Jordan, shoes company, Adidas hit back at criticism

Adidas is launching a new line of tennis shoes from Jordan and Adidas has struck back at accusations that its brand is anti-Muslim by issuing a statement denying the allegations.

The statement issued by Adidas on Wednesday said that it “does not tolerate anti-Semitism and that we welcome all cultures to our brands, but that it is not appropriate for any individual to claim that our brands are anti-Semitic, and we stand by our statement.”

“We believe that our brand is inclusive and respectful of all religions and cultures, and in fact, are proud of our heritage of sport and athletic excellence,” the statement said.

Jordan Shoes has been the company that Adidas has chosen to make its tennis shoes.

Jordan’s iconic brand was founded in 1984, but it has since gone through several brands.

Adidas has not taken a stand on whether the brand is Islamophobic, and it did not respond to a request for comment on the statement.

Jordan has been criticized in the past for its use of the word “Allah” in some of its advertising, and its use in the 2017 film The Mummy.