Islamized France: ‘Get Your Six-Year-Old Accustomed To Wearing Hijab, Jilbab, and Tiny Abbayas’

The Muslim community relentlessly instills the message of indoctrination, not integration, into Muslim children living in the West.

A radical Islamic woman residing in France has once again attracted attention with her controversial propaganda videos targeting Muslim parents. In a previous feature, we discussed her advice to husbands on how to persuade their wives to wear the hijab without resorting to abuse. In her latest video, she emphasizes the importance of introducing children to sharia-compliant Islamic practices and values at an early age, specifically concerning clothing choices and mosque attendance.

Emphasizing Early Islamic Education

The woman advocates for Muslim parents to begin Islamic education long before their children reach puberty, asserting that teaching them about Islam and gradually introducing religious practices will ensure familiarity. According to her, this is crucial for instilling strong religious adherence among young Muslims, born outside of Islamic states.

Clothing and the Hijab

One notable aspect discussed in the video is the suggestion that parents should familiarize their children with wearing the hijab, jilbab, or tiny abayas from the age of six or seven. The woman emphasizes that this is her personal recommendation, rather than a religious obligation, as children have not yet reached the age of puberty when wearing the hijab becomes mandatory according to Islamic teachings.

Her argument is that introducing sharia-compliant clothing, such as the hijab or other Islamic attire, early in France helps children become accustomed to it. This early familiarization enables them to embrace it more naturally when they reach puberty. The objective is to ensure that children follow Islamic practices and values even in Western countries. The underlying message continually given to Muslim children living in the West is indoctrination and adherence to Islamic law and culture, rather than integration.

Unpacking the Justification for Islamic Covering

The woman’s perspective stems from the belief that it is solely a woman’s responsibility to prevent men from being tempted. Therefore, she argues that a woman must cover herself to ward off that temptation. Consequently, putting a hijab on a young girl implies that the prepubescent girl is a legitimate object of sexual desire and, thus, must conform to the expectations placed on adult women.

In Islam, the religious requirement is for a woman to cover all but her face and hands. Failure to do so exposes her to potential abuse.

(Quran 24:31) And tell the believing women to reduce their vision and guard their private parts and not expose their adornment except that which appears thereof and to wrap [a portion of] their headcovers over their chests and not expose their adornment except to their husbands, their fathers, their husbands’ fathers, their sons, their husbands’ sons, their brothers, their brothers’ sons, their sisters’ sons, their women, that which their right hands possess, or those male attendants having no physical desire, or children who are not yet aware of the private aspects of women. And let them not stamp their feet to make known what they conceal of their adornment. And turn to Allah in repentance, all of you, O believers, that you might succeed.

According to the Quran, failure to cover oneself exposes women to potential abuse:

(Quran 33:59) O Prophet, tell your wives and your daughters and the women of the believers to bring down over themselves of their outer garments. That is more suitable that they will be known and not be abused.

Mosque Attendance and Familiarity

Another aspect highlighted in the video is the encouragement for parents to take their children to the mosque from an early age. The woman believes that exposing children to the mosque environment and allowing them to witness Islamic rituals, including prayer and veiled women, will make them comfortable and familiar with these aspects of Islamic life.

In the context of France, it is worth noting that over the past three decades, the French state has officially recognized more than 3,000 mosques and Islamic associations, granting them tax exemptions and other significant financial advantages amounting to billions of euros. This is despite concerns raised about the influence of certain radical Islamic organizations, such as the Muslim Brotherhood, which controls over 2,000 mosques in France. They are known for their support of the imposition of Shari’a law and endorsement of terrorism against Israel and the West, has been accused of contributing to the radicalization of French Muslims and their children through these affiliated mosques.