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How Green is Your Deen?

July 28, 2015

High schooler Ailya Gillani sees the generational gap between her and her parents in this way: She is the source of “fresh ideas” for the family and her parents are a source of culture and tradition. When she started recycling, she got the whole family on board, and when her mother found an environmental program organized by a nonprofit called Green Muslims, she thought her daughter might want to give it a try.

Produced by Will Parson
Music/Audio: SunSmileMusic

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amanda says:
December 10, 2015

amazing so many facts!

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