(SOUTH FLORIDA SUN-SENTINEL) Most of them will never know what it’s like to be taunted for their faith.

They’ll likely never be bullied or physically attacked for what they wear or have racial epithets thrown their way.

But on Thursday afternoon, some members of the West Broward High flag football team took a stand and got a small taste of how difficult life can sometimes be for one of their own.

Before taking the field for their regular-season finale at McArthur High, many of the Bobcats voluntarily donned a hijab, the traditional head scarf worn by Muslim women.

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