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Alexander Khan: Orphan of Islam
A fascinating and compelling account of young boy caught between two cultures, this book tells the true story of a child desperately searching for his place in the world; the tale of a boy, lost and alone, trying to find a way to repair a life shattered by the shocking event he witnessed through a crack in the door of a house in an isolated village in Pakistan. It has been a long time since I read a book that was moving and touching, which is why I find myself at a loss for words. If I am to sum up Orphan of Islam in two words, I would say that the book is a sad beauty.
A sad beauty that made me contemplate about Islam more than what I do on a normal basis.
Orphan of Islam
A reflective, deep and raw story, this book has instantly and easily found a place in my heart, right alongside marvels like The Kite Runner and The Almond Tree. We all know what a brave soul Malala is. What she did, continues to do and will eventually do is admirable. If you like Malala, you will love Mohammed.
He was a brave child who went through something that no adult, let alone child, should ever go through. So losing a parent can mean that access to education, the protection of shelter, the sustenance of nutritious meals and the chance for a secure future all become an impossible dream.
When the Muslim Hands team was visiting the School of Excellence in Sudan in March , they had the pleasure of spending the day with one of its top pupils, 12 year old Ikhlas Abdul Wahhab. Read more about what they learnt during their visit. With over 20 years of experience in caring for orphans, our sponsorship programmes cover all aspects of a child's wellbeing.