You can thank Barack Hussein Obama for flooding Minnesota with hundreds of thousands of Somali Muslim invaders, including radical Congressmuslim Ilhan Omar. Now, Methodist Hospital in St. Louis Park has launched a partnership to create and sell hijabs in order to build a more “inclusive” space for Muslim patients and Muslim employees, KSTP reported.
Sahan Journal Methodist Hospital on Thursday became the nation’s first to carry hijabs in its gift shop. That change was driven by a hospital worker who saw patients struggling with makeshift hijabs to cover their heads.
Somali Muslim Hilal Ibrahim noticed some patients were using hospital blankets to cover their heads. Hijabs weren’t available in the hospital, so patients were fashioning their own solutions. “I remember somebody going into labor and it was just so quick,” she recalled. “You’re already vulnerable in that moment. Imagine not having your
modesty Islamic supremacist piece, or what you’re used to around you.”
“I first noticed a need when I was working in labor and delivery. Seeing a lot of Muslim women, their hijab was falling off during labor and there was nothing available to them,” she said. “Sometimes when I was working in the ER I would see someone vomit on a hijab and need to remove it.”
On Thursday, Hilal’s company Henna & Hijabs launched its new line of headscarves for patients and staff at Methodist Hospital, which became the first in the nation to carry hijabs in its gift shop.
“We’re really excited to be the first health care provider in the country to be hosting something of this magnitude,” said Anahita Cameron, chief human resources officer of HealthPartners, which operates Methodist Hospital.
Jennifer Myster, president of the St. Louis Park hospital, said the first-of-its-kind partnership came from “a lot of people saying yes at the right time” after Hilal brought the idea forward.