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Are the rising calls for a general polygamy practice, in Muslim countries, grounded and just? Do pro polygamy people possess solid evidence to support their arguments?
Is the information spread out about polygamy in Islam accurate and complete?
Reading Fourth Wife Free will supply you with the missing parts to help you perceive the whole truth and to differentiate accurate i
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Paperback, 166 pages
Published March 10th 2018 by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
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Amel Khalil
May 16, 2018 rated it it was amazing
I felt like I am walking with Sahar Aref through the pages of the book , as if she was talking to me live , she took me in a journey full of knowledge which is rich with proofs and real examples . She was honest and clear while performing the subject of Polygamy .
Thank you Sahar Aref for this interesting journey.
Ayat Khamis
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May 16, 2018
Sahar Aref
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Egyptian Indie Author. Graduated in Girls’ Colleges, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, majoring in English and Comparative Literature.

At the American University in Cairo (AUC,) she studied translation first then studied for her Master's degree where she had a turning point by choosing to study sociology/anthropology. By that, she came closer to people, working with them and for them.

She worked as free transla
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