Islam and the West
Carla Power talked about her book, If the Oceans Were Ink, a memoir on her experiences getting to know and discussing religion with a Muslim cleric, and the lessons Westerners could learn from her ongoing talks with the cleric and his family, particularly the women in his life. Jonathan Curiel, an author of books on Islam and its impact on the West, moderated. close
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Jonathan Curiel Staff Writer (Former) San Francisco Chronicle
Carla Power Author and Journalist
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- IF THE OCEANS WERE INK : AN UNLIKELY FRIENDSHIP AND A JOURNEY TO THE HEART OF THE QURAN.
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