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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.

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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?

AfshanInayat AfshanInayat Aug 17, 2016
well write i just read your start of story thats really amazing.......good job!
Fati_Aley Fati_Aley May 16, 2016
It has its perks! You can not wash your hair for a week or not brush it in the morning and no one will know!
saralonelykpopworld saralonelykpopworld Aug 06, 2016
me too I don't wear one but I don't wear something is attractive 
                              I usually wear jeans and sometimes dresses
CaesariaSophronia CaesariaSophronia May 26, 2016
Thanks for translating! I'm not Muslim, even though I love this book already and the religion is so interesting, I don't know what these things mean.
EllaL21 EllaL21 Dec 10, 2016
I was just like you but alhumdulilllah I had the confidence and courage, I started wearing one this September. ☺️
EllaL21 EllaL21 Dec 10, 2016
Same but I feel like I've gained a little confidence but I'm still the shy old me.