Author: Ahmed Toufiq

Moroccan novelist and historian Ahmed Toufiq worked as a professor of history in the Faculty of Letters and Human Sciences in Rabat (1970–1989). He was later appointed director of the Institute of African Studies at the Mohammed V University. In 1995 he became director of the National Library of Morocco. His many novels, including Jarat Abi Musa, Shajarat Hinna' Wa Qamar (A Tree of Henna and a Moon) and Al Sayl, are well-known in the Islamic world.

Abu Musa's Women Neighbors
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Abu Musa's Women Neighbors

The Post-Apollo Press

Fiction. Middle Eastern Studies. ABU MUSA'S WOMEN NEIGHBORS is a tale of political intrigue, whose themes of power and its abuses and the relationship between the secular and the sacred are as much a part of today's Arab world as they were in the pr...

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