Are Muslim Women Oppressed?

Are Muslim Women Oppressed?

by Zohra Sarwari
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Are Muslim Women Oppressed? by Zohra Sarwari

Learn about the dignified and well-managed lives of Muslim women and know the reasons why they dress the way they do. ‘Are Muslim Women Oppressed?’ answers your questions: Why do Muslim women wear those weird clothes? Are they doing it for men? Are they inferior? Do they have no rights? ‘Are Muslim Women Oppressed?’ will reveal the truth behind the concealed Muslim woman.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940000786420
Publisher: Zohra Sarwari
Publication date: 10/16/2009
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 3 MB

About the Author

Zohra Sarwari is an established author, coach, entrepreneur, and speaker, sharing her inspiration and love of learning with those around her. She is the author of 10 books, "9 Steps To Achieve Your Destiny" is her first self published book. This book is a must for all youth and adults; it explores the steps that, if practiced daily, will change your life.

As a public speaker and Muslim life coach, Zohra focuses on helping people achieve their goals and working with individuals on resolving specific challenges within their lives. She is working to help youth become productive for society and themselves and learns to earn at a young age as well as adults to achieve their aims of life.


Her newly published books include:

1)9 Steps To Achieve Your Destiny (Revised Ed.)


3)Imagine that Today is YOUR Last Day

4)Are Muslim Women Oppressed? Beyond the Veil

5)Powerful Time Management Skills for Muslims

6)Speaking Skills Every Muslim Must Know

7)Who Am I? Figure Out YOUR Identity

8)The Key Strategies That Can Make Anyone A Successful Leader

9)Time Management for Success (E-book)

10)Become a Professional Speaker Today (E-book)

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