A few days ago, I was invited to a party for the Indian women’s wing of the Muslim Women’s Network.
There, I heard from a Muslim woman who was attending the event, a celebration of Indian women.
She was wearing a full hijab, with the hijab covering her hair.
This was a special event that was held at a private residence.
When the women gathered, they were given free drinks and snacks and then had to sign a form saying that they were attending the party for one of the women.
The women were then escorted to a room where they had to remove the veil.
They were then placed in a room with other women, some of whom were not wearing their hijab.
They had to put the veil on again and then the party began.
A few of the other women did the same thing.
The party started at 6 p.m. and ended at 7 p.