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Veiled women have influenced social and political life

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  • Egyptian Dalia: Mujahid, the first Muslim woman in the White House and one of the most important and close advisors to the American President .
  • Nadia Hussein: The British called her the first lady of baked goods, as her program became one of the largest entertainment programs in the year2015.
  • Ibtihaj Muhammad: It is the first Muslim-American fencing in the world that participated in the Olympics and occupied a distinguished rank
  • Tawakkol Karman: journalist and human rights activist, winner of the Nobel Peace Prize. She is the first Arab and second Muslim woman to win the award and the second youngest recipient .
  • Malala Yousafzai: She is a Pakistani human rights activist and was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2014. She is considered the youngest recipient of the Nobel Prize, as she was 17 years old .
  • Caroline Walker: She is a veiled Muslim, and she is the first veiled Muslim judge in the United States, where she used the Noble Qur’an to swear an oath. .
  • Iman El-Deby: One of the most famous veiled fashion designers in the world, she lives in Sweden.
  • Salma bint Harb Al-Otaibi: A Saudi woman who managed to defeat nine men and two women and won a seat in the municipal council in Makkah .
  • Aseel Shaheen: The first veiled Muslim woman to referee a major tennis tournament.
  • Nour Tagouri: She is the first hijabi anchor on American television.

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