Feature on Sister's magazine - celebrating gratitude!

Ayeina hosts and shares thoughts on gratitude from Muslims across the world in their unique book and posters series.

1. This photo represents me because she has a hijab, and that's a good…

This photo represents me because she has a hijab, and that's a good…

Dignity...   The woman symbolizes the Arab World and its oppressed people, who is suffering from injustice, repression, oppression and homelessness. BUT hope still exists and victory is coming!!

This woman symbolizes oppressed people suffering from injustice, repression, oppression and homelessness.

On 1 FEB 2016, join the 4th Annual World Hijab Day whether you are Muslim (hijabi or non-hijabi) or non-Muslim!  Our mission for 2016 is to have 15 million participants worldwide, insha'Allah (God willing)!  Our goal is to foster global religious tolerance through Hijab awareness.  MORE: https://www.facebook.com/WorldHijabDay https://www.facebook.com/events/922039367886749/  http://www.worldhijabday.com http://worldhijabday.com/media-coverage Silhouettes designed by: Cassie Madison (Nadiya)

February marked the first annual World Hijab Day in recognition of millions of Muslim women who choose to wear the hijab and live a life of modesty.

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