Toronto, Ontario, Canada, January 23, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- January 29th marks the one-year anniversary of the Quebec City mosque shooting incident that devastated the Muslim Community across North America. The mass shooting resulted in six worshippers being killed and nineteen injured. In response to this tragedy, Toronto-based company Halal Socks released a product to symbolize the importance of unity and express their support for the Muslim community, the “Solidarity” sock.
The “Solidarity” sock symbolizes the Muslim Canadian narrative. Red, green, and white maple leaves decorate red sock’s cuff, expressing diversity. Woven in the sock is the message “In Solidarity We Stand” encouraging support and reconciliation in spite of differences. Halal Socks aims to use style and creativity as a way to embrace differences, celebrate diversity, and combat Islamophobia through a shared experience.
Halal Socks made its debut when Prime Minister Justin Trudeau attended Pride 2017 in Toronto sporting the rainbow-striped “Eid Mubarak” sock. Halal Socks encourages people use their products to stand up for what they believe in and show their support for the Muslim-Canadian community. Halal Socks are available internationally via Amazon, as well as locally in shops such as The Date Palm, Modah, and NurShop.
Commemorate the Quebec Mosque and get involved with Halal Socks via Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. 50% of the proceeds of each purchase of the “Solidarity” sock will be donated to the Quebec Mosque victims and their families.
Halal Socks expresses its deepest sympathies to the victims and families affected.
To learn more about Halal Socks’ vision, contact Nadine Bosch via email email@example.com, or visit the website at www.halalsocks.com.