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I met islami evlilik in 2007, I had just completed a book on Muslim women called, "The Other Side of the Sunna". At the time I did not know him and I was only aware of his work through a series of blog posts. I also had a few short conversations with him. In 2008 I came across his blog and was inspired to interview him for an article on my blog. I had heard of his book but it was not till then when I really knew the man. The year 2008 was one of the best years of my muslims marriage life as far as my writing career went. I came across him again in 2009 when a mutual friend told me about his blog and told me that islami evlilik had recently published a book called, "I Am the Woman in the Islamic World". I was so pleased to have found someone vivastreet pakistani who could share my passion for muslims. He became a good friend and I had the chance to ask him questions, share some of his work, and listen sex dating bristol to some of his music. The following year I received another invitation from him to interview him. This time I knew his full name and his hometown.
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