Facts of Yassmin Abdel-Magied
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Yassmin Abdel-Magied is a very intellectual woman and she is respected worldwide for her work. She is a mechanical engineer and a writer. She is also a mass media presenter.
She is engaged now. She flashed her diamond ring and captioned the picture as
“He put a ring on it….”
She posted this picture on her Instagram account, and she was thrilled.
The pool is beautiful, and so is her nail job. She was very excited to share this moment with her fans. Her controversies has affected her life though.
She has given wonderful and life changing quotes and she gives amazing answers to questions asked. When she is asked to describe herself, she answers,
“If people really want to know, I describe myself as an adventure junkie....
She presented in Ted Talk about, “What does my headscarf mean to you?” This idea of hers was chosen as TED’s top ten ideas of the year 2015.
Here is the full video of that show. It is of 14 minutes and she presented amazingly well.
She has several books and writing works to her name. In 2012, she released Redefining the Narrative: Thoughts & Questions of a Young Australian Muslim Finding Her Path.
She released another on named On the rigs and this was very well received as well.
Her work named What are they so afraid of? I’m just a young brown Muslim woman speaking my mind created a lot of buzz too. Her work, New Daughters of Africa: An International Anthology of Writing by Women of African Descent was successful as well and this was released on 8th March, 2019.
Other media activities
She has appeared in events, shows and programs. She presented a show called Australia Wife of ABC TV from the year 2016, August.
She also contributed for Triple J Radio National Radio. She did a podcast for F1 Racing as well and also contributed for SBS TV, The Truth About Racism. Her work in ABC TV’s Hard Chat was amazing too and turned a lot of heads around.
Wiki of Yassmin Abdel-Magied
She was born in the year 1991 on 3rd of March and this makes her age 28 in 2019. She was born in Khartoum, Sudan. Her nationality is Sudanese and Australian. The names of her parents are Midhat Abdel-Magied and Faiza El Higzi.