Tag: hijab

Muslim Businesses You Should Definitely Be Buying From

I am writing this post because I try hard to support Muslim or minority-owned companies whenever I can, but the problem is that these companies are a lot harder to find. With a google search, you are only limited to certain brands. So, this post is for people like me, that want to purchase from

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Muslim or Not: Here is Why You Should Stop Dictating How Muslim Women Dress

Sometimes Hijab is a pressure by the society around you. When or if it was the case that if a Muslim women is forced to wear it, then some women who take off the hijab, may feel like they are free since they took it off. Though I cannot speak for what happens to the Muslim women oversees, I have never met a Muslim woman in this country who was forced to wear the hijab. In this country I have seen women getting their hijab torn off their head or maybe even their family opposes them wearing hijab, like my parents for instance.

Would Jesus Be Accepted As a Migrant Into The U.S. Today?

If you are a Christian and you are celebrating Christmas this year, or getting into the holiday spirit of some sort, do not forget that this is the time of year where Christians celebrate the birth of Jesus, who was a migrant, brown, and a middle easterner, as was his mother. I want you to

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American Hijabi Muslim Discriminated Against At a DMV in Southwestern United States

I am posting this on behalf of another convert who has reached out to me. She is Latin American. “I was in the southwest of the United States. I am living in very harsh conditions, I don’t know where to begin or decide which is worse. The extreme heat that can go up to 125

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You Will Never Believe What Happened To Me At Sephora Because I am A Hijabi Muslim

I was recently at a Sephora where I was treated in a disrespectful manner and ignored because I am a visible hijabi Muslim. (This happened to me the last time that I was at the store as well but I did not say anything.) I live in the Deep South and I am used to

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Making Friends As a Muslim and Introvert

If you are awkward and a introvert, like me, making friends can be extremely hard. Imagine that, plus being a hijabi Muslim and a convert to Islam. The odds for making friends are not in my favor. I would never survive the hunger games. As an introvert, I find solace in just being alone but believe it or not,

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The Dua Journal: The Power of Writing through Prayer

I have been journaling since I was 10 years old and it has been something that has always made me feel less stressed and relaxed me. If you are facing a difficult problem, sometimes it is just best to talk about it or write it down. I know in the Muslim community,unfortunately, a lot of

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Why We Should Buy From Muslim Owned Fashion Companies

I know how awesome it is that the fashion industry is starting to cater to Muslim women. However, we cannot forget about the Muslims Fashion Designers. This article is to explain why we should be buying from Muslims for real inclusiveness in the fashion world. As stated in the “State of the Global Islamic Economy Report”, Muslims

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What to expect when becoming a Hijabi in the West

I felt shy and scared to embrace my religion after converting. It was easy to hide my religion from friends and family, until I started to wear hijab. To other it’s now obvious the religion I practice. Until I started wearing hijab in 2015, I didn’t understand oppression either. Not oppression by a man, by

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Muslim Convert Stories Needed (DM ME)

Salam All and Hello!Muslim Converts,  wants your voice and story to be hard to better help or family see how they are treating us? Teach born Muslims how they can better help converts, new and old?I will be starting a new series called “Muslim Convert Horror Stories”.I want to share stories that Converts have faced

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