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Mojha Kahf

From: Radio Tahrir

© B.N. Aziz, 1997

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Mohja Kahf is a poet whose work is widely published. She came to the US from Syria as a child, and now teaches English literature at the University of Arkansas. Kahf’s critical study of Muslim women in European Literatures is in press.

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