In a photo of an Iranian woman supporting her team at the World Cup, in the ID she is wearing, she’s sporting a hijab — but in the photo taken at the match, the head covering is nowhere to be found.
A female Indian chess player said she has decided to not participate in an Asian championship being held in Iran next month because she could not comply with an Iranian rule requiring women participants to wear a headscarf.
When Jennifer Hyatt told officers at a detention center that she was a practicing Muslim woman and, based on her faith, could not be seen by other men without her hijab, one of them allegedly said, “Not in here, you’re not.”
With its May cover, British Vogue feels new again. And it makes history with Halima Aden becoming the first hijab-wearing model to front the British edition in 101 years
As more brands begin to cater to the needs of Muslim women who wish to dress modestly, one writer talks about why the shift is so important to her.
Last month, Tahera Rahman stood before the camera for CBS affiliate WHBF in Rock Island, Illinois, becoming America’s first full-time reporter to wear a hijab. Rahman, who comes from a small town in Illinois, spoke with HuffPost about navigating a stubborn journalism industry and reaching this moment of triumph.
Gigi Hadid responded to a hateful Twitter user who attempted to use Tuesday’s attack in New York City as a reason to target Muslims.
Last week marked a major event and anniversary in Malala Yousafzai’s life. “5 years ago, I was shot in an attempt to stop me from speaking out for girls’ education. Today, I attend my first lectures at Oxford,” she wrote on Twitter with a photo of her school books.
A British woman who applied to teach in a Kuwaiti school was told she couldn’t wear a hijab, but the school now denies that it has a policy against hijab-wearing.
A salon employee faced criticism for temporarily asking men not to enter the salon while she worked with a female Muslim customer, who had removed her hijab.
A human-rights activist is speaking out this week about the anti-Muslim discrimination she says she experienced while shopping, when a sales associate insisting on making subtle jabs against her hijab.
A mayor in the South of France issued a letter stating that the international retailer H&M must prohibit employees from wearing a hijab.
Deering High School is reportedly the first high school in the U.S. to provide student athletes with hijabs.
Incendiary covers are nothing new for “Hustler,” but this one seems to be pushing the envelope given the the political climate in Trump's America.
Vogue Arabia has been on newsstands for less than three months, yet it’s already had a number of captivating cover models. First was Gigi Hadid on their debut issue (which made a splash for a few reasons) and now they’ve cast Halima Aden as their June ’17 cover model. Aden has skyrocketed to fame since walking in Yeezy’s Season 5 show in February.