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Secrets Under the Olive Tree

"Secrets Under the Olive Tree"

“We are a people who tell stories, Layla. You will now have your own story to tell."With this premise, Secrets Of the Olive Tree engages the reader in a novel that will tug at every human emotion an
Last Updated on Tuesday, 04 November 2014 12:01

“Salaam Love"- Book Review

“Salaam Love- Book Review
Alykhan Boolani highlights how “Terrified Immigrant Syndrome” can be an even more intense phenomenon in smaller Islamic sects, and how the ever present specter of community involvement stifles pro
Last Updated on Sunday, 31 August 2014 13:15

“Once Upon a Time in Jerusalem” (Book Review)

“Once Upon a Time in Jerusalem” (Book Review)
In the book's introduction, Dr. Hamouda writes, "My mother's tales about her house in Old Jerusalem have always been an integral part of my life. She never told me fairy tales, or any kind of tales.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 17 June 2014 12:49

Islam’s Journey Into Southeast Asia

Islam’s Journey Into Southeast Asia
Defined as the region of land between India to the west, China to the north, and the Pacific Ocean to the east, Southeast Asia today comprises 10 countries: Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia
Last Updated on Sunday, 25 May 2014 11:53

“The Reluctant Mullah” (Book Review)

“The Reluctant Mullah” (Book Review)
Surrounded by the story of second-generation cultural upheaval among the kids of immigrant parents in the U.K., the central character Musa, a 20 something son of Pakistani immigrants is a delightful a
Last Updated on Sunday, 18 May 2014 12:12

“Muslim American Women On Campus” (Book Review)

“Muslim American Women On Campus” (Book Review)
A quick read over the references shows that Mir has a vested and long relationship with the subject matter, and with this experience, comes the important finding that women will create unique, multidi
Last Updated on Sunday, 09 March 2014 11:38

“SoPhia” (Book Review)

“SoPhia” (Book Review)
The book is predominantly set in Johannesburg, South Africa with a small part of the book set in Mauritius. On the front cover, the book is described as tactile Why? Because this novel tackles the sen
Last Updated on Sunday, 16 February 2014 14:12

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