Laleh Bakhtiar

In-House Scholar, Kazi Publications

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In-house scholar for Kazi Publications, a 35 year-old, Muslim publisher based in Chicago, Illinois; author of many books about Islam and women’s rights, she recently translated the Koran

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A Bangladeshi woman was hounded out of her country for comments about the Koran and women's rights. Now she's had death threats from Muslims in India.

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