Under the Veil: Islam's Shrouded Secret
Fourteen hundred years have passed since Islam's inception and the key question remains: have the lives of millions of Islamic women improved? This book examines the daily existence of girls and women who have no choice but to live by antiquated religious, cultural, and tribal practices such as honor killing, stoning, and female genital mutilation. The suffering of Muslim women, as dictated by the Koran, Prophet Mohammad's Hadiths, and ruling mullahs everywhere, is certainly the darkest mark in the history of humanity.
- Paperback | 213 pages
- 147.32 x 208.28 x 15.24mm | 317.51g
- 06 Apr 2011
- London, United Kingdom