Being a Muslim woman in Greeley is generally not a big deal, except for a few trips to Walmart, said Qumaima and Raghma El last week.
"Sometimes we get a lot of dirty looks," Qumaima said. "One woman told us to 'Go home, you terrorist.' I wanted to tell her we are home."
Qumaima and Raghma were born and raised in Greeley after their father left Libya more than 30 years ago.
But the sisters are still answering questions about how they dress — which includes a hair covering and a long, flowing robe — in their hometown.