Germany: Steidl, 2001. Hardcover. Black and BW-photographic boards with red spine lettering. 124 pp. BW illustrations. VG. Item #171610
"Ramadan Moon" is a timeless and poetic evocation of one woman's plight: It draws together passages from the Koran about the holy month of Ramadan with Seynab, the protagonist, and her memories of Mogadishu before the war, the story of her flight to the Netherlands in search of asylum and the history of the Dutch treatment of Somali asylum seekers.