It takes wisdom and bravery to search for truth, without condition.
Deceptively simple and accessible, the book deals comprehensively with complex contemporary issues in a chatty, effervescent style that belies the erudite content.
Two of Irshad's books made my reading list and I strongly recommend both.
I was genuinely excited to see how Manji could indeed reconcile Islam and progressive values, but I come away rather disappointed.
The spin begins early. Read more
Irshad's second book is thoughtful and inspiring. I would also recommend you check out the Moral Courage Project clips on Youtube for another dimension of this woman's work! Read morePublished 6 months ago by CarolZ.
i THOUGHT THE BOOK WOULD TELL ME ABOUT iSLAM FROM A FEMALE BELIEVER'S VIEWPOINT, BUT IT DID NOT EVEN ATTEMPT IT.Published 6 months ago by afdahkar
very intelligently written, respectful of faith & culture. Irshad drives her points home in that respect. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Sjunaid
Manji's first, "The Trouble with Islam," was a bracing wake up call, but the sequel is a bit of a letdown. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Daniel G. Schaeffer
This woman is such a highly educated writer and knows so much about religions, especially the one she grew up with which was Islam. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Barbara Renton
Whether you are a Muslim or non-Muslim, this book will help you separate the message from its flawed messengers. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Kimberly Robb Baker