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Superman is an Arab: On God, Marriage, Macho Men and Other Disastrous Inventions (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 6. September 2012

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'A blast of fresh, fiery air - Haddad has produced a vital, topical must-read for all sexes, races and cultures. Her book is a timely and completely unique addition to the commentary surrounding misogynist oppression, religion, politics and social freedom which have ignited commentators, activists and politicians around the world. The revolution and its backlash are not just being fought in the streets, squares and elections across the Middle East, but also on the faces and bodies of millions of Arab women and their sisters across the world. Haddad speaks for all of us. It's time to listen.' Bidisha 'Joumana Haddad, a Lebanese poet and journalist, has written a bold and often very funny polemic on patriarchy in the Arab world.' Lucy Popescu, The Independent

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Joumana Haddad is an award-winning poet, literary translator, publisher and journalist. In 2008 she launched the Arab world's first erotic cultural magazine, Jasad (Body), which made headlines around the world. Haddad was selected as one of the Beirut39 authors in 2009. I Killed Scheherazade: Confessions of an Angry Arab Woman was critically acclaimed and translated into thirteen languages. She lives in Beirut with her two sons.


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This type of book is much needed in Lebanon & the Middle East, where patriarchal, traditional/conservative and fundamental religious values still reign undisputed. It's about time someone condemned thes values for what they really are: nonesense, unacceptable, retarded.

The style is indeed earnest, and highly contrarian, but one cannot make any progress to a better future without effrontery when dealing with such an age old & dogmatic mentality.
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HASH(0x9f27ea2c) von 5 Sternen Excellent, intelligent, provoking, thoughtfull, informative and highly necessary for our world today! 14. Februar 2013
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Jiumana Haddad may seem angry at times, but she has extremely good reason to be, and I get angry with her when reading about all the atrocities that are comitted to women! The longer I live in the middle east, the more I observe of bigotery an "holier than thou"- attitudes. I see Joumana Haddad as a mothern, feminine feminist, who does not in any way try to compete with men on their battlegronds, no kind of "feminist machism", but honest and deepfeldet outrage at the lack of humanism, respect for women as compared to men. This is a necessesary book for all who would like to call themselves humanists. It is a book filled with mothern humanistic, peaceful thoughts, while denouncing aggressive, abusive attitudes towards womankind. The enormous question I am left with after reading her book is: should women be regarded as less than human? Does men want to have their children with some kind of domesticated animals without original thoughts? What kind of children would that breed?
I do not believe that this book will be able to change much in men of the arab world (it is not written for them), and I do not recommend it to men with the "true faith", e.i. monotheism. However I think that women who want to think their own thoughts, who wnt to think independently, from any culture in this world, might find inspiration for independent thought in this book, not necessarily beeng agreeing with evrything, but seen as something thoughtprovoking.
As a man, psychiatrist, of 70 years, I do have some experience, with different cultures. women and men and not least with relations. And I think this bok is important far beyond th arab world. I would expect it to have the stronges impact in Europe, which is less dominated by monotheistic and womensupressing ideals than any other continent. And in spite of this, i think it is a book which is necessary in order to bring further the discussion and conciousness of the kind of double moral that exist in the relations between the sexes, even in Europe.
This book is a "must" for mothern feminists who want to reclaim rheir equal rights, and rights to be different from men, and also for men who truly want to understand their female partners.
Espen R. Collett
HASH(0x9f28b48c) von 5 Sternen Good points but a bit over-the-top 4. April 2013
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I think she made some great points and told some interesting/shocking stories but really was over the top. I probably wouldn't have read it all the way through if if weren't for me reading it for book club. I was annoyed with the format of the book and the over use of "arse". I also felt at times like she were a bit immature and thought her letter to her sons was crossing the line. I definitely wouldn't recommend this book or read any other books by her.
HASH(0x9f28d960) von 5 Sternen great read 13. November 2014
Von Mohammed Al-Sadiq - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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In this book, Joumanna Haddad is speaking freely and talking directly to us about life from her perspective. So many interesting views and callings to stand up and take an action. A beautiful read of poetry and literature. She takes you to different worlds and talk to you bluntly up to pleasantly shocking limits some times.
HASH(0x9f28d69c) von 5 Sternen she nails it 8. Juli 2016
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Love this book - I'm reading it for the third time now. I respect her perspective as a strong Lebanese feminist, and can definitely relate to the overarching analogy.
HASH(0x9f284060) von 5 Sternen Disappointing 19. April 2013
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I personally found it poorly written & disjointed. Got half way through & just couldn't be bothered reading more. Most unusual for me.
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