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Amal Abdulaziz Al–Hazani
Amal Abdulaziz Al–Hazani

Amal Abdulaziz Al–Hazani is a professor at King Saudi University and a writer for al-Sharq al-Awsat. She tweets @Alhazzani_Amal.

COLUMNISTS
Amal Abdulaziz Al–Hazani
Amal Abdulaziz Al–Hazani

Amal Abdulaziz Al–Hazani is a professor at King Saudi University and a writer for al-Sharq al-Awsat. She tweets @Alhazzani_Amal.

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