Popular African Religious Books

Find religious books written by authors from Africa for the next part of the Read Around The World Challenge. (3)

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Modestly by Dina Torkia EN

Rating: 4     1 Vote
Country: Africa / Egypt flag Egypt
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“I defy any woman to flick through Modestly, through Dina’s musings on bullying, eating disorders, maternity wear, contouring and feminism, and not find something they can relate to” – METRO ‘This is the story of my life. It’s about me as a Muslim Brit embracing dual identities, surviving the turbulent teens and transitioning from self-doubt to self-belief. There is a little bit of drama, lots of laughs, plenty of practical advice and a shedload of bold statements. You can’t get a Muslim woman in a hijab with no opinion, am I right?!' Dina x Guys, get ready. YouTuber and social media sensation... continue

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Tålamod

Tålamod by Djaili Amadou Amal SV

Rating: 3     1 Vote
Country: Africa / Cameroon flag Cameroon
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Tre kvinnor. Tre berättelser. Tre sammanlänkade öden. En dag får Ramla veta att hon ska gifta sig med sin pappas äldre affärspartner. Samma dag ska hennes syster Hindou giftas bort med deras våldsamma kusin. För Safira, som sedan länge är gift med mannen Ramla lovats bort till, kastas hela tillvaron omkull. Ingen av dem har tillfrågats, ingen har heller någon väg ut. Munyal -- ha tålamod! lyder istället uppmaningen från en omedgörlig omgivning, där traditioner, familjeband och ekonomiska förh&... continue

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The Veil And The Male Elite : A Feminist Interpretation Of Women's Rights In Islam by Fatima Mernissi EN

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Country: Africa / Morocco flag Morocco
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Convinced that the veil is a symbol of unjust male authority over women, in The Veil and the Male Elite, Moroccan feminist Fatima Mernissi aims to investigate the origins of the practice in the first Islamic community.