Parker, the most difficult Muslim woman to perform
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – The menace of climbing buildings and climbing stairs quickly has only been known to men, but in a few years a Muslim hijab-wearing woman, Sarah Mudlail, has made a name for herself in the industry.
Sarah Mudril lives in Los Angeles and has been named the first Muslim woman Parker. Sarah works long hours every day. She insists she wants to dispel the stereotype about Muslim women. But despite the difficult task, she says the hijab is not a barrier but an honor for her.
Sarah is now 24 years old and she intended to become a Parker when she was only 20 years old. In this game you have to get from one place to another very quickly. With constant practice, Parker experts can climb walls, cross obstacles, and jump from one roof to another. Most of the time, Parker grinds his bones and teeth and thus pays a heavy price for this hobby.
Sarah runs, somersaults, swims in the air, swings in dangerous places, and has successfully passed barriers to military training many times. She says the number of men in the sector is high while women are non-existent and there is no question of a Muslim woman because she calls herself a ‘minority among minorities’.
So far, Sarah has represented many brands and her YouTube channel is gaining popularity.