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Paula Kweskin is the writer/producer of Honor Diaries, and an attorney specializing in International Humanitarian and Human Rights Law. Her articles have appeared in the Wall Street Journal, The Jerusalem Post, and Israel Hayom, and her work has been the subject of coverage on many media outlets, including Fox News, The National Post, The Guardian, The Independent, The Washington Examiner, and The National Review.
Raheel Raza is one of the activists featured in Honor Diaries, the President of The Council for Muslims Facing Tomorrow, author of the book Their Jihad – Not My Jihad, and an award-winning journalist and activist for human rights, gender equality and dignity in diversity. Raheel is a Distinguished Senior Fellow with The Gatestone Institute, and has addressed audiences at universities around the world, including Harvard, Columbia, Oxford, and Cambridge.