However, she was not from am on from Maryland but from Chicago where they stay with their extended family also leaves.
The information obtained from her education background indicated that she really didn’t go through proper education system until she came to America and got married. Initially, she went through the Islamic basic education system at a young age that repeatedly emphasized in the Holy Koran and Islam doctrines with frequent injunctions in a local Madras. But later she got married and her husband paid for her education system through to Master’s level with Masters of psychology. Emphasizing the role of Muslim men in their culture back then and the current role they play. This was further supported by the fact that the only work experience she has is the two years’ experience obtained in her husband consultancy.
The information she shared indicated that her day just like many other Muslim and Arabs of her culture have a religious day. For instance, her daily life is more religious and she creates time to worship Allah at least 5 times a day. Likewise, she get time to take her daughter to school and most importantly she have to be home early to prepare her family various Arabic delicacies. Most interesting was the fact her admission that Muslim culture was initially predominantly Arab. Nevertheless, the rapid expansion has been witnessed particularly here in America. In other areas of the world, Muslim culture has largely been influenced and assimilated from the Persian, Pakistan and Bangladeshi among others. Additionally, one of the unique and striking features of Islamic society is the significant attached to the family. This has changed largely since the family unit previously viewed as the cornerstone of a healthy and balanced society is ignored.
However, the most controversial aspect in the interview was the fact that gender roles and societal expectation for both gender has never changed to date. According to Hu, despite the