Majid Rafizadeh

A God Who Hates Women Majid Rafizadeh Book Review

A God Who Hates Women | Majid Rafizadeh | Book Review

In ‘A God Who Hates Women,’ set against the backdrop of the 1979 Islamic revolution in Syria and Iran, author Dr. Majid Rafizadeh delves into his mother Amira’s tumultuous life. Born into a society that devalued girls, Amira’s journey unfolds with forced marriage, abuse, and relentless struggle. It’s a gripping exploration of a family’s resilience in the face of brutal patriarchy, offering a stark portrayal of an era marked by ancient traditions and the relentless pursuit of survival.