"Change The World": Nike Celebrates Sharia Oppression of Women in New Hijabed Ad


Hijabed women accompanied by the tagline, “Don’t change who you are. Change the world.”

The perfect definition of Islamization of the West.

Note the angry faces.

NIKE CELEBRATES OPPRESSION OF WOMEN – PROMOTES “HIJABI BALLERS” IN NEW AD

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By: Cristina Laila, Gateway Pundit, June 3, 2019:

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Nike Toronto celebrated the oppression of women in a new ad by promoting “Hijabi Ballers.”

“Don’t change who you are. Change the world.” Nike says as it promotes Sharia law. So, enslave the entire world under Sharia law?

“By starting @HijabiBallers, it was about changing that narrative of Muslim women – celebrating their athleticism and giving opportunities to Muslim female athletes to grow as athletes and not having to give up their faith to do that.” #justdoit – Nike said in its caption with a picture of oppressed Muslim women wearing hijabs.

Article posted with permission from Pamela Geller

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