10 minutes with … Yasmine Hafiz

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(UNDATED) Like other American Muslim teenagers, Yasmine Hafiz grew up in Arizona trying to balance secular and religious cultures that seemed increasingly in conflict after the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Tired of constantly trying to clear up confusions and combat discrimination, she, her mother Dilara and her younger brother Imran wrote “The American Muslim Teenager’s Handbook,” […]

  • We were in a bookstore and I was looking in the teen nonfiction section and saw a lot of really nice resources for Christians teens, Jewish teens,even one for Wiccan teens, but there wasn’t one for Muslims.