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  1. Poppy shawl, large hijab scarf, pareo sarong, Meadow Made from fine and elegant, yarn dyed, 100% cotton fabric. 90 x 160 cm, 110 gsmHand loomed to form lace net at the ends.Green-yellow-green-oil live colors.Made in Turkey.

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  2. Poppy shawl scarf hijab pareo sarong, Sunset Made from fine and elegant, yarn dyed, 100% cotton fabric. 90 x 160 cm, 110 gsmHand loomed to form lace nett at the ends.Fuchsia-orange-red warm colors.Made in Turkey.

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  3. Dri-FIT technology provides excellent moisture control Mesh fabric delivers enhanced ventilation Stretch material for comfortable wear

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  4. The Nike Pro Womens Hijab is made with Dri-FIT technology to provide excellent moisture control and enhanced breathability. The pull-on design and long back is designed to keep the Hijab in place, while the stretch material provides a comfortable and personalised fit.Fabric: 92% Polyester, 8% SpandexDri-FIT technology quickly draws sweat away for cool, dry comfortMesh fabric offers enhanced breathabilityStretch construction allows for a personalised fitPull-on design with an elongated back helps keep the hijab in place

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  5. "An original contribution to a subject which is currently of much interest to the world at large, East or West, and has an important bearing on the position of women in the societies in which veiling is practiced."–The Middle East Journal "Highly recommended. . . . It draws on and contributes to current feminist theorizing in Middle East women's studies and in broader feminist academic circles."–International Journal of Middle East Studies "A welcome contribution to Middle Eastern and women's studies, providing an innovating approach and research to a highly controversial issue in gender politics."–Digest of Middle East Studies An insightful and provocative book. . . . [It] leads to a better understanding of the veil and a debunking of current cliches." -Farzaneh Milani, University of Virginia Illustrated with photographs, drawings, and cartoons gathered from popular culture, this provocative book demonstrates that the veil, the garment known in Islamic cultures as the hijab, holds within its folds a semantic versatility that goes far beyond current cliches and homogenous representations. Whether seen as erotic or romantic, a symbol of oppression or a sign of piety, modesty, or purity, the veil carries thousands of years of religious, sexual, social, and political significance. Using examples from both the East and West-including Persian poetry, American erotica, Iranian and Indian films, and government-sanctioned posters-Faegheh Shirazi shows that the veil has become a ubiquitous symbol, utilized as a profitable marketing tool for diverse enterprises, from Penthouse magazine to Saudi advertising companies. She argues that perceptions of the veil change with the cultural context of its use as well as over time: in a Hindi movie the veil draws in the male gaze, in an Iranian movie it denies it; photographs of veiled women in Playboy aim to titillate a principally male audience, while cartoons of veiled wo

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  6. :Head Scarf Hijab Pins Set Dressmakers Drawing Art and Craft Tailoring Multicoloured Pins - 40 x 2(80)pcs sold by Trendz

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  7. The Islamic Republic of Australia : Muslims Down Under, From Hijabs to Jihad and Everything in Between

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  8. Poppy shawl scarf hijab pareo sarong, Rocks Made from fine and elegant, yarn dyed, 100% cotton fabric. 90 x 160 cm, 110 gsmHand loomed to form lace net at the ends.White-gray-beige-brown-beige neutral colors.Made in Turkey.

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  9. Poppy shawl, large hijab scarf, pareo sarong, Ocean Made from fine and elegant, yarn dyed, 100% cotton fabric. 90 x 160 cm, 110 gsm.Hand loomed to form lace net at the ends.Green-green-royal-turquoise-turquoise aqua colors. Made in Turkey.

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  1. Description: Pattern: Lace Material: Shiny lace Gender: Women Occasion: Casual Style: Muslim hijab/Shawls/Caps/Scarfs Weight:9g Detail In Size: Free Size 24cmx18cm,Stretch Elastic Package Included:1 * Headscarf More Detail: Yellow Grey Royal Blue Black Purple Beige Pink Coffee Red Disclaimer : About Size:Size may be 2cm/1 inch inaccuracy due to hand measure.These measurements are meant as a guide to help you select the correct size. Please take your own measurements and choose your size accordingly.we cannot accept responsibility for incorrect purchases. About Color:The precise color of the items may vary depending on the specific monitor,the settings and the lighting conditions.The items colors depicted should only be used as an approximate guide .

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  2. Sixteen-year-old Amal makes the decision to start wearing the hijab full- time and everyone has a reaction, from her parents and friends to strangers on the street. But she stands by her decision to embrace her Muslim faith and all that it is in this stunning debut novel.

