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Ex-Muslim Yasmine Mohammed explains recent terror attacks—Cancel This

Yasmine Mohammed escaped a forced, abusive marriage to an Al-Qaeda operative, became an advocate for women's rights through her non-profit organization Free Hearts, Free Minds.

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The recent terror attacks that struck France and Austria has raised many concerns on the future and safety of Europe. It furthermore has garnered interest in understanding why these horrific attacks keep happening and what we need to do different as a society.

Yasmine Mohammed is an expert on the topic. She is not only an author and activist, but also someone who grew up in an abusive fundamentalist household. Her life story is tragic, but also incredibly beautiful and freeing.  

In today's divided media climate, it is a rare opportunity to speak to someone who has valuable insight in a topic that is become more and more prevalent in daily life: Radical Islamic Terror.

Yasmine Mohammed

Yasmine Mohammed is an ex-Muslim Canadian educator, human rights activist and author who is critical of Islam and World Hijab Day. Mohammed, who escaped a forced, abusive marriage to an Al-Qaeda operative, became an advocate for women's rights through her non-profit organization Free Hearts, Free Minds.

Her book, Unveiled, is a memoir/polemic that recalls her experiences growing up in a fundamentalist Islamic household and her arranged marriage to a member of Al-Qaeda. In it, she sheds light on the religious trauma that so many women still today are unable to discuss.

Ayaan Hirsi Ali's Infidel meets The Handmaid's Tale; Yasmine Mohammed's book is out from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Kindle and more!

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