#INAYAHGIRLS On the benefits of being a Muslim woman in today’s society | NASRA - “We are the face of islam… We are more likely to be approached by people who want to ask us questions about our faith and choice of dress. I think this is beneficial because it opens up a dialogue and gives us the unique opportunity to share our perspective and voice our opinions. We have the power to use our hijab as...
Different veils worn by Muslim women around the world. Hijab, from my understanding, also has a more deeper meaning than only to refer to the covering of a women's head. It also refers to a muslim's modesty both of men and women.
"Rebellious Silence" Shirin Neshat, 1994. (photo taken by C. Preston). Neshat is an Iranian visual artist living in New York, whose work deals primarily with issues of identity and sexuality for Muslim women.
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