We have never experienced hospitality like we have when visiting Muslim friends, exhibited by this amazing spread that was ‘thrown together’ in literally 10 minutes. When a woman in my community and I (Zoe) showed up at the door of our Saudi Arabian neighbor unannounced, she was quick to invite us in and began rummaging around in the kitchen to present us with this a few minutes later. She sat down to snack with us and chat about her family’s journey to College Station. It’s important in Muslim culture to warmly invite guests into the home and present them with food/drink so they don’t have to ask for these things. I’ve heard one Muslim woman say that the food she presents to her guests is actually a blessing from the guests to the household. She explained that guests are a gift from God and they should be We have never experienced hospitality like we have when visiting Muslim friends, exhibited by this amazing spread that was ‘thrown together’ in literally 10 minutes. When a woman in my community and I (Zoe) showed up at the door of our Saudi Arabian neighbor unannounced, she was quick to invite us in and began rummaging around in the kitchen to present us with this a few minutes later. She sat down to snack with us and chat about her family’s journey to College Station. It’s important in Muslim culture to warmly invite guests into the home and present them with food/drink so they don’t have to ask for these things. I’ve heard one Muslim woman say that the food she presents to her guests is actually a blessing from the guests to the household. She explained that guests are a gift from God and they should be We have never experienced hospitality like we have when visiting Muslim friends, exhibited by this amazing spread that was ‘thrown together’ in literally 10 minutes. When a woman in my community and I (Zoe) showed up at the door of our Saudi Arabian neighbor unannounced, she was quick to invite us in and began rummaging around in the kitchen to present us with this a few minutes later. She sat down to snack with us and chat about her family’s journey to College Station. It’s important in Muslim culture to warmly invite guests into the home and present them with food/drink so they don’t have to ask for these things. I’ve heard one Muslim woman say that the food she presents to her guests is actually a blessing from the guests to the household. She explained that guests are a gift from God and they should be We have never experienced hospitality like we have when visiting Muslim friends, exhibited by this amazing spread that was ‘thrown together’ in literally 10 minutes. When a woman in my community and I (Zoe) showed up at the door of our Saudi Arabian neighbor unannounced, she was quick to invite us in and began rummaging around in the kitchen to present us with this a few minutes later. She sat down to snack with us and chat about her family’s journey to College Station. It’s important in Muslim culture to warmly invite guests into the home and present them with food/drink so they don’t have to ask for these things. I’ve heard one Muslim woman say that the food she presents to her guests is actually a blessing from the guests to the household. She explained that guests are a gift from God and they should be We have never experienced hospitality like we have when visiting Muslim friends, exhibited by this amazing spread that was ‘thrown together’ in literally 10 minutes. When a woman in my community and I (Zoe) showed up at the door of our Saudi Arabian neighbor unannounced, she was quick to invite us in and began rummaging around in the kitchen to present us with this a few minutes later. She sat down to snack with us and chat about her family’s journey to College Station. It’s important in Muslim culture to warmly invite guests into the home and present them with food/drink so they don’t have to ask for these things. I’ve heard one Muslim woman say that the food she presents to her guests is actually a blessing from the guests to the household. She explained that guests are a gift from God and they should be We have never experienced hospitality like we have when visiting Muslim friends, exhibited by this amazing spread that was ‘thrown together’ in literally 10 minutes. When a woman in my community and I (Zoe) showed up at the door of our Saudi Arabian neighbor unannounced, she was quick to invite us in and began rummaging around in the kitchen to present us with this a few minutes later. She sat down to snack with us and chat about her family’s journey to College Station. It’s important in Muslim culture to warmly invite guests into the home and present them with food/drink so they don’t have to ask for these things. I’ve heard one Muslim woman say that the food she presents to her guests is actually a blessing from the guests to the household. She explained that guests are a gift from God and they should be We have never experienced hospitality like we have when visiting Muslim friends, exhibited by this amazing spread that was ‘thrown together’ in literally 10 minutes. When a woman in my community and I (Zoe) showed up at the door of our Saudi Arabian neighbor unannounced, she was quick to invite us in and began rummaging around in the kitchen to present us with this a few minutes later. She sat down to snack with us and chat about her family’s journey to College Station. It’s important in Muslim culture to warmly invite guests into the home and present them with food/drink so they don’t have to ask for these things. I’ve heard one Muslim woman say that the food she presents to her guests is actually a blessing from the guests to the household. She explained that guests are a gift from God and they should be We have never experienced hospitality like we have when visiting Muslim friends, exhibited by this amazing spread that was ‘thrown together’ in literally 10 minutes. When a woman in my community and I (Zoe) showed up at the door of our Saudi Arabian neighbor unannounced, she was quick to invite us in and began rummaging around in the kitchen to present us with this a few minutes later. She sat down to snack with us and chat about her family’s journey to College Station. It’s important in Muslim culture to warmly invite guests into the home and present them with food/drink so they don’t have to ask for these things. I’ve heard one Muslim woman say that the food she presents to her guests is actually a blessing from the guests to the household. She explained that guests are a gift from God and they should be