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Non-Muslim Women Take Hijab Challenge in Ramadan - About Islam

Non-Muslim Women Take Hijab Challenge in Ramadan

DOHA – Women of various faiths are wearing hijab during the month of Ramadan as part of a unique challenge to draw attention to the discrimination faced by Muslim women who wear the religious outfit. “We are not only proud of our participants of 30 Day Ramadan hijab challenge but truly humbled and honored by …

Egyptian Seeks to Be First Hijabi to Climb Everest - About Islam

Egyptian Seeks to Be First Hijabi to Climb Everest

CAIRO – An Egyptian Muslim pharmacist is striving to become the first hijabi Arab woman to climb Mount Everest, overcoming social and cultural challenges to fulfill her life dream. “In every exploratory expedition I go to, I am often the only veiled Arab among all the women, and the reaction is like ‘Oh my God!’ …

What It's Like to Be a Hijabi Basketballer - About Islam

What It's Like to Be a Hijabi Basketballer

MURFREESBORO – The sight of a hijabi player in Siegel senior basketball team games may be strange to many. But for Razan Haj-Hussein, her love for the game and respect for modesty are inseparable. “The No. 1 question I get asked is, ‘Don’t you ever get hot?’ Razan Haj-Hussein told The Daily News Journal on …

Meet the Teen Behind Hijabi Emoji - About Islam

Meet the Teen Behind Hijabi Emoji

Muslim women around the world will now be able to use a hijabi emoji thanks to a 16-year-old Saudi girl who proposed the idea which was made available last Monday on World Emoji Day.

Muslim Women Dress as Superheroes in Hijab - About Islam

Muslim Women Dress as Superheroes in Hijab

Muslim women showcased their love of anime and elaborate costumes at a hijab cosplay event held in Malaysian capital Kuala Lumpur over the weekend, dressing up as superheroes, princesses, and mighty sword-wielding warriors.

World’s First Virtual Fashion Week for Modest Clothing Is Here - About Islam

World’s First Virtual Fashion Week for Modest Clothing Is Here

Do you even realize how exciting this is? The Islamic Fashion Design Council is the first to bring out a virtual fashion week as a part of their Pret-A-Cover program. “Sounds nice,” you’re thinking, “but what exactly does that bring along?”.And more important; “What’s in it for me?”. And the rest of the world too, …

Isn't The Face Veil Insensitive? - About Islam

Isn't The Face Veil Insensitive?

Salam(Peace) Chris, Thank you for contacting About Islam with your question. I can understand your unease and frustration when having to deal with someone who wearsniqab(face veil). It does take a bit of getting used to when speaking with women who cover their face. I myself wear hijab (head covering and modest clothing). But cannot …



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