Mattel announces Ibtihaj Muhammad doll, the first Barbie to wear a hijab

Say, Kids! Tired of all that pale skin, long legs, blue eyes, blonde hair and massive boobs an unnecessarily disproportionate bust size? Allah is too! Make your family proud, restore honor and take your old Barbie Dolls to the backyard and stone them as the infidel harlots they are!

Ask Mom to have a male relative drive you to the nearest toy-souk right away and get the new Ibtihaj Muhammad action figure, complete with the first-ever Mattel Hijab!

She’s absolutely beautiful, but nobody will ever know, as she covers herself as the book prescribes, and is pure as the driven sands snow (at least until Uncle Faisal comes to visit again).

Olympic fencer Ibtihaj Muhammad is quite a doll – literally. She’s thrilled to have inspired a Barbie in her likeness, and especially proud that the doll will be the first Barbie to wear a hijab. “This is a childhood dream come true,” she posted. The doll is part of the “She-ro” line.

“We are so excited to honor Ibtihaj Muhammad with a one-of-a-kind Barbie doll!” Mattel posted. “Ibtihaj continues to inspire women and girls everywhere to break boundaries.”

At only 67% of the value cost of a G.I Joe, it’s so affordable that girls can have one, and boys can each have up to four if they beat treat them equally!

Credit where it is redistributed from: the first prototypes came out in November of 2009. Read the reviews here:

Mattel Sponsors Genitally Mutilated Burqa Barbie Doll

One of the world’s most famous children’s toys, Barbie, has been given a makeover – wearing a burqa that fully covers an anatomically correct body of a young genitally mutilated Muslim woman with an amputated clitoris and the labia majora stitched together with thorns and ligament of a hyena.

EDITORS NOTE: This political satire by Ivan the Stakhanovets originally appeared on The Peoples Cube.

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