Monday, April 30, 2018

The Ahed Fashion Line (and some dirty laundry)

There is a promotion campaign of Wear The Peace based on fashion to support issues of Arabs-called-Palestinians. Here's a previous blog post on the company.

The latest is in support of Ahed Tamimi.

We are excited to let you all know about our new collection.

Ahed Tamimi, the 17 year old child is currently serving an 8 month sentence in Palestine...$5 from ever piece from this collection will go to the legal center, Adalah, in Palestine. Adalah (“Justice” in Arabic) is an independent human rights organization and legal center. Adalah’s mission is to promote human rights for the Arab Minority in Palestine.

Here is the Ahed emblem:

 And here is the fashion model:

You'll notice the strategic placement of the emblem, the kaffiyeh as never worn in the Middle East and the slight display of near-pupik skin which probably would result in such a female being either stoned or groped in Gaza or Hebron.

And it's only $5:

There's also the Homeland Hatta:

One last word before you completely succumb to the fashion pieces and the models, Adalah, while working on behalf of "Palestinians", works in the State of Israel where it is a registered NGO.  Palestine doesn't really exist for there is but a Palestinian Authority.

So when you read above that Adalah works

to promote human rights for the Arab Minority in Palestine

Israel seems to been erased.

That's dirty laundry.

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