Deborah Scroggins “Wanted Women”

February 1st, 2012

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Two young women who, at first glance, could not be more opposite from each other, actually have much in common, says the veteran journalist who has written a dual biography of them.

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Deborah Scroggins‘s book “Wanted Women” illuminates an entire generation of Muslims through the lives of activist Ayaan Hirsi Ali and religious extremist Aafia Siddiqui.

One is a martyr, the other a she-devil — but who’s who depends entirely on whom you’re asking.

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Siddiqui was branded “Lady al-Qaeda” for her involvement with extremist factions. Hirsi Ali has defiantly renounced the Muslim fundamentalism in which she was raised, to become a darling of the anti-Islam extremists.

Scroggins says she came to this story through a coincidence of sorts….

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