The world’s oldest woman of 124-years belongs to Palestine and has refused to remove her scarf in front of Guinness World Records Team. She was a real Muslim woman, who had lived 124 years and become the world’s oldest woman. Her son and grandson were also supporting her in refusal to remove scarf in front of none-Muslims.
Maryam Hamdan Ammash had performed Hajj (Pilgrimage) and Umrah five and ten times respectively. The Guinness Book of World Records’ team was of the view to remove the scarf, while she denied to take off her scarf, as she was not interested to put her name at Guinness Book after removing her scarf, as she was a real Muslim Woman.
Jeanne Louise Calment from France was the world’s oldest person according to the Guinness Book of World Records, who lived 122 years and 164 days. But Maryam Hamdan had set another world’s record by breaking the previous, but Guinness Team did not put her name up, as she was not removing her scarf.
Maryam Hamdan was born in Turkey, and she was showing her Turkish Birth Certificate and Identity Card, which was clearly showing that she was of 124-years age. She was bron in 1888 and died few weeks ago, therefore she could be consider for the world’s oldest person or lady. But Guinness World Records team did not accept her record breaking age, as she was a Muslim women and not taking off her scarf.