Razia Iqbal talks to Sonia
Razia talks to a young French woman, who has chosen to wear the hijab, about what it means to be a Muslim in modern Europe.
Razia Iqbal explores what it means to be a Muslim in modern Europe.
Sonia is a young Frenchwoman working for a private investment bank in Paris. Two years ago she decided to wear the hijab to work, an action that has been deeply frowned upon by her employers. She talks to Razia about the importance the headscarf has for her and why she's determined to fight against the discrimination she feels it engenders.
Producer: Anne Marie Bullock.