Middle Eastern women's beauty goes viral on Twitter
Women used #TheHabibatiTag to showcase ethnic pride
“#TheHabibatiTag” has gone viral on social media, as women embrace their Middle Eastern origins by posting selfies with the hashtag and their ethnicity.
The idea behind the hashtag “TheHabibatiTag” (habibati meaning ‘my love’) was to show how 'prideful' women are of their Middle Eastern backgrounds.
The hashtag was created by Palestinian American Sara Mahmoud on Twitter and has been trending all over the world.
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