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I grew up wearing the face-veil as an act of worship. I live in a liberal, secular society that is politically charged and highly divided. For me, the face-veil has multiple meanings and dimensions; it is not reduced to "a piece of cloth," nor is it exclusively a religious symbol.
Although some may perceive it a movement of empowerment and pessimistic recognition, to me, the commercialisation of Islam is clouded in contradictions, considering the rise of this phenomenon started in western countries in Europe, the US
In a widely shared video, the rapper asks a woman about her "hot-ass scarf."
Joining any religious community is fraught with culture shocks and the danger of committing unforgivable faux pas. As one of the best Muslims in the country - possibly the world - I'm in a strong position to give some pointers about what Lindsay can expect should she officially decide to join the faith.
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'People are asking me to hide that part of myself'.
American Muslim women have spoken out about the extreme reactions they’ve witnessed to wearing a Hijab in public, including
They're made for all religions and "inspired by togetherness".
A Birmingham-based fashion blogger has designed a range of hijabs catering to all skin tones. Habiba Da Silva (centre, in