The unforgivable silence of Suu Kyi and the dismay of a Nobel laureate

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Abu Sufian

The 1991 Nobel Peace Prize laureate, Aung San Suu Kyi is widely known as ‘a democracy hero’ and/or ‘Human Rights Champion’ in her home country Myanmar and beyond. Without a shred of doubt, she contributed to her country and tried to restore democracy over and over again, showing her strong resilience against the military dictatorship.

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Listening to a Diasporic British Muslim Woman Writer’s Voice: An Interview with Shelina Janmohamed

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Abu Sufian

Writer, columnist and social activist Shelina Zahra Janmohamed was born in 1974 in the UK. She is a British Muslim writer of East-African and South-Asian origin. Janmohamed’s parents emigrated from Tanzania to Britain in 1967. The Guardian describes her as “a commentator on British Islam and Muslim women”.[i]

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