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She says the decision came after a conversation with other Muslim women who covered.
“When I actually got to know them [the women], I understood that they were intelligent people still and they were still full of life and had their own character,” she said. But what it added to them, to me, was this increased love for the creator.” She says that, contrary to the common misconception of Muslim women being forced to cover, her husband, who’d converted to Islam, had nothing to do with her decision.
After the attacks, says Georgetown University Professor Yvonne Haddad, more Muslim women became spokespeople for their religion.
“The women have sort of become the banner of Islam,” said Haddad, co-author of Muslim Women in America: The Challenge of Islamic Identity Today.
“…You want to do anything you can and constantly talk to them and know more about them, and that’s how I feel also with my creator.” While the number of Muslim women in America who wear the hijab or niqab has never been recorded, some suggest that there was an increase in Muslim women covering after the attacks of Sept.
11, 2001, as many wished to express their identities in the wake of anti-Muslim sentiment.
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“You often see in many societies women being objectified because of how they look or being disrespected,” she says.