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Introduction The Glory Garage Undercover Keeping it in the Family The Teenage Bride Divorcing the Community You'll Die a Virgin Brotherly Love From Fast to Feast My Dad My Mum Keeping my head above Water Soft Targets Lebanese = Rapist = Terrorist Embracing the hijab Destiny on the Internet Call to Prayer The Marriage Ceremony Women Only What's in a Name? The Road to Conversion From Sydney to Mecca Afterword
Nadia Jamal has been a journalist at The Sydney Morning Herald since 1997, and is currently Deputy Chief of Staff. She has worked on the World desk, helping to coordinate coverage of major events including the war in Iraq, and editing the daily pages. She has also been the Herald's Night Chief of Staff and education and urban affairs writer. Nadia is studying law and has participated in the Edward R. Murrow program for journalists, organised by the US State Department. Taghred Chandab was a producer of 2UE's Steve Price show and more recently a freelance producer at the ABC. She now works as a journalist for the Sun Herald newspaper in Sydney.
'a frank yet loving exploration of second-generation Lebanese Australians' attitudes to their parents, their religion and their community.' Age, 9/7/05.'extremely timely...an insight into the everyday dilemmas these young people face in a secular society...a wonderfully diverse collection of stories' Reading TimeVol 49:4'the gentle way in which many Islamic customs are demystified allows the reader a greater understanding of life as a Muslim woman, making this a most worthwhile addition to multicultural literature.'Reading TimeVol 50:3