Everyday Struggles – The Stories of Muslim Teens

Everyday Struggles – The Stories of Muslim Teens

Compiled by Sumaiya Beshir

Paperback (6×9)
112 Pages

Life is a series of trials and tribulations.  Teenage life sometimes feels like a crash course.  Muslim teens face unique struggles as a result of their identity.

In this book, real Muslim teens have shared their innermost thoughts and feelings about their teenage years. They’ve invited us in to take a peek at the wild roller coaster ride that is high school, to join them on this journey of incredible highs and discouraging lows, to feel their happiness, sadness, determination, confusion, pride, anxiety and excitement. To join them in their struggles, their everyday struggles.

This book contains stories on a variety of issues faced by Muslim teens today. It addresses such topics as dealing with misconceptions about Islam in school, a new convert’s struggle to understand the necessity of the hijab, a Muslim teen’s thoughts after 9/11, and the pressure of attending that coveted high school prom. The book is also scattered with short poems and reflections on the emotions that accompany most Muslim teens as they struggle to maintain their Muslim identity and navigate through the maze of high school during this pivotal time in their lives.

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