Monday, 1 February 2016

Hijab is my protection feat. Fatima Patel

Melissa Askew
Fatima is an 18 year old Muslim blogger who blogs over on La Vie De Beauté (which means 'The Beauty of Life!) Fatima also has a YouTube channel. I interviewed Fatima before about all the questions you may ever want to know about the hijab. I did ask Fatima many quirky questions and Fatima done an amazing job at answering them. 

Treated differently after the Paris attacks feat. Iqra

Ivanna Salgado
Iqra is a Psychology student, tutor and also beauty blogger over at The Blushing Giraffe (what a cute name right?). When I first found Iqra's blog I was really impressed by Iqra's opinions and how Iqra stands out from the crowd. Iqra is an ethical blogger and I have hardly found many bloggers like Iqra so I really do admire Iqra.

Does that make us extremists? Feat. Ayesha and Samina

Ayeina Blog      Ayeina Instagram      Ayeina Facebook    Ayeina Twitter       Ayeina Pinterest

I don't even need to explain much about Ayesha and Samina because they have done an amazing job of that below. 

To find out the purpose of this interview make sure you read 'What is World Hijab Day?'.

My life, my decisions and my hijab feat. Veena and Aussiepursuit

Venna has a blog over at Vennazkit which is mainly focused around beauty and lifestyle. 
 Aussiepursuit is an anonymous blogger over at Aussie-Pursuit and blogs about a variety of topics. Aussiepursuit also aims to share more knowledge over Islam and its teachings and other reflections on life

Treated like a criminal while wearing the Hijab feat. Janet

Demi Kwant
 Janet Kozak writes and designs for people who need to promote themselves but just don't know how. Through her eye for aesthetics, creative copy writing, targeted text, and punctual posts, she’s here to help you pull it all together and present a professional, polished, image once and for all. Meet Janet and get ready to grow your business at JKGallery

Judge me for who I am and not by what I wear feat. Haya

Anthony Rossbach
Haya is an anonymous blogger and blogs over at NewLeaf. Haya blogs about different stories that are inspired by incidents in our life. Haya has a beautiful blog and hopes that you will leave her blog with a new perspective. I love Haya's blog because it is filled with different lessons and teachings. Haya has a really touching story that she wrote about the hijab over at 'Pearl in the Oyster'. I really recommend that you go have a read of it.

Isolated for wearing my hijab feat. Maryam

Max Lawton
Maryam is a blogger over at VeilbyMaryam who blogs about modest fashion and beauty. I really enjoy reading Maryams blog because it's really unique. 
Find out more about 'What is World Hijab Day?' and why I am doing this interview with Maryam.

The hijab is my crown feat. Fatima Hachem El Hamoui

Ryan Jacques
 Fatima Hachem El Hamoui (also known as The Positive Muslimah) is the writer of The Positive Muslimah blog. Fatima is a Lebanese/Canadian, coffee-loving, web-developing and web-designing, blogging Muslimah who loves to inspire Muslimah’s all over the world to keep them motivated and have a positive attitude in life.

Hijab is my identity feat. Rahila

Picture belongs to Rahila
 Rahila is a full-time working mother of four children. Rahila has a really beautiful blog over at Dairy of a Hijbai Mommy and Rahila blogs about parenting, managing a home and all the beautiful things related. Rahila writes her blog to escape from her duties.
Find out everything you need to know about why I am doing this interview and the purpose behind it by reading 'What is World Hijab Day?.

What is World Hijab Day? What is the Hijab?

 World Hijab Day was founded by Nazma Khan and takes place on February 1st every year. World Hijab Day is an open invitation to both Muslims and non-Muslims to experience the hijab for a day. This is the fourth year of World Hijab Day and I think it’s a very important event to participate in.