A sweeping fictional biography of two of the most prominent women in the Umayyad Era. Aisha Bint Talha and Sukaina Bint al-Hussein were both from prominent political families in the Caliphate. They were among the first women to hold literary salons in the Middle Ages to welcome nobles, scholars, writers, and poets. This novel reveals the distinct status of Arab and Muslim women in society that enabed them to play a vital role in many political and historical positions.
|Title||Princesses: Aishah and Sukaynah|
|Native Title||أميرات منسيات عائشة بنت طلحة وسكينة بنت الحسين: رواية (33-117 هجرية / 654-735 ميلادية)|
|Native Author Name||متيم جمال|