Yoga instructor Diala Jamaleddin conducts a class during an event.
Niloufar Saleem, Staff Reporter
A Syrian yoga instructor, Diala Jamaleddin, who lives in Egypt's Cairo city, conducted a yoga class for women in front of the Giza pyramid.
The classes were a part of an event that shed light on the issue of violence against women amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
To support the eradication of any kind of domestic or mental violence done against women amid the pandemic, Diala Jamaleddin gathered many women for yoga in front of the beautiful pyramids of Giza.
The yoga event brought many women living in Egypt together to support Diala and be a part of the noble cause behind it.
Diala is a young fitness enthusiast and a former tennis player based in Egypt.
She is also an artist, a certified nutritionist and is soon to be a mother in the coming days.
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