Mariam M. Ali

A graduate of College of Business Management working as an academic writer. She also volunteers in the The Citizens Foundation Rahbar program.

Trying to pray in Pakistan: Not as easy as you think

I am not a religious activist, nor do I don a burqa. I stay away from religious discussions and debates because I believe I’m not qualified enough to comment on religious rights and wrongs. However, if there is one thing that I do, and that I’m proud of, is pray. I might not pray well, but I do pray. I’ve prayed in malls, in restaurants, in shops, in mosques and at home. I don’t care if others pray. All I care about is that I get a chance to offer my prayers on time. When I am out at restaurants or shopping, ...

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