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Hanifa Deen Hanifa Deen i(A83826 works by)
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Hanifa Deen is an author of Pakistani-Muslim background who specialises in narrative non-fiction. In 2011 she was an Honorary Fellow at the Asia Institute's National Centre of Excellence in Islamic Studies at the University of Melbourne.

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The Jihād Seminar 2008 single work non-fiction In March 2002, three Muslims attend an evangelical Christian seminar promoted to reveal the inner secrets of Holy Jihad. Shocked by what they hear, they convince the Islamic Council of Victoria to lodge a complaint against Catch the Fire Ministries, under a controversial new hate speech law.
2008 short-listed Human Rights Awards Literature Non-Fiction Award
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