Farzana Hassan, also known as Farzana Hassan Shahid, is a Pakistani-Canadian author, speaker, and human rights activist who focuses on the treatment of Muslim women and has expressed support for banning the burqa. She is a columnist for the Toronto Sun and a former President of the Muslim Canadian Congress.
Books Hassan has authored include Islam, Women and the Challenges of Today: Modernist Insights and Feminist Perspectives (2006); Unveiled: A Canadian Muslim Woman's Struggle Against Misogyny, Sharia and Jihad (2012); and The Case Against Jihad (2018).
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