An international magazine has named Mehwish Hayat on the list of women changing the world.
In this regard, August 26 is celebrated worldwide on the day of women’s equality, an international magazine ‘The Muslim Web’ has published an article in the context of efforts in women’s society, in which five different women from around the world. Have been included in the efforts of not only for the betterment of society but also for women.
5 Muslim women you didn’t know were changing the world https://t.co/aIKvNqdya8
— The Muslim Vibe (@themuslimvibe) August 26, 2019
The magazine’s article also includes the name of the medalist Mehwish Hayat in the list of women who are engaged in women’s rights, girls’ education, human rights and charitable work representing Pakistan around the world.
Mehwish Hayat could not control happiness when he was included in the list of women seeking global change, and expressed happiness on Twitter, saying that it is a matter of pride for me that World Magazine ‘Muslim Vice’ has come from all over the world. I chose the list of women who are trying to change traditional thinking and change the world.
I am so honoured to be chosen by the international Magazine, “Muslim Vibe” as one of the top five Muslim women in the world who are breaking stereotypes and changing the world. To be thought of in the same breath as women I look up to is humbling 🙏🙏🙏 https://t.co/3NUkAkIyQe
— Mehwish Hayat TI (@MehwishHayat) August 26, 2019
Mehwish Hayat also said that like other Muslim women, my thinking is the same as those women who want the betterment of society.
It is noteworthy that the list of women in the magazine included Manal Rostom from Egypt, Somali-American Ilhan Omar, American political activist Linda Sarsour, and American-born Olympian Ibtihaj Muhammad.