I’m supporting World Hijab Day 2022 in solidarity with Muslim girls and women who face discrimination for wearing the hijab worldwide. I nominate all of my followers to do the same. Let’s do it! Join the conversation: #DressedNotOppressed #InSolidarity pic.twitter.com/Sb5aDZS8ZU
— Centhra Malaysia (@CenthraM) February 1, 2022
— Zaheera (@Zaheera_Ansar) February 1, 2022
Happy #WorldHijabDay to all my Muslim sisters … blessings.
— christina 🇰🇪 (@cmutena) February 1, 2022
— N4j1 (@najiha_thasneem) February 1, 2022
It's so insinuating to view hijab as an obstacle to success. The hijab is far more often than not a freedom of expression. The actual path to success requires skills, determination and the power to withstand, not the looks.!#WorldHijabDay#DressedNotOppressed
— Anan (@anan_z19) February 1, 2022
i’ve posted this before & i will post it again. happy world hijab day to all of my sisters. ❤️
— iz🍁 (@ItIsWhatItIsra) February 1, 2022
Hijab doesn't represent how religious I am.
It simply reminds me I am a Muslimah, even when my imaan is at my lowest.
Everything I do, I should wear it for the sake of Allah.#thursdayvibes #WorldHijabDay #WorldHijabDay2022 pic.twitter.com/efKQ2UMGzs
— Ayesha🦋 (@AyeshaSu1tana) February 1, 2022
The Hijab does not make a woman a terrorist nor does it make a woman any less respectable.Dear girls let us all rock the hijab today and show the world that all women are equal.#WorldHijabDay #WorldHijabDay2022 pic.twitter.com/V5yrImG916
— Afshakhan (@afshakhan24) February 1, 2022