Dr. Masuma Jaffer discusses Hijab and the origins of World Hijab Day!
‘Penn State Students who thought Hijabs are sexist , try on Hijabs for the first time.
“I see can see how it’s like. It could give you a different perspective , cause you’re not worried so much about yourself and you’re able to look out into the world without as much worrying.
It make me think less about what I look like and I worry less
It’s like it opens up a door to see the world with less concern and less fear .”‘
“Regardless of the struggles or the downfalls that you have, there’s going to be light at the end.”
Bilqis Abdul Qaadir talks about why she had to choose her faith over her love for the game:
Keeping our values while still trying to fulfil our dreams – it can be done, inshallah!
The phrase ‘too bust being awesome to be oppressed’ comes to mind 🙂 Not only can hijaabis be anything they want, they excel in it too!
Pilot and airline crew:
Captain of Navy:
“WHEN Captain Mona Shindy climbed aboard HMAS Canberra to test missiles in the Pacific, a locker had to be converted into a sleeping quarters to accommodate her.
Never before had an active Australian warship carried women. But aged 23 and launching what would become a 26-year career with the Navy, this was just the first hurdle of a trailblazer.
Already she had a University degree in the blokey domain of engineering. Weapons engineer. And if this were not unusual enough, Captain Shindy happens to be Muslim, and for most of her career in the navy, has been a mother.”
Scientist and researcher:
Teacher (World’s Best One!):
Personal fitness trainer:
Like this one who was interviewed by Oprah!