Dubai-based entrepreneur Samira Amari could not find for my two year old daughter Jenna doll, which corresponds to the rules of Islam. American Barbie this role is clearly not fit.
Amari solved the problem by starting the production of the Muslim analogue of the famous American. Doll, also named Jenna, can quote four verses from the Quran, her head covered in a hijab. Jenna dressed in an Abaya, which hides the whole body.
«For me it was very important that my daughter got a doll, which would be able to know yourself. Or, at least, to know his mother», — quotes the entrepreneur website Emirates Woman.
The publication also notes that the toys on the topic of Islam is very little, and Muslim mothers have to solve the problem yourself. So, one enterprising resident of Pittsburgh did a doll hijab of these and sold them via the Internet.