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Muslim Women Respond To Donald Trump’s Statements About Ghazala Khan’s Silence At DNC
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Published: Aug 2, 2016

Slain Muslim American soldier’s father Khizr Khan scorched Trump an emotional speech last week at the DNC, and Trump responded to his slams by insinuating that Khan’s wife Ghazala was silent on the stage because her husband demanded it under Islamic tradition.

While both khan clarified that was not the case, Donald Trump’s statement about Ghazala Khan has generated noticeable displeasure from the American Muslim community, and there’s a new online movement to make sure he takes notice of their anger.

Muslim women are now using #CanYouHearUsNow to counter Trump’s attempt to foment a stereotype.

From L-R: Artwork by Hate Copy and Malala graffiti in the heights of Houston
From L-R: Artwork by Hate Copy and Malala graffiti in the heights of Houston