The lives of ordinary Muslim women around Australia are little known and often misunderstood. They are working professionals, mothers and students navigating the expectations of their families and the traditions they brought with them to their new country. These women are the new face of Islam. Lawyer and author Nadia Jamal reveals to ABC journalist, Sarah MacDonald, how these “Headstrong Daughters” are finding ways to stay true to their faith
National Museum of Australia: Bunyip Room
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