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Where do you live?
Paradise Valley, Arizona - USA
Your real name? (No pseudonyms, please)
Dilara Hafiz
Which college or university?
London School of Economics, Johns Hopkins Univ.
Your graduation date?
1986
Your major?
Economics/International Relations/Political Science
What do you do for a living?
Writer
Tell us about you:
Co-author of 'The American Muslim Teenager's Handbook'
Youth Dir. of Arizona InterFaith Movement
What are your hobbies?
reading, writing, travel, movies
Website:
http://www.theamth.com

Comment Wall (2 comments)

At 5:07pm on December 29, 2007, Riaz Haq said…
Dilara,
Welcome Aboard! You have outstanding credentials. Please participate and contribute to make this a better community.
Riaz
At 10:42pm on December 30, 2007, Zohaib u. khan said…
Nice to c ur bombastic career profile

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