GALLERY: 6 Eid pics we couldn't help but double-tap on Instagram

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Nabilah Kariem Peck
Nabilah Kariem Peck

Nabilah Kariem Peck 

Areeba Baker

Thameenah Saint 

READ MORE: These local fashion enthusiasts prove that you can be stylish and dress modestly at the same time

Iman Abdulmajid

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Wishing you all & family Eid Mubarak #EidMubarak

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READ MORE: 7 Muslim women tell us what the hijab means to them 

Plus, two perfect stills from history-making women:

Halima Aden

The world's first-ever hijabi model, and Sports Illustrated's first-ever hijabi rookie.

Ibtihaj Muhammad a.k.a. Hijarbie 

First Muslim American woman to don her headscarf while competing for the US at the 2016 Rio Summer Olympics as well as the first female Muslim athlete to win a medal at the sporting event. As a result, she was honoured by Mattel with her own Barbie in 2017.

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