Yousef Al-Mohaimeed's Storytelling Transcends Bans

San Francisco Bay Guardian | March 5, 2008
Wolves of the Crescent Moon was banned in Saudi Arabia by theocratic thought-cops for casting too many spotlights on societal problems that the authorities insist don't exist. Upon being labeled dangerous and sinful, the book gained a large audience throughout the Arabic-speaking world, and has since been translated into French and English.

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