"A Bad Girl of Islam," by Faith Complex
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"A Bad Girl of Islam," by Faith Complex

Muslim reformer and feminist Asra Nomani discusses her childhood, Wahabiism and the impact that the murder of her friend Daniel Pearl had on her Muslim faith with Jacques Berlinerblau of Georgetown University's "Faith Complex."

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