Undercover ISIS: Why a lack of women scholars puts us at danger

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‘A common reason for people seeking to be part of groups is to feel included in the community and to find similar people of their religious group and background. However, people I know in the Muslim community have become nervous about attending some Islamic centers teaching Islam, because they cannot verify what is being taught.’ Shereen Malherbe

Read the full article for Muslimah Media Watch here.

 

Published by Shereen Malherbe

Shereen Malherbe is a writer & author. Her novel, Jasmine Falling has been voted as one of the top 20 Best Books by Muslim women. Her second contemporary fiction novel, The Tower, was published by Beacon Books on April 2019. It is now used as academic set text in a US university. Her first children's book of her migrant children’s series, The Girl Who Slept Under The Moon is out now. The Girl Who Stitched the Stars is due out January 2022. Her upcoming Palestinian novel, The Land Beneath the Light is out soon.

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