(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)
Journalist teacher Nazneen Khan-Östrem has been exploring Muslim environments in New York, Paris, London, Berlin and Oslo. There she met a multitude of Muslim voices that rarely resonate in our domestic press. In the book My holy war, which came out this week, she lets them speak.
- I wanted to inform about the width of the Muslims, she says in the tow southwest southwest with the cut r intact.
- I also wanted to find a confirmation of my own identity as a Muslim woman in the West. And I met like-minded people with a strong relationship with Islam. They had dropped the hijab, put on make-up and in everyday life boycotted the patriarchal structures. So I'm probably no one deviates anyway, she laughs.
Khan-Østrem was born in Kenya, raised in England and Flekkefjord, and her family has roots in the border area between Afghanistan and that. . .
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