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Being covered doesn’t limit us

By  Nudžejma I’ve been wearing hijab for almost 8 years. My Hijab is beautiful part of me. Material covering my hair should not make me seem withdrawn or creepy. If you ask me, I think it makes me more open to answering questions and hearing comments. I think it makes me different. I think it makes me strong. Being covered …

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“In a world that defines less as more”

By  Maanie (18, Maldives) In a world that defines less as more, Where worth is judged in how many looks you score, The Jewel was crying out for shade, Covered from the world’s gaze. And wouldn’t society be amazed?! The Jewel never knew her true worth, Assuming that from her birth, That time would go on and she’d have her layers …

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My Veil

By Amit Qwfan It’s funny how you thought my veil was a trend How, by summer time, my veil obsession will end You don’t understand my veil or its reasons You think it was made to be worn on certain seasons Try to understand it’s a command from my Lord Not something pushed on me by a gun or a …

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