As the Islamic calendar begins its last days, women in Jerusalem and the Palestinian territories are being urged to buy clothing and accessories that are specifically designed to match their cultural identities and customs.
In recent years, the fashion industry has been struggling to find creative ways to incorporate Islamic motifs into everyday wear.
The hijab, or headscarf, is one of the most popular headwear styles among Muslims, and many of the world’s most prominent brands have made hijab-wearing styles part of their collections.
But it is not the only piece of clothing worn by many of today’s young women.
A hijab, a full veil covering the entire face, has also been a symbol of Muslim identity since the Ottoman Empire, and in many countries, it is still a popular accessory worn by women in countries where Islamic traditions are not prevalent.
The headscarves worn by Palestinian women are also considered the symbol of their faith.
They are worn as a religious declaration of piety and as a sign of empowerment for women.
The hijab also has a powerful effect on the image of Muslims in the West, as it gives women a unique identity that does not reflect the stereotypical image of the West.
The Islamic headscarve has become a symbol for many young Muslim women in the Palestinian territory and the West Bank.
It has become an essential part of Palestinian culture and identity and it is considered a symbol that many young women find important and attractive.
The veil is worn only on the head and it has a wide range of colors, and it can also be worn with a full face veil.
The fashion industry, however, is still struggling to provide Muslim women with appropriate options.
The Palestinian Authority has been promoting the hijab for more than 20 years, and the most common type of headscarftwares in Palestinian communities are the kaftans, or kafta, which are worn with the full veil.
But the kufr, or veil, is a different type of veil that can be worn without a headscarfe.
In many Muslim communities in the Arab world, kufras are worn only with the hijab and the veil.
Some Muslim women even wear kufra while driving.
The Palestinian Authority also encourages Muslim women to wear the kafir, or full veil, which is worn with two full faces.
The kafira is the traditional headcovering worn by Muslim women throughout the Muslim world, and there are no restrictions on wearing it with the kofir, the kofta.
Kafirs are worn for religious reasons, and not because they make a woman more beautiful.
The headscarfs are a symbol and a symbol only for women who choose to wear them, and are worn to emphasize the beauty and freedom of their religious beliefs.
The kaftan is a scarf that is worn around the neck.
It is a symbol used by Muslims around the world, but in the Middle East, where the veil is the most prominent symbol of the Muslim faith, kaftas are worn more commonly.
In addition, the hijab has become more and more popular in recent years.
A survey published in the Journal of American Muslim Women in 2016 found that 68 percent of Muslim women surveyed said they were wearing the hijab because of its practicality, and 63 percent said that the hijab was a symbol to show solidarity with Muslim women around the globe.
More than a third of Muslim girls aged 15-19 in the Gaza Strip and West Bank said they have worn a head scarf, and one in three said they had worn the kaffir.
The majority of young Muslim girls in the territories also said that wearing the kouf is a way to show that they are not alone.
Women in the Islamic world often feel like outsiders, and for them, the veil symbolizes their presence and freedom.
It also allows them to express themselves freely and show that their beliefs are part of a global community.
But while the hijab symbolizes women in some ways, it has also led to negative stereotypes that have a negative impact on young Muslims.
For example, some young women in Palestinian and Israeli communities say that women who wear the hijab do not feel like equals.
According to the Palestinian women’s organization Women of the Wall, one of its founders, Fatima Shamsi, said that Muslim women are not allowed to speak up about issues of their community without fear of being punished or stigmatized.
Women of the wall has been campaigning for years to change the stereotypes and stereotypes that young Muslim men and women in Israel and Palestine hold about the way women are treated in society.
Fatima, a Muslim woman from the Gaza City, said she came to the United States to study English.
She said that for a long time, she was afraid of speaking up in public.
But one day she realized that speaking up was important to her.
She started a blog on Facebook and started to share her story.
She is a proud and proud Palestinian, and she said that she decided to share that story with the world because she wanted to raise awareness