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  Hina Khan 23 September 2004  
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On her search for her Islamic identity and her film, Jihad - struggling with Islam

After the attacks on New York and Washington on September 11 th 2001, Canadian filmmaker Hina Khan decided that she needed to search for her own Islamic identity.

She decided to make a documentary about her quest to find a place for herself within a religion she's been born into. 

Jenni talks to her about her quest and about her film,Jihad: Struggling with Islam  which receives its UK premier atThe Bite The Mango Festival in Bradford on Saturday.  

For more information about Hina Khan's film see Bite the Mango Film Festival

Jihad - struggling with Islam will also be shown in London on Friday 1 October at 7.30 at The Window, 13 Windsor Street, N1

Islam and the West
Religion & Ethics - Islam


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