Wafa Sultan
Syrian-born psychiatrist, activist

Wafa Sultan is a Syrian-born American psychiatrist who was named as one of TIME Magazine’s most influential people in 2006. Since the September 11, 2001 attacks, she has participated in many political discussions through various media outlets, including Al Jazeera and CNN. She became famous as the first Arab Muslim woman on Al Jazeera who demanded to be heard.


She is author of the book, A God Who Hates: The Courageous Woman Who Inflamed the Muslim World Speaks Out Against the Evils of Radical Islam. She currently resides in Corona, CA.

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A God Who Hates
The Courageous Woman Who Inflamed the Muslim World Speaks Out Against the Evils of Islam
St. Martin's Griffin

On Feb. 21, 2006, the Syrian-born and raised Wafa Sultan gave one of the most provocative interviews ever given by a Muslim woman on the Al Jazeera network. ...

The Clash Between Freedom and Oppression: Wafa Sultan began challenging Islam in 1979 after she witnessed the ultraconservative Muslim Brotherhood murder her professor. Since her move to California in 1989, she has openly criticized radical Islam and its followers, becoming the subject of much controversy and criticism. In this presentation, Wafa speaks about the battle between Islam and the West, or “the clash between freedom and oppression,” displaying true courage and audacity.

Praise for A God Who Hates

"An absorbing book, full of Dickensian details."

"Wafa Sultan is a great heroine of our times, willing to risk everything to stand up to these immense evils when most people are too fainthearted or politically correct to do so. A God Who Hates should be read closely and studied by the President, European leaders, and all Western policymakers and opinion-shapers -- before it is too late."
-- Robert Spencer, author of the New York Times bestsellers The Politically Incorrect Guide to Islam (and the Crusades) and The Truth About Muhammad