Afghanistan. The veiled mother and her child. ~ Reminds me about when Laila get pregnant and realizes all the sacrifices she needs to make for her baby and that is why she marries Rasheed

Art In Embassies

“ Afghan woman in a burqa Chaadari holding her baby. No one in Afghanistan refers to that garment as a “Burqa”.

walking under the blue sky :3 n__n by madimar.deviantart.com on @deviantART

Quotes About Love For Him : walking under the blue sky n__n by madimar.deviantar… on

Perfect couple

The Prophetﷺ was asked “Which type of woman is the best?” He replied “When you look at her, you feel happiness.

if a woman wants to cover her head, fine. If a woman is FORCED to cover her head, that's not fine! a woman certainly should NOT be judged for covering her head!

El Velo en las tradiciones orientales

Oh Allah, make it easy for me to wear Niqab, and make them approve of my decision. amin.

Oh Allah, make it easy for me to wear Niqab, and make them approve of my decision.

Indahnya Islam by Ain-Nia.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

simple art for muslimah style. and for my galery islam itu indah.

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It's not hard

As Muslim women we have intentions and we have rights to make our own decisions in life. There's a purpose for covering and those who choose to do so. Stand strong on the blessings and protections in which are received by Allah for doing so.

[CasaGiardino]   ‘One time I went to the market and my face was covered, but I forgot and tried to eat a banana through the burka. It wasn’t terrible just because of the burka; we had a lot of terrible times. We weren’t allowed to go out, so at home I wrote some poems and articles to keep my mind busy, but I don’t know where to start about women’s problems in my country’Saliha, 28, journalist, Ministry of Women’s Affairs, Kabul, Afghanistan  Photo from the ‘Hunger’ series by James Mollison

James Mollison “Under the Taliban The Ministry of Vice and Virtue enforced bans on music, dancing, television, radio, kite flying and wearing white socks—and women were forced to wear a burka.

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