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Love in a Headscarf is the humorous and irreverent memoir of growing up as a Muslim woman, looking for faith and love. Now published and translated globally, the Guardian described it as “irreverent and feminine” and the Daily Mail called it ‘hilarious’, and right now it is the Number 2 bestseller in India.
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Dear Shelina Zahra Janmohamed,
I have recently read your book ‘Love in a headscarf’ and found it very interesting. It highlights Muslim women’s perspective of life in a western society. I think religion is important but living in a western world can sometimes have an influence on religion.
I am an undergraduate Muslim student studying journalism at Sheffield Hallam University. As part of my dissertation I am looking at why Muslim women wear the hijab. I am also hoping to look at how beliefs change in different generations.
I understand you recently did an interview with Angela Robson from the BBC. Angela is my dissertation supervisor and she suggested it would be a good idea to do an interview with you. Would you have time to do this? Your help and support would be hugely appreciated.
Look forward to hearing from you.
I’d be happy to talk to you – why don’t you send me another message, and we can work out the best way to do it,
i am gay and racist towards muslims
Love in a Headscarf is suitable for all readers, however they choose to self-identify. Hope you enjoy reading it.
i am a 13year old girl from india.i read the first chapter of ur book.it was good.i request u write a book to inspire muslim girls to wear the headscarf.
salam zahra, so pleased to hear that you are enjoying the book. shelina
thanx for answering!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Hey,this is Zahra again.I wanted to ask what inspired you to write that wonderful book of yours?I want to become a writer when i grow up,insha allah,i will.I was just just curious!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1
Please do reply!!!!!!!!!!
I just finished reading your book yesterday, and it was a wonderful way to end the year. I’m so thankful to have read it, and that you wrote it. Congratulations, and all the best.
So glad to hear you enjoyed it. Thanks for letting me know!
Salaam! Thank you for passing on some of your wisdom to me, your words have been resonating with me for a couple of days now. I’m in that strange part of life now myself where I’m searching for too many things at once. Of course, I’m nervous and terrified, I have my days when I want to throw responsibility out the window and be five again. I am not sure how things will possibly turn out almost right for me, but I’ve found some comfort in LIAH. Thanks
Hi Shelina, I am a huge follower of your articles and work. I have lately been quite intrigued at how Muslim Markets and consumers are progressng.
I am also a regular contributor to an online business strategy magazine focused on the OIC Markets.
I’mkeen to contribute and work with you in any which way possible.
I would love hearing from you!
We also need to re-establish our connection with Quran, and the way we can change out lives, just because Allah asks us to do certain things & forbids some. As it has been instructed to :enter in the Islam, completely”.
Unfortunately we’ve left Quran, inside the upper shelves of our studies, out of sheer respect, whereas it was their to be acted upon.
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