Americans boycott American Girl products and Mattel

Americans boycott over lawsuits against Christian foundations and a doll that  says ‘Islam is the light’

Nationwide, hundreds of organizations and millions of Americans are protesting American Girl and Mattel Corporation for their anti-American and anti-Christian agenda by not buying or endorsing their products.

Recently, American Girl, an LLC for-profit corporation, attacked a Christian foundation for girls by filing false and misleading information to an arbitration form in order to unlawfully obtain the Christian organization’s lawfully registered URL address

Mattel Inc., a Chinese manufacturer acquired the American Girl doll company in 1998. Since that time, American Girl has been criticized by its supporters for diminished product quality and lack of educational focus and numerous historical errors in its books.

American Girl has pledged financial support for abortion rights and acceptance of homosexual orientation while naming a doll after a domestic eco-terrorist currently wanted by the FBI linked to two of the biggest eco-terrorist attacks in the United States.

Mattel has never admitted wrong doing even though on Aug. 2, 2007, Mattel recalled almost 1 million Chinese-made toys, including Dora the Explorer and Sesame Street toys in a toxic toy scandal. Twelve days later, Mattel recalled a total of 18.2 million toxic toy products, and on June 5, 2009, the Consumer Product Safety Commission fined Mattel and its Fischer-Price division $2.3 million dollars for violation of Code 16 of Federal Regulations CFR 1303, under the Federal lead paint ban. Shareholders filed lawsuits against Mattel over toy recalls.

Moms Ask Mattel for Accountability is a public education effort by concerned families to protect children from being invited to join Islam.

Mattel, the largest toy maker in the world is selling a toy that says “Islam is the light” in the Little Mommy Real Loving Baby Cuddle & Coo Doll, in spite of protests by American parents, media and store owners.

To share your opinion, contact American Girl President Ellen L. Brothers at 8400 Fairway Pl., Middleton, WI 53562 or 1-800-360-1861 and Mattel CEO Robert A. Eckert at 333 Continental Boulevard El Segundo, CA 90245 or 1-310-252-2000.


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