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    European Court rules employees may be banned for wearing hijab and other religious symbols

    European Court of Justice has just ruled that employers may ban employees who wear visible religious, political and philosophical symbols such as hijab. This is in joint judgment given to cases of two women from France and Belgium, who were fired or dismissed for their refusal of removing their hijabs in the workplace. Accordingly, if a firm imposes a rule of banning ...

    On March 16, 2017 / By
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    Muslim Girl x The Scene: What You Should Know About Muslim Women

    Muslim women always face questions that makes us dumbfounded. And most of the time, we have to correct the misconceptions thrown at us. Muslim Girl and The Scene collaborated for this timely video on things Muslim girls usually encounter in their daily lives. From questions like, “Do you shower in it?” to “Is your marriage going to be arranged?,” the video covers ...

    On February 26, 2017 / By
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    Walk A Day in My Hijab | World Hijab Day

    “Did your father impose that thing on you?” “Do you sleep in that?” Some would ask me as soon as we started acquainting. Perhaps my pastel pink chiffon hijab was too cute to go unnoticed. In the eyes of others, I am either oppressed or voiceless. Nothing else fills my shoes better than those words for them. Of all the people in ...

    On February 1, 2017 / By
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    Sitti Shahara: A Revert Story

    Sitti Shahara is a revert who embraced Islam through the proclamation of my faith to Allah SWT, on March 14, 2015. Prior to the decision of reverting to Islam, she personally took actions to understand or have a glimpse on what real Islam is. According to her, she browsed in the internet to read on many write-ups about Islam. After thorough readings, she ...

    On May 26, 2016 / By
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    Excellence Beyond the Niqab: An Interview with Western Mindanao State University Summa Cum Laude Shalaine Sana Tatu

    “Being a niqabi in a university where there is free mixing of men and women was tough, but Alhamdulillah, Allah always provides a way out.” – Shalaine Tatu It has been months since we featured an inspiring muslimah. Alhamdulillah, we are now sharing a very heart-warming interview with a niqabi who graduated with highest distinction from her university in Southwestern Philippines. Shalaine Sana ...

    On April 6, 2016 / By
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    TV Reporter Raiza Dapilin on Hijab and Empowerment

    The first time I saw Raiza, I was walking towards our dinner table at the poolside restaurant in Marco Polo Plaza, Cebu City. I literally was stopped on my tracks because I thought that I was seeing our very own Hijabimag founder Kai Darul. She stood out among the crowd of fellow journalists who were attending the U.S. Embassy-sponsored 6th Regional Media ...

    On February 11, 2016 / By

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