Muslim immigrants' ID cards used to build a 'wall of defiance'

Sobia Ahmad has built a wall, not a border wall, but an artistic one that highlights the faces, fears and faith of America's Muslim immigrants.

    US President Donald Trump's hardline immigration policies have been at the centre of debate not only in the United States, but worldwide.

    And one artist in Washington has built her own wall - to highlight the faces, fears and faith of America's Muslim immigrants.

    Artist Sobia Ahmad transferred ink from Muslim American immigrants' ID photos onto ceramic tiles for her wall installation.


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