Right girls, are we boycotting Marks and Spencer’s this weekend until they stop selling hijabs for little girls and apologise?
No knickers, no bras, no cream cakes until they recognise that we’ve fought hard for our rights. This is cultural apartheid, it’s not Koranic, it’s medieval, it’s not British and it’s wrong.
I urge all MBGA followers to write to the chairman of Marks and Spencer and tell him of your disgust at selling hijabs.
I would also ask that you boycott M&S until they stop selling this misogynistic piece of rag.
Mr Archie Norman
Marks and Spencer Group plc
35 North Wharf Road
Dear Mr Norman
I am deeply disturbed that M&S is selling the hijab for little girls as young as three-years-old.
Sold as ‘School Essentials’, this is an abomination for women’s rights, it is gender apartheid and has no place in British shops or public life, including little girls going to school.
This is, however, extreme Islam, not a Koranic requirement for young Muslim girls at primary school and you are facilitating medievalism.
Please explain why your iconic brand decided to sell this item of oppression. If you think you will increase sales by appealing to a minority of extremists balanced against the offence you have caused to many in our country, you are welcome to try. However, given the backlash against you and, counting the number of complaints I have received in my inbox and on social media, your share price is going to take a tumble.
I look forward to receiving your reply.
Janice Atkinson MEP
UK Delegation, Europe of Nations and Freedom Group
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