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Both women are committed to him, he is committed to a cause.
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What particularly interests me as I read on, is how men and women see the world through two different prisms. Khan sees the world through commitment to loyal bonds and societal responsibilities, while the women in his life, both at home and abroad, are more dialed into personal and core family needs. Broken pieces will refuse to fit in later years, and the only thing left is to make the ultimate move, one that is encapsulated in a song by Gulzarina — beautiful, mysterious.
To the reader, Song of Gulzarina opens up a compelling new world — of a people who feel deeply, and express themselves deeply; a people of profound spirituality and close ties. The book is a culture-centered recount of life in which men and women from the South Asian region including Afghanistan emerge as actual human beings, not just figures in news stories about wars, airstrikes and landmines.
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She yawned falsely showing one gold molar in an otherwise perfect set of white teeth. She wore an expensive low-cut silk dress. Her large breasts itched to burst out each time she moved. She pursed her lips and continued watching images of veiled Muslim women on the television.
She looked at me again. I closed my eyes, hoping to chase away the new demons of hate that were racing around in my head. Memories started skating inside on shoes made of razors.
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Why did you raise your children in a lie? No, I never lied. I tried to fight back the slipping thought. I had to beat it back. I have a mission to complete.
You will not stop me. You are the creator of the embers. My mind began to be battered by images: The above extract was meant to be the second part of my third novel.
I had intended to set the novel against the backdrop of the trial of the Bradford 12 of - linking it to the present. The story is set on the last day of the main character. I found your blog while searching for images of Hassan Nasir for a talk we are organising on his life and ideals here at Namal College, Mianwali.
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Exploring your blog, I ended up on the Huffington Post review of your recent book and found out that you speak Pothohari! The Namal Valley is pretty much the western-most part of the Potohar Plateau and I wondered, well, do you visit Pakistan from time to time? And if so, is there any possibility that you might speak at Namal? Thank you for this message.
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