto the community and impressionable young Muslims.
MuslimGirl takes all the worst aspects of modern Western degeneracy, mixes in a little kufr, applies garish makeup, then slaps a sheer scarf on it. And then they’re pushed onto the Muslim community as a hip, fashionable, empowered outlet “providing Muslims a voice.”
By the way, have you noticed that the ones who are the most concerned about “having a voice” and “taking back the narrative” are also the ones who are the least representative of orthodox Islam?
One Thousand Ugly, Loosely Wrapped Scarves
Who is behind MuslimGirl? Meet its founder, Amani Al-Khatahtbeh:
FYI: Gary Vaynerchuk’s fortune is from his family’s wine business.
Now, there are many dumb Muslim blogs in the world today that spew the most heretical, iman-distorting garbage. But what makes MuslimGirl different is two things:
- It is promoted by prominent Muslim figures who are seen as religious leaders and role models by the mainstream Muslim community.
- It is also promoted by mainstream media and numerous governmental and non-governmental organizations.
Let’s address these in turn.
Birds of a Feather
One of MuslimGirl’s biggest supporters over the years has been Dalia Mogahed, Director of Research at the ISPU (Institute for Social Policy and Understanding).
Dalia Mogahed sits on the boards of several prominent Muslim institutes and organizations and is regularly invited to speak at mosques and Islamic conventions.
Why would Mogahed maintain such close ties with a blog that regularly outputs anti-Islamic messaging? Why would she promote to her Muslim followers an online blog that has as its implicit — if not explicit — mission to promote LGBT, abortion, perennialism, casual sex, trans rights, and the most vile, corrosive aspects of feminist thought?
Well, could it be that Mogahed is on board with that very mission, or at least parts of it?
A great deal more can be said about Dalia Mogahed and the ISPU and the agenda they have been pushing since their inception in the Obama era.
One salient fact is that, prior to joining ISPU, Meira Neggaz, ISPU’s Executive Director, worked at Marie Stopes International.
Friends in High Places
To see the extent of MuslimGirl’s reach, we can take a snapshot of their non-Muslim supporters congratulating them on their “Muslim Women’s Day” this year:
You can see that a plethora of left-wing organizations are promoting MuslimGirl, from Planned Parenthood to the National Center for Lesbian Rights.
Also noteworthy are the international institutions like the UN and NGOs like the Human Rights Campaign that are actively involved in “interventions” in the Muslim world, pushing “human rights” by attacking Islam, that are also pushing MuslimGirl and its affiliates.
How naive can we be?
And finally, here are the ostensibly Muslim organizations pushing MuslimGirl’s media campaign. You will notice some of the usual suspects.
We all need to keep our eyes open for these public associations and behaviors with open promoters of deviancy. And then, we need to put pressure on public figures by asking hard questions. And we need to share this info widely with the community so everyone is aware. After all, MuslimGirl, Mogahed, and others are promoting these things very publicly in the name of Islam and Muslims. Does Islam approve of what they are doing? Do we Muslims approve of what they are doing in our name and what they are pushing upon our community and upon the world?