On Friday, Muslims across the world began celebrating Eid-al Adha, which is held every year during Hajj, the holy pilgrimage.
For the last three years, black Muslims have shared photos of themselves online with the hashtag #BlackOutEid.
Mohamed said she wants people to "understand that it's not for the gaze of non black people to prove that black people are 'here' and 'defeat stereotypes' but to genuinely observe the magnificence of how Black Muslims celebrate Eid, something you can't find in many places."
People really love seeing other people's photos.
And here are just some of the photos that were shared with #BlackOutEid.