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10 Inspiring Muslim Women Leaders, Models, and Influencers to Follow

As a Muslim woman, it can be challenging to find role models who represent your values and beliefs while also being successful in their careers. That's why we've compiled a list of ten inspiring Muslim women leaders, models, and influencers who are making a difference in the world and breaking barriers in their respective fields.

  1. Ilhan Omar - A Somali-American politician, and member of the US House of Representatives, Omar is a vocal advocate for progressive policies and an inspiration for young Muslim women in politics.

  2. Halima Aden - This Somali-American model has broken barriers in the fashion industry by wearing a hijab on the runway and becoming the first hijab-wearing model to appear on the cover of Vogue Arabia.

  3. Linda Sarsour - An activist and political commentator, Sarsour is a leading voice in the fight for social justice and women's rights, including co-founding the Women's March.

  4. Noor Tagouri - This journalist and activist is known for her inspiring Ted Talk on the importance of breaking stereotypes and has been featured in major publications like Forbes and Teen Vogue.

  5. Ibtihaj Muhammad - A fencer and Olympic medalist, Muhammad has broken barriers in sports by becoming the first hijab-wearing athlete to compete for the United States in the Olympics.

  6. Dina Torkia - This British-Egyptian blogger and influencer is known for her modest fashion and beauty content and has amassed a large following on social media.

  7. Nura Afia - A beauty blogger and influencer, Afia is known for her stunning makeup looks and has collaborated with major beauty brands.

  8. Amani Al-Khatahtbeh - The founder of the popular blog and author of "Muslim Girl: A Coming of Age," Al-Khatahtbeh is a leading voice in the fight for Muslim representation and women's rights.

  9. Malala Yousafzai - The youngest Nobel Prize laureate, Yousafzai is a Pakistani activist for female education and the founder of the Malala Fund.

  10. Mariam Khan - The author of "It's Not About the Burqa: Muslim Women on Faith, Feminism, Sexuality, and Race," Khan has sparked important conversations about Muslim women's experiences and identities.

Following these women on social media and engaging with their content can provide inspiration and motivation for Muslim women to pursue their dreams and make a difference in the world.

At Jaela Fashion, we celebrate diversity and believe in empowering Muslim women through modest fashion.

We hope that this list of inspiring Muslim women leaders, models, and influencers will inspire you to achieve your goals and make a positive impact in the world.


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