// Talk on Hijab by Yasmin Mogahed on Hijab Day (IOL contributor)
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« on: Mar 22, 2010 12:23 AM »


Salaam - I got this from Imam Suhaib Webb's website. From what I can remember this sisters's articles are always great - and this talk was great and awesome as well. This was given after 100 non-Muslim girls tried on the hijab to share the experience with their Muslim counterparts I found myself chuckling when the audience did and I also felt bad and makes me want to be so much better, lowering my gaze, etc. Darned Anna Kournikova / Shakira, etc (I'm a tennis player,  and you'll get the joke when you watch the video). After the speech, there is a lengthy Q&A / reflections afterwards, so be sure to go through those, as its' well worth it. Of course, you'll have to have time on your hands, but it's entertaining and really touching as well. So hope you get a chance to go through them eventually. Ok, enjoy!
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