Her mother is Christian. Her father is Muslim. What is she?
"I'm Muslim. I'm Christian."
In her memory, in her biography, maybe in her ideology, Adjani Arumpac is both. It doesn't really matter, because the irrepressible grind of history has made her realise identity is fluid, ever-progressive, and isn't always bound by the tyranny of DNA.
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