Texas Mother Says She Was Attacked for Wearing a Hijab At Starbucks

Maria Perez
Jun 23, 2019 - 5:00

A Muslim mother claims she was harassed at a Starbucks in Dallas in front of her children for wearing a hijab. Nur Ashour, a popular food blogger, wrote in a Twitter thread on June 16 that a woman threw things at her and said “horrific things” to her at a coffee shop in Dallas while she was with her young children, who are eight months and three-years-old.“Today I got harassed by a woman for wearing a hijab. The sad part was it was @Starbucksand not a single employee or bystander said a word to her,” Ashour wrote. “She threw things in my face and said horrific things. Had the roles been reversed, I guarantee the reactions would have...

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