My heart is torn between East and West. I live somewhere between the present and the past. I don't know who I am.
Just another human being biding their time on this earth. Passionate about current affairs, history, politics (particularly MENA region), religion, cute animals and food. Posts are mainly in English but I may post in Arabic/French/Turkish.
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Islam Awareness Month (IAM) at the University of Florida presents Hijab Day Diaries.
This event let participants experience what it is like to wear an Islamic headdress (hijab) for a day. The participants came in the morning, picked a hijab of their choice and wore it as they went about their day. At the end of the day the group of participants came together to discuss their day’s experience.
This was so interesting. I totally agree with the presenter when she said at the end that even for someone who has been wearing the hijab for a long time, this was extremely eye-opening. It’s a bit long but totally worth it!