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Alys Faiz (Urdu: ایلس فیض) (September 22, 1914 – March 12, 2003 ) was a British-born naturalized Pakistani poet, writer, journalist, human rights activist, social worker and teacher. She was the wife of Faiz Ahmed Faiz and mother of Salima Hashmi and Moneeza Hashmi
Alys George was the daughter of a London bookseller who joined the Communist Party as a teenager. She and her sister, Christobel, were active in leftist circles in the 1930s and were close to Indian intellectuals based in London. She served as an unofficial secretary to Krishna Menon, who was then the secretary of the Free Indian League.  Christobel married Dr M.D. Taseer, said to be the first person from the Indian subcontinent to receive a PhD from Cambridge University, and joined him in India where he was the principal of a college. Alys travelled to India in 1938 to visit her sister and when World War II broke out, she decided to make the subcontinent her home.
The nikahnama (marriage deed) between Alys George and Faiz was solemnized by Sheikh Abdullah in Srinagar in 1941 at Pari Mahal, the summer palace of Maharaja Hari Singh and where M D Taseer, then the principal of S.P. College was living.
She is the aunt of [Salmaan Taseer]], the son of her sister Christobel.
After her death, Habib R. Sulemani wrote in The Dawn newspaper, "During my decade-long stay in Lahore, as a silent observer of the literary-scene, I was fascinated by her life-story which made me believe that women are stronger than men and have an immense power and talent for reconciliation and bridging the gaps between two families or nations. Alys gave courage to many western women who were married to Pakistanis and now live here as citizens. Alys gave many sacrifices. Faiz Ahmad Faiz's life and poetry have influenced hundreds of thousands of people in one way or the other, but Alys has shaped his life and poetry. A study of Faiz, as a person and a poet, cannot be complete without a study of Alys. Rather I should say she needs a special treat on her own right as a writer and a poet. A recent dramatic Production 'Chand Roz Aur Meri Jaan' focussed for the first time on the inimitable chemistry between Faiz and Alys. 'Chand Roz Aur Meri Jaan' presents the hitherto unknown aspcets of their life with the help of letters exchanged between them, particularly during Rawalpindi Saazish days. In one such production at Amritsar, renowned theatre actress Suchitra Gupta portrayed the role of Alys with Danish Iqbal. So, apart from few newspaper articles and interviews in books, this production is first ever attempt to pay tribute to the silent role played by Alys in shaping the life of Faiz."
- Dawn, March 13, 2003 – Alys Faiz passes away, By Nasir Jamal
- Obituary The Times, April 5, 2003: "Alys Faiz – Journalist whose ideals drew her to India, marriage, then Pakistan"
- Newsline (Pakistan), April 2003 – All About Alys "I.A. Rehman, in a poignant remembrance, gives us an insight into the real Alys Faiz."