VIDEO: What It Means to Go Through an Airport While Wearing a Hijab

Hundreds of protestors march at the San Francisco International Airport in San Francisco, Calif., on Saturday, Jan. 28, 2017. Protestors gathered at airports around the country to protest over President Donald Trump's executive action prohibiting Muslims from entering into the United States. (Jose Carlos Fajardo/Bay Area News Group)


With all the Islamophobia that has been rising lately, being hijabi and traveling could be a scary prospect for some.


Travel blogger Muslim Travel Girl has decided to do something about it and help her Muslim sisters while traveling, simply because traveling for hijabi women should not be worrying.


In her latest video, Muslim Travel Girl addresses everyone’s concerns and questions about wearing the hijab in an airport, and it’s a video that’s informative for everyone; whether you’re Muslim or not.



WE SAID THIS: If you’re hijabi, let us know about your traveling experience.

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