You would think that a team of Army Rangers, employing women in Afghanistan, making products that put little girls in school would be a no brainer, right?
There still seems to be some lingering debate around the shemagh or not to shemagh. In a phone call with one of our sales reps, he asked the question, “What’s your response to the feeling that shemaghs are associated with people that aren’t very popular right now in America?”
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We weren’t afraid of it. We developed flight. Navigated the depths of the ocean. Landed on the moon. All risky endeavors that brought us together as a nation. A planet. A species.
Now you can’t turn a corner without people being afraid of a rhetorical question that is devoid of common sense.
I was so affected by the question that I had to search images of the war in Syria, ISIS, and a few other conflicts in the Middle East. If you haven’t taken a look recently, click a link HERE, HERE, or HERE to view things that are truly offensive to us as a nation, planet, and species [Be advised, graphic images].
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