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Winner of The Benjamin Franklin

Book Award, Silver Medal

Book Award,
Silver Medal

INVISIBLE MARTYRS

Farhana Qazi

#INVISIBLE MARTYRS

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From an award-winning instructor and international public speaker: the path to understanding extreme female violence and the true practice of Islam.

American scholar Farhana Qazi uses storytelling and twenty years of research on conflicts in the Muslim world to understand extremist women and the misinterpretations of Islam.

Through her counterterrorism work, she discovers the true practice of Islam and believes that the principles of love, mercy, and inclusion are absent from the hateful messages used by extremists.

With soulful spirituality, Qazi finds new ways to address this unpredictable phenomenon and answers the deeper questions about Islam.

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The cover photograph is courtesy of Steve McCurry. (Picture of Daal Lake, Srinagar, 1993)

 

 Secrets of the Kashmir Valley 

1st Edition

Available on Amazon 

 

In a land of militants and a majestic Army, women live beyond fear. They are protestors, political activists and peace-makers. In this incredible journey, Qazi examines conflict from both sides of the border, moving across mountains in India and Pakistan to discover an unforgettable people. (Pharos, 2016) 

 

 

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