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  3. With breathtaking illustrations and informative text, Golden Domes and Silver Lanterns magnificently captures the world of Islam, celebrating its beauty and traditions for even the youngest readers. From a red prayer rug to a blue hijab, readers will learn about a different color of the Muslim world on each spread with a young Muslim girl and her family as a guide. Sure to inspire questions and observations about world religions and cultures, it is equally at home in a classroom reading circle as it is being read to a child on a parent’s lap.

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  4. As a child’s experience becomes ever more international, so will their exposure to the world’s religions. Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Buddhism, Hinduism—all these and more are celebrated and explored in this hands-on book. Through pop-ups, flaps, and fold-outs, a child learns things like that a Sikh boy may wear a romala, or a Muslim girl a hijab over her hair. All Kinds of Beliefs demystifies what goes on inside a church, gudwara, wat, mandir, and mosque in terms that children can understand—and with colorful illustrations that will delight their parents too! Along with an extra-large religious festivals poster, this book is as useful as it is fun to reaAs a child’s experience becomes ever more international, so will their exposure to the world’s religions. Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Buddhism, Hinduism—all these and more are celebrated and explored in this hands-on book. Through pop-ups, flaps, and fold-outs, a child learns things like that a Sikh boy may wear a romala, or a Muslim girl a hijab over her hair. All Kinds of Beliefs demystifies what goes on inside a church, gudwara, wat, mandir, and mosque in terms that children can understand—and with colorful illustrations that will delight their parents too! Along with an extra-large religious festivals poster, this book is as useful as it is fun to read.

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  5. ’A must-read for anyone who cares about women’s equality’ Sheryl Sandberg’A flame-thrower for the rights of women who live under the thumb of repression and injustice’ Tina Brown BBC RADIO 4 BOOK OF THE WEEK This memoir is the extraordinary story of how one woman, Masih Alinejad, an awe-inspiring journalist and activist from a small village in Iran, overcame enormous adversity to fight for what she truly believed and founded a major movement for women around the world with the simple removal of her hijab.It all started with a single photo, a bold statement on Masih’s Facebook page: a woman standing proudly, her face bare, her beautiful, curly hair blowing in the wind. Her crime: simply removing her veil, or hijab, which is compulsory for women in Iran. This is the photo that sparked a social-media liberation movement, ‘My Stealthy Freedom’. Across Iran, women started posting pictures of their uncovered hair on Masih’s page in open defiance of the strict religious beliefs of their country (and often, their families) while sharing their personal stories about this powerful mode of expression. With the creation of ‘My Stealthy Freedom’ Masih has gained over one million supporters around the world, and inspired Islamic women everywhere to take a stand for their basic human rights. She’s been covered by the media from Vogue, to the Guardian, the New York Times and beyond. Last year she was the recipient of the Women’s Rights Award from the Geneva Summit for Human Rights and Democracy. But behind the scenes of this movement, Masih has been fighting a painful personal battle. She is a divorcee — a sin equivalent to prostitution in Iranian culture. As a reporter, Masih has been actively speaking out against the government’s corrupt policies for more than a decade, and has faced abuse and slander at every turn. In 2009 she went abroad during the Iranian presidential election with hopes of interviewing Barack Obama. Before the interview could take place, the elections were stolen, Masih’s newspaper was shut down, and thousands of Iranians were arrested. She was expelled from her own country, and separated from her only son. Although she eventually was able to take her son abroad, she has not returned to Iran or seen her family in years. To this day, Masih has faith that one day she will be reunited with her homeland.A defiant, inspiring voice for women’s rights, Masih Alinejad speaks for women everywhere.’Intriguing and inspiring . . . her voice is so important to the Iranian people’s struggles for freedom and democracy’ Azar Nafisi, author of Reading Lolita in Tehran

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  6. The powerful, moving story of a California teenager from an immigrant family who, finding himself in an increasingly hostile world, is turned from a carefree surfer’s life towards a culture of fear and fanaticism Laguna Beach, California, 2010. Alireza Courdee, a fourteen-year-old, straight-A student, takes his first hit of pot. In that moment, he is transformed from the high-achieving son of Iranian immigrants into a happy-go-lucky stoner. He loses his virginity, starts surfing, cuts classes and lies to his father. For the first time, Reza – now Rez – feels like an all-American teen. Then a terror incident shocks the nation. As fears escalate, his newfound friends withdraw and Rez becomes increasingly isolated, an object of suspicion because of his name and skin colour. Now he can only relate to Arash, a fellow Muslim student, and beautiful Fatima, who starts wearing a hijab and going to the local mosque. Little by little, Reza is drawn into a troubling new world… Delicately capturing a young man’s alienation and search for identity, A Good Country is an unforgettable modern coming-of-age story. It is also a powerful portrait of the ways in which international events reverberate across the globe, damaging distant lives. Insightful, nuanced and emotionally forceful, it is an important book for our times.

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