Jesus Christ, how many times do I have to repeat myself? Do you read or understand anything I post? You just seem extremely defensive over the fact that a character was designed to resemble a Muslim in a world you think doesn't have religion in it and are trying to force your personal justification for why that fits down my throat, and I simply don't agree with it.
Just about every example of head covering garments I've seen have had a history of religious connotations behind them, to see a character wearing one in a show (you claim) has no religion would require some justification. We aren't ever going to get any. You are happy with the "It's just a coincidence" explanation, I'm not, I'm happy with the "The creators clearly intended this character to be or resemble a Muslim, they just didn't care about the "There are no religions" thing, if it even exists".
It's the same story for the Jew thing, you are happy with the "It's just a coincidence" explanation, I'm happy with the "The creators clearly were referring to the Jewish people (and by extension their religion), they didn't care about the "There are no religions" thing, if it even exists".>>115454558
Yeah, and cultures that express a desire for women to look modest do so out of religous justification (or at least all the ones I can think of do). Not to mention, few people wear headscarves outside of deserts and inside a town that resembles modern day America, even if they come from cultures that do (or did?).>>115454579
I mean, if that's the case then it makes sense for them to be in the show and like I said this whole argument is getting dumber and dumber. I'll always take issues with what I consider token Muslim character for woke points, but it's not much more than an eye-roll for me.