The question of identity sits at the root of personal self-worth. But, as Haroon Moghul’s experineces illustrate, identity is shaped and asserted by life’s changing circumstances and a person’s responses to them, A Muslim American identity is the projection of being comfortable in, and responsive to, his or her “Muslim-ness” and his or her “American-ness” at the same time, because they are socially inter-twined.
Here is a review of Haroon Moghul’s book: A Muslim’s difficult journey through despair to grace. Read Review. Courtesy: Ausma Zehanat Khan, The Washington Post