Fighting ‘misconceptions’ associated with Muslim headbags, Muslim students at California State University arranged a headbag handout to their colleagues to educate them about criticism and negative image drawn by media over the past decade.
On Islam The event, held last Thursday on a rainy afternoon, was sponsored by students of MSA at California State University Long Beach (CSULB).
(That’s right, stupid Americans need to be indoctrinated with Muslim lies because Muslims don’t want us to believe the abuse and oppression Muslim women suffer in Muslim countries that we see in the news nearly everyday. But you get props for holding this event in a California state college where the lefties have brainwashed the students into thinking we are not really at war with Islam. Case in point…wearing a headbag made of an America flag should carry a prison sentence)
“The goal was to teach what Islam really is because there’s so much negativity going around about Muslim people who are portrayed so negatively in the media,” Amina Hasan, organizer for the Muslim Student Association (MSA), told Daily 49ER, the university’s news website, on Sunday, December 2nd. (How about starting with the teachings in the quran as follows:)
“We’re regular people just like anyone else.” (No, you’re not, you wear that bag on your head to display Islamic supremacism) Standing to welcome students, MSA (MSA-Muslim Students Association- is a proxy for the radical Muslim Brotherhood in North America, whose stated goal is the Islamization of the West) students suggested hijab handout as an attempt to educate CSULB students about Islam that has received criticism and negative press over years.
Hasan said that being a Muslim and wearing a hijab are oftentimes associated with terrorism. (Muslim suicide bombers often don Muslim headbags or burqas before they blow up innocent civilians)
“I always get stopped for a special screening at the airport, which can be frustrating,” Hasan said. (Not as frustrating as being on a plane headed into a skyscraper) For her, the hijab handout was an attempt to correct misconceptions about Islam. “People think we’re all terrorists,” Hassan said. (No, but virtually all terrorists are Muslims) “In one occasion … my luggage accidentally bumped into a seat and people screamed out of fear thinking it was a bomb.”
Hasan added that just after this incident, her sister overheard one seated passenger express his gratitude as Hasan and her sister made their way to their seats, saying, “Thank God they’re sitting in the back.”
Though there are no official estimates, the US is home to an estimated Muslim minority of six to eight million. (Those are CAIR’s overinflated estimates. There are about 2.5 – 3 million tops, although it feels like a lot more because all they do is whine and complain)
Islam sees hijab as an obligatory code of dress, not a religious symbol displaying one’s affiliations. (Is that why Muslims in America and Canada have killed their own daughters who refused to wear the headbag?)
Accepting hijab from Muslim students, California Long Beach non-Muslim students appreciated the initiative for giving them a glimpse into veiled Muslim feelings. “I got a few looks on the train, and I was the only person wearing one,” junior health science major Ana Martinez, said.
Martinez volunteered to wear hijab on campus and didn’t remove the garment until she arrived at home, over an hour later. “It felt a little weird at first, but I got used to it. It even took getting used to on campus as people didn’t discriminate, but I still got stared at on a few occasions.” Freshman biology major Tatiana Avila also wore a hijab and said it was a great opportunity for other students to show support for a religion and culture that always seems to be criticized.(For good reason)
“It gives people a chance to experience what Muslims have to go through all the time.” (In that case there should have been a few honor killings on campus)
Receiving positive reactions, MSA secretary Alia Elasmar praised the event as a success, hailing open-mindedignorant California students. “We finished all three baskets of hijabs,” Elasmar said. “This campus has a diverse population and is more open-minded than most schools in Southern California.”(In other words left of Saul Alinsky)