Are you forced to wear the headscarf? Can you have a boyfriend? Can your brothers see your hair? Do you really pray five times a day? Isn't fasting very unhealthy?
Why are terrorists always muslims?

Why would god want you to feel that much pain?

I'm a 15 year old muslim from Germany. Being a young muslim is difficult. When I started wearing a headscarf, my class was shocked an no one except my nearest friends talked to me. Even they were shocked - they thought I wouldn't be the same person anymore or maybe even my parents forced me to be more religious.
Everyone had their first experiences with alcohol and drugs, relationships and parties while I was at home praying and learning more about my religion.

Women (very often) present themselves as objects, they show their body. They want to be seen, spend hours on 'creating' their ideal look. We live in an over-sexualized society, no one can judge this fact.

But I discovered the beauty of my religion. The beauty of the Almighty. The beauty of my creator. The beauty of god.

I don't have to explain why I wear what I want to wear in 2017. When women are allowed to show off their body, I have the right to cover my body.

Call me dumb, call me backward, call me whatever you want to.
I'm already used to it. By the time every muslim is (or they can't stay strong and want to gain acceptance somewhere else...)

P.S. being a muslim really is cool. Everyone wants to be different and stand out of the mass...

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(As mentioned I live in Germany, please try to ignore the mistakes in my English :))

- I wrote about my personal opinion, it's okay if you don't agree with me. Take this as an opportunity to think about the people around you in another way.