Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Faceless Doll of Little Girl Meets Strict Islamic Law

DAILY MAIL
By Claire Carter
An 'Islamic doll' with no facial features at all is being sold for £25 in line with Muslim rules which teach that
items which represent features of living things, humans or animals, should not be produced and owned
UNITED KINGDOM---'Islamic doll' for children launched in Britain with no FACE in line with strict Sharia rules on depiction of prophet and his contemporaries. However critics have dismissed the doll as 'foolish' and say it represents antiquated views of Islam teachings and fails to acknowledge that Muslim's are part of modern culture. The doll, which comes in just one design, is called Romeisa and named after the female companion of the Prophet Muhammad. It is aimed at children living in strict Muslim families. [link]