Publisher: Oneworld Publications
Weight: 420 g
The story of Islam as never presented before.
Khadija was the first believer, to whom the Prophet Muhammad often turned for advice. At a time when strongmen quickly seized power from any female Muslim ruler, Arwa of Yemen reigned alone for five decades. In nineteenth-century Russia, Mukhlisa Bubi championed the rights of women and girls, and became the first Muslim woman judge in modern history. After the Gestapo took down a Resistance network in Paris, British spy Noor Inayat Khan found herself the only undercover radio operator left in that city.
In this unique history, Hossein Kamaly celebrates the lives and achievements of twenty-one extraordinary women in the story of Islam, from the formative days of the religion to the present.
Really comprehensive and engaging book covering religious, political, and cultural history in an accessible and engaging way. The book is filled with moving stories and moments and I would highly recommend to anyone looking to gain knowledge into a broad Islamic history.
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