Rafia Zakaria

Rafia Zakaria is an attorney, a political philosopher and the author of The Upstairs Wife: An Intimate History of Pakistan (Beacon 2015). She is a columnist for Dawn Pakistan and Al Jazeera America.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

Defining the Dissident

Hirsi Ali is not a dissident — she effectively deploys her past for maximum gain in the divisive political realities of her present....


Writing While Muslim: The Freedom to Be Offended
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