As she has specified in the introduction of her book she is an American Muslim from foreigner Pakistani guardians who has conceived in Chicago. She has made up a title for herself “I am s self broadcasted Muslim women’s activist cowgirl….my soul is a blend of American independence, the American west, the Islam that I grew up with and hone, my family code of morals and the Feminism I have faith in.” She has distributed another book “Why I am Muslim”.
She was a 25 years of age understudy contemplating law at New York when this book distributed in 2000. She has composed articles for the Denver Post, fiction for the Susquehanna Review. It appears she has blended some of Islamic principles with the conditions of living in America to make a light-disapproved of women’s activist Muslim. From the proofs she gives in her book, she likely says her five day by day supplications and quick amid Ramezan and helps philanthropy yet thinks simply unobtrusive clothing is sufficient to spare Hijab, or in judgment day she would not be liable for not complying with a total Halal eating regimen.
She imagines that American Islam as it develops and advances will offer a model to Islam in whatever remains of the universes: a purer Islam. “I trust American Islam is a purer type of Islam than is honed in some Islamic nations.”
About the bookHasan distributed her book before 9/11. After this occasion in a meeting in National radio, she said that some of moderate Muslims have said her, “You can’t be a Muslim and trust that!” and she replied, “Yes, I can!” In the meeting, she didn’t specify what was her significance of “that”, so a look on her book would get a thought what “that” implied.