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Mona Eltahawy is Wrong

Let it be known that I’m humbled to see someone with such passion lead the charge for justice, equality, and complete human rights. I just wish it wasn’t someone so fundamentally wrong.

How to Write About Muslims

(This was originally posted over at my own blog – you can read the comments – negative and positive – there) Last week, I read Judy Bacharach’s “Twice Branded – Western Women in Muslim Lands” (bint battuta already dug into it here). You may also want to take a gander at the growing catfight between […]

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