As a Muslim woman, I know how difficult it can be to wear hijab in Turkey, particularly in the capital, Ankara.
However, as a woman who loves wearing turkish clothes, I’m also an advocate for the freedom of choice.
The hijab is a choice.
And I believe that, in Turkey as in many other countries, the right to choose should be upheld.
I love wearing turks clothing and I know that I can wear a hijab for years to come.
This is what I did last week, when I was at a wedding in Istanbul.
I was inspired by the turkish dress that I wore, and it really brought me back to my roots and to my origins.
Turks women wear the hijab as a symbol of religious observance and cultural observance, which is why it is also called hijab.
The turkish style is not a tradition.
It is a modern style that has gained popularity in recent years.
I started wearing turkes when I graduated from high school, in 2003.
I have never worn the turks hijab, and I do not intend to do so.
I want to wear the turkes hijab as an expression of my freedom to wear it.
In my life, I have worn turkish clothing and turkish hats.
My parents are Turkish and I have always been a Turk, I am proud of my turkish heritage.
In this way, I believe I can choose my own religion, my own style and my own identity.
This freedom is a fundamental part of my identity and it should be respected.
I don’t know why anyone would ask me to wear turkish, but I will always wear turks clothes and turks hats.
I will wear turkes as a reminder of my roots.
My mother and grandmother have a turk background, and as a daughter of a turks immigrant, I love the turk culture.
As a woman of Turkish descent, I can’t wear hijab if I want my daughters to grow up to wear this hijab, too.
As an American, I feel a strong sense of belonging to my country.
My religion is my religion, but my culture and my country are my own.
The world is a beautiful place, but it’s also filled with violence, hatred and intolerance.
There is no room for hatred and bigotry.
I can only express my gratitude for this beautiful place where I am raised, and for the people who are so generous to me.