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This book shatters stereotypes and unveils the multifaceted lives of Muslim women. It delves beyond familiar narratives of marriage and family, exploring their contributions as warriors, scholars, and spiritual leaders. Drawing inspiration from the Quran and Sunnah, it showcases the stories of sixty remarkable women who shaped Islamic history, offering a powerful testament to their strength, resilience, and devotion.
This book analyzes the Rohingya crisis through geopolitical and historical lenses, examining the actions of Burmese state authorities, military, and state-affiliated actors towards the Rohingya population. It argues that these actions constitute systematic ethnic, religious, and political persecution, constituting one of the gravest human rights crises of the modern era, while also addressing the government's denial of the Rohingya's existence and history.