Laleh Bakhtiar

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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.

Misogyny in Islamic Countries and the US

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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