Rumor has it -- and hopefully it's just a rumor -- that George Clooney might be seeking higher love, so to speak, in the form of Benazir Bhutto's niece: the poet, journalist and outspoken critic of Benazir, Fatima Bhutto.
Shortly after graduating from MIT, Siddiqui’s parents arranged for her to marry Amjad Khan, a Pakistani doctor whom she hadn’t met.
After 9/11, the couple came under scrutiny from Federal authorities and consequentially moved back to Karachi in the summer of 2002.
Shortly after Muhammad’s arrest in March 2003, Siddiqui disappeared from her home in Karachi, and didn’t surface again for five years when, in 2008, she was arrested in Kabul and extradited to New York City. traces the origins of these two women and tries to explain why they chose opposite paths that “transformed them into emblems of a [larger] civilizational struggle.” Fatima Bhutto, the niece of the late Benazir Bhutto, is also an example of international curiosity.
Fatima, who has two books to her credit, is now working on a book on the Bhutto clan.