British Muslim women speak out in a challenging book

Adela Suliman | Thomson Reuters Foundation | Published — Tuesday 10 October 2017 LONDON: From a jaded TV chat show host to a Middle Eastern actress who longs to be cast as a ghostbuster, not endless jihadi brides, the stories in Sabrina Mahfouz’s anthology of British Muslim women all do one thing: challenge stereotypes. […]

via Jihadi brides, dating and identity: British Muslim women speak out — The Muslim Times



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