MOHAMMAD SKATI


HIJAB OR WOMEN'S HEAD COVER


Hijab is a pretty cover For pretty souls, It's a girl's or a woman's Freedom to have it on her head, It's pretty and not against Anyone or anything, When a certain woman wears it It's not against anyone or anything, It covers the head and it beautifies The face at the same time, If some people don't like it It's up to them anytime and anywhere, It honors a girl or a woman to wear It anytime, anywhere, or everywhere, When a woman wears it She does not mean to bother anyone, It is a pretty scarf for a woman's head And it's up to a girl or anyone to wear it, and Any woman who wears it is proud as long as She does not bother anyone global and I see a lot of women love to wear it because It's part of their pretty freedom.

Submitted: Friday, August 09, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, August 28, 2013
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