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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.

Different veils worn by Muslim women around the world

This is good information. And although I highly respect the women, I don't really respect any culture that makes women cover up their bodies to hide them. Just my opinion. But of course I will always be respectful enough to call the garments by their correct word and never disrespect any of these women.

And although I highly respect the women, I don't really respect any culture that makes women cover up their bodies to hide them. Just my opinion. But of course I will always be respectful enough to call the garments by their corr

Iran’s colleges have the highest female to male ration - WTF Fun Fact

Maybe I'm believing propaganda but I thought females didn't get to go to school in the Islamic countries.

Well this certainly flies in the face of everything my mother always rants about regarding Muslims. I'd like to take a moment to point out that she believes herself to be a good Christian....Who's been divorced 2x and we think secretly murdered the 3rd hubby and also no longer speaks to her daughter (*moi*).

Stop buying the lie that to be Muslim is to hate or denigrate women. SOME Muslims do, of course, but SOME Christians and Jews and men of all faiths or no faiths do the same! It's about patriarchy, not religion.

The woman on the right created the line of hijabs that the women in the picture are wearing. She is an example of an influential Muslim woman.

The woman on the right created the line of hijabs that the women in the picture are wearing. She is an example of an influential Muslim woman.

"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.

Shirin Neshat Rebellious Silence 1994 Feminist Art Neshat is an Iranian visual artist living in New York, whose work deals primarily with issues of identity and sexuality for Muslim women.

I am Muslim and, loads American Muslim women know how to dress modestly with class, so I'm pinning some stuff

Hijab Fashion I am not Muslim, however, loads American Muslim women know how to dress modestly with class, so I’m pinning some stuff Hijab Fashion Sélection de looks tendances.

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