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The Islamic faith is a rich and beautiful ocean that embraces diversity regardless of a persons’ nationality, race or culture. And one just like the faith itself, one of its traditional practices for women and girls – the hijab (Khimar), is just as diverse being worn in a variety of ways and with various colors and styles. It’s also one of the most misunderstood practices within Islam, often times being misunderstood as a form of oppression against women and girls.
Needless to say, nothing can be further from the truth, and our latest book of the month; “Under My Hijab” written by Hena Khan honors that diversity, contemporary Muslim women and girls, love for each other, pride in their culture and faith.
Youtube Influencer Aysha Abdul gives us more insight into 6 hijab styles you’re sure to love!
We invite you’ll to check out this insightful book that will open your child’s mind to a more diverse world! If you’ve already read it, we’d like to know what you think about it in the comments below, or shoot us an email @ firstname.lastname@example.org.