The Sunday Times published an article on their front page (Inspectors to quiz girls in hijabs-19th November 2017) which stated
'Let young girls make informed choices.'
Muslim girls who wear a hijab to primary school will be questioned about their attire, Ofsted has revealed. But with children
"I’m proud to know that little girls everywhere can now play with a Barbie who chooses to wear hijab!"
The headscarf worn by Muslim women is often a subject of immense debate in the media.
You have to see her Pennywise's stepmum look.
Read more on The Huffington Post People were inspired by her talent for using her hijab to represent hair and other features
"So, I'm not allowed on a bus?"
'I noticed that dolls wearing hijabs seem hard to find.'
It’s difficult to find hijab-wearing dolls, so when one woman discovered a package of 25 handmade hijabi figures on her porch