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Little Rock Mosque's Billboard Profiles Veiled Women Across Different Faiths
by Sarah Whites-Koditschek
The Islamic Center of Little Rock is hoping to counter negative stereotypes with a billboard campaign comparing a Muslim woman in a hijab, or headscarf, to Virgin Mary in a veil.
KUAR spoke to the mosque's vice president, Alaa Eldamaty, who says the goal is to encourage questions.
"You might be scared of Islam because of all of the media or all of the horrific attacks happening around the world in the name of Islam," said Eldamaty. "But really, Islam is a religion of peace," she explained.
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