Us famous model Halima Eden has announced goodbye to the fashion industry for the sake of Islam. He says he was forced to compromise Islamic beliefs and beliefs. In India, a few days ago, actress Sana Khan has also said goodbye to the film industry for the sake of religion.
The 23-year-old model has made a place on the cover page of the world’s renowned fashion magazines. On social media platforms, he said, “Having a ‘hijabi’ is really a very volatile journey.” Writing on Instagram, he said that the epidemic caused by the corona virus has given him a chance to stay and think. What are their beliefs of being a Muslim woman? Thankfully, covid-19 gave her the chance to be separated from the world of glamour.
“I finally realised where I had made a mistake in my hijab journey,” said Eden, referring to the adoption of a modeling profession against religious belief, “I consider myself responsible for focusing on the opportunity more than risk. Looking back, I find that I made a mistake and would never do it now. The mistake was part of the learning experience. There was no one to interrupt me on mistakes.”
Halima Eden was born in a refugee camp in Kenya. At the age of six, his parents left Somalia and settled in the United States. He worked for the International Modeling Agency at the age of 18. Eden, she was the first woman who wear hijab in the fashion show .