A Non-Hijabi's Perspective

A Non-Hijabi's Perspective

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(⌒▽⌒)☆ By betterleftunsaid_x Updated Apr 08, 2016

"Did I get little Nafasa scared?" He teased, smirking at me.

Did he just call me Nafasa?

"It's Nafisa," I corrected him, crossing my arms.

Garrett shrugged. "Same thing, same weird foreign names."

My head snapped towards his direction, angrily, as my blood boiled. "Don't you dare make fun of my name!"

I couldn't believe this guy. How could people like him? He was rude, and totally disrespectful!

"Oh, I'm so scared!" Garrett mocked, rolling his eyes.

I glared at him, turning my head away from him, so I could no longer see his handsome yet annoying face.


Nafisa Khan is your ordinary Pakistani-Muslim girl. She gets good grades, prays 5 times a day, obeys her parents and stays out of trouble.

Garrett Parks is the opposite. He is your average bad boy, who often finds himself in fights and parties. He drinks and switches from girl to girl in less than a week.

What will happen when the two unexpectedly encounter each other's totally different lives?

I personally wear one all the time now but I only started when I was ten, my mum said when your ready to me
sanakaynat sanakaynat May 09
When I'm ready I'll wear one.There is no point for me to wear the hijab if I know that I would take it of
You shoud wear Hijab only for Allah's happiness not that bh wearing it you'd be free from washing hair or you'd bother to comb them.
                              ALL THE DAMN REASONSSSS!!!!
This world has gone crazy, not in the Alice in Wonderland kind of way, so I don't blame you at all. Judgemental people I hope your listening/ reading
sanakaynat sanakaynat May 09
As long as you follow Islam it's okay ,you shouldn't force one to wear the hijab if they are not ready
Same here. And I guess the debate team has helped me.. a little.