#FabulousVeilsNovel#I’m not a feminist

My cause is beyond men and women. Beyond feminism. My novel is a call for Humanity. It’s about the human being, whether a male or a female. It’s about the limiting beliefs and lack of freedom we suffer from in Egypt and worldwide. If you are a parent you will find yourself within its pages. If you’re a young adult you will find it expressing what you wished to cry out and couldn’t.

#FabulousVeilsNovel#Mothers are Role Models

One of my favourite interviews. Mixing it with laughters, Lamia Tamam pinpointed serious issues in our community. Fatherhood isn’t limited to financial duties and children do need to be raised by both parents . Mothers are role models, they ought to watch themselves and be aware of the model they are leaving for their children.

#FabulousVeilsNovel#Women are Oppressors

Fabulous Veils isn’t a call for women’s rights. The novel is inspired from true stories and displays the oppression of both men and women in Egypt. Whether it’s originated from false religious beliefs, rotten traditions, or norms the results are the same; a generation of oppressed youth. The novel is a call for reflection and self-correction.