How to be a Muslim in 2018.
The world is a place of many cultures, but there are certain things that are universal to every religion.
The first step is to learn what these things are.
You need to learn about your own culture, your own religion, and how your faith relates to other cultures.
If you don’t know these things, then you might as well just stay home and pretend they don’t exist.
For the next five years, I’ll be covering everything Muslim from the top to the bottom, and this is my journey of the Muslim woman, from my first trip to Saudi Arabia, to becoming an American citizen, to finding the hijab.
When I first visited Saudi Arabia in 2015, I was blown away by the beauty of the country.
I wanted to become a Muslim and the country was a Mecca for me, so I immediately started shopping there.
But my time in Saudi Arabia was not without controversy.
Saudi Arabia has an incredibly strict interpretation of Islam, which makes it a difficult country to adopt a moderate and open mindset.
In Saudi Arabia the word hijab has a negative connotation, meaning “a covering covering”.
The word hijab means “an abaya, a dress covering”.
I was shocked by the discrimination I encountered from people on the street, but I was also surprised to learn that I was not alone.
There were many women who had been denied the right to wear a hijab because they were not Muslim.
I found that it was a topic of discussion on my weekly news show, “The View”, and there were a lot of stories of women who were subjected to violence or discrimination for their choice to wear the hijab, including my own mother.
After my first year in Saudi, I had a change of heart.
I began to read more about the religion and its beliefs, which made me want to follow in my mother’s footsteps and wear the abaya.
I decided to attend the local Islamic school in Saudi city of Jeddah.
I loved it.
I loved the people there, the people, the culture.
The Arabic-speaking teachers were wonderful.
There was something for everyone.
I felt like a part of the family.
Since then, I’ve made many trips to Saudi to experience the country and its culture.
I’ve experienced the diversity and love of Islam from the women in the Islamic dress to the women who wear the hijabs.
I have seen a lot.
It’s a difficult journey.
I am a Muslim, but not a very devout one.
I pray every day, but when I do pray, I don’t think about it for the rest of the day.
As a Muslim American, I have been a Muslim immigrant, I am now an American, but that doesn’t mean I am completely Muslim.
To be a Christian is to be an American.
To be a Jew is to live a Jewish life.
To wear a Muslim hijab is to wear Jewish clothing.
To dress as a Muslim is to dress as an American Muslim.
It is my intention to write more about this journey as I am able, so stay tuned for my next post, which will cover more about my journey to becoming a Muslim.