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"it's a bird, it's a plane, no, it's Super-Hijabi"  - Up, Up and Away!

"it's a bird, it's a plane, no, it's Super-Hijabi" ♥

From sports headscarves to full-length swimsuits, there are now more options on the market for Canadian-Muslim women looking for sportswear.

From sports headscarves to full-length swimsuits, there are now more options on the market for Canadian-Muslim women looking for sportswear.

Wherever you go let those around you not keep you away from your Deen

Muslim woman can also do great things, and are not restricted by their covering.

Résultat de recherche d'images pour "dubai plage"

Paddle-boarders from the Surf Dubai club take to the water off Umm Suqeim beach in Jumeirah yesterday wearing abayas and kanduras, as part of an effort to persuade more Emiratis to take up the activity, and enjoy watersports in general.

hijab-football

"Your beliefs shouldn't prevent you from playing sports." Elham Seyed Javad University of Montreal graduate designed a sleek sports hijab, which fits tightly around the head and is part of a sports shirt underneath.

"Saudi Arabian girls' school defies religious ban with sports"

Girls' School In Saudi Arabia Flouts Religious Ban With Basketball

Saudi Arabia’s first women’s sports center has been opened in the eastern city of Alkhobar under a license issued by the Youth Welfare Presidency.

Sara Mohamed Baraka and Fatma Rashed after the women's rowing lightweight double sculls repechages event in the 2012 Olympics. The hijab sparks a lot of debate about whether or not it's degrading to women. I think these women look pretty in charge to me.

Sara Mohamed Baraka and Fatma Rashed after the women's rowing lightweight double sculls repechages event in the 2012 Olympics. The hijab sparks a lot of debate about whether or not it's degrading to women. I think these women look pretty in charge to me.

Roqaya Al-Gassra (right)

mehreenkasana: muslimathlete: “Bahrain does... - muslimwomeninhistory

Bahrain does not require its athletes compete in traditional Muslim garb, but Roqaya Al-Gassra chooses to sprint in a full hijab.

Zahra Lari, 17-year-old not only became the first figure skater from the Gulf to compete in an international competition but the first to do so wearing the hijab, an Islamic headscarf. Named as ‘Ice Princess in the Hijab’ by the media, Zahra aims to make it to compete at the 2018 Olympics.

Zahra Lari, not only became the first figure skater from the Gulf to compete in an international competition but the first to do so wearing the hijab, an Islamic headscarf. Named as ‘Ice Princess in the Hijab’ by the media, Zahra aims to make

Even though her attire sets her apart, she fits right in

Even though her attire sets her apart, she fits right in

” Are those the words that come to mind when you think of a Muslim athlete who covers her hair w…

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