Muslim Women Reflecting on Identity in Sarajevo

In Sarajevo, Dr. Amineh Hoti of the Journey into Europe team interviewed two Muslim women on the topic of Bosnian identity, Nermina Idriz and Inas Hamidadean, who both have significant connections outside Bosnia. Nermina, a social worker originally from Bosnia, now lives in Penzberg, Germany and is married to Benjamin Idriz, a prominent imam in Germany who heads the Islamic Forum of Penzberg. Inas, a businesswoman, comes from a prominent Yemeni family and lives in Sarajevo. She is married to Professor Esmir Ganic who is the president of the American University in Bosnia and Herzegovina and was a great supporter of the Journey into Europe project in Bosnia.

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One response to “Muslim Women Reflecting on Identity in Sarajevo

  1. Good effort

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