Halal If You Hear Me to showcase diversity in Islam

Poetry book aims to show there are as many ways to be an American Muslim as there are Muslim people.

    A new collection of poems hopes to showcase the diversity of American Muslims.

    Fatimah Asghar and Safia Elhillo are behind the new book called Halal if You Hear Me.

    They hope to show there are as many ways to be Muslim as there are Muslim people.


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