Sabeeha Rehman is the author of the memoir, “Threading My Prayer Rug. One Woman’s Journey from Pakistani Muslim to American Muslim,” She is a contributor to the Houses of Worship column of the Wall Street Journal, and excerpts of her book have been published in Salon.com
Sabeeha Rehman was born and raised in Pakistan, and came to the United States in 1971.
Ms. Rehman has spent the last several decades in engaging in interfaith dialogue with faith communities. In the last two years, she gave over 150 talks in 40 cities, at houses of worship, libraries, academic institutions, and community organizations, including Chautauqua Institution. She is a member of the Sisterhood of Salaam Shalom, Sisters of Abraham in Dialogue in NYC, and co-founded an interfaith book club that has been meeting for six years.
She blogs on topics related to Pakistani immigrant & American Muslim experience at: www.sabeeharehman.com/blog
Ms. Sabeeha Rehman lives in New York City with her husband Khalid, a retired Hematologist/Oncologist.