(PRWEB) July 1, 2005
Kola Boof has debuted an online guerrilla-style video documentary, "Nile River Woman," which seeks to introduce the noted African novelist-poet and Queen of Sudan's SPLA to a wider audience. The video features rare footage of OSAMA BIN LADEN, who, in 1996, forced Boof to become his mistress for six months after raping her in Morocco.
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The author of six literary novels published in eight countries, including the latest release "Flesh and the Devil"--Kola Boof warns Americans that terrorism should be taken more seriously by the U.S. Additionally, the Half-Arab author who was born Muslim, remains unapologetically critical of both the Arab world and Islam as she details the racist, colorist and sexist societies of her native countries, Sudan and Egypt.
Last month in England, new death threats were made against Kola Boof by Osama Bin Laden's close friend and defender--Sheik Omar Bakri Mohammad--and Boof addresses this in the video.
Boof's autobiography, "Diary of a Lost Girl", debuts in the United States December 2005. The author will make her first ever public appearance in New York City, reading from her novel "Flesh and the Devil" at the Afrikan Poetry Theatre on October 9th, 2005 at 6 p.m.