When did women in Islamic dress start to go viral?
I think we can agree that there has been a lot of interest in women wearing a hijab, which, at the moment, includes women in the United States.
It’s a garment worn by a minority of Muslim women, who have historically been discriminated against in the US.
And the trend is getting a lot more mainstream attention, especially as women like Jazmine Alsop continue to make waves on social media.
But the garment is still quite new.
In recent months, the hijab has been featured in articles and TV shows on CNN, NBC, ABC, and more, but it’s not the first time a woman in Islamic clothing has been in the news.
Here are a few notable cases: In April, a pregnant woman from Alabama was featured in a viral YouTube video as she took her first step in public.
“I’m a Muslim, so I’m really excited to show my little baby to the world,” she said.
The video received more than 5 million views.
The woman, whose name was withheld to protect her identity, was interviewed on a CNN show and was asked to explain how she became a mother.
“That’s my biggest regret, it’s so embarrassing,” she replied.
The episode also caught the attention of the Muslim American Society of New York, which said the video “gave voice to many of our communities’ stories and gave us a platform to share them.”
This year, two women from Texas were featured in an ABC News segment, along with the Muslim community.
The two, Tawfiq Malik and Nabeel Algazzar, both said they felt like they were the only women wearing the hijab in their communities, and that “the visibility of Muslim men wearing the hijabs” helped to “create a space for discussion.”
In December, a woman from Maryland was featured on a video that also included footage of a Muslim couple.
In the video, a man and his wife wore a hijab while the woman, who was also wearing a headscarf, sat in the background.
“It was a lot like the ’60s, ’70s, where everyone was wearing hijab,” she told the station.
“But I’m not wearing it now, so that’s a thing I have to talk about.”
A video featuring two Muslim women in hijabs, from CNN, on Dec. 23, 2016, was the most viewed video of the year.
But while there are women who wear the hijab, there are no statistics on how many women in Muslim clothing do.
The Islamic Center of Los Angeles (ICLA), a Muslim-serving Muslim organization in Southern California, did not respond to a request for comment on the topic.
The ICLA, which represents around 20 mosques in Southern and Central California, has seen an increase in Muslim women wearing hijabs in recent years.
In February, the group hosted a three-day conference on hijab in the U.S. and said its goal is to “encourage Muslim women to participate fully in our culture.”
“We know that women are not only encouraged to wear hijab, but they are also encouraged to work towards becoming better leaders in our communities and be more open about their beliefs,” the group wrote in a statement.
“This includes a greater awareness of the hijabi tradition, and our desire to promote greater acceptance of all genders, and the intersection of religion and culture.”
For the most part, the ICLA is a non-profit organization.
But it does have a few employees who work on its behalf, according to its website.
They include the organization’s director of social media, who oversees a number of social channels, and a director of digital media, as well as a director and director of marketing, who are responsible for digital and marketing, according the organization.
While it’s unclear how many Muslims are wearing hijab, one of the main social media channels is called the hijablifestyle.com, which features content about hijab and hijablady, and is linked to a number other groups.
In November, ICLA issued a statement saying it does not discriminate on the basis of religion.
“ICLA does not condone discrimination on the grounds of religion,” the statement read.
“We also recognize the role of hijab in our community, and encourage Muslim women and men to embrace this beautiful garment.”
The ICLAS, in an email to TIME, said the organization is working to “ensure that our members have the opportunities and opportunities to participate in the hijab movement as well.”
The group’s statement did not address the question of whether it considers itself a Muslim organization.
In December 2015, the organization released a statement that said it was a nonsectarian organization.
“As the world becomes more and more diverse, we see the importance of making it easy for people to come together to celebrate and connect with one another,” the ICLAs statement read, “We are proud of the diversity and