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Is the Koran a constitution?

May 31, 2010 by

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By Dr. Abbas Zaidi Now that Fauzia Wahab has apologized in the face of Islamofascism at its worst (or best, if you may), it is only appropriate that someone should try to put her remark in its context. Unfortunately, no one—either liberals or the PPP leadership—has come to support her claim that during the time […]

Conspiracy Culture and reaction to the attacks on Ahmedi Mosques: Why our news outlets spread hatred?

May 30, 2010 by

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Recently, NYT in a column expressed reservations over the conspiracy culture in Pakistan. The column pointed out the massive fan following of super-conspiracy theorists and the wide acceptance of these mega theories as legitimate. Any sane Pakistani who has studied history beyond what he was taught through the doctored textbooks or what he was indoctrinated […]

Terrorism, Shameless Religious Bigotry and Pakistan

May 29, 2010 by

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by Raza Habib Raja First published at the Pak Tea House As I write these sentences, the details of the most shameful attack on the religious sites of Ahmedis in Lahore are unfolding. However, this is not new as Pakistan has been the victim of this brazen behavior repeatedly. The thirty years of state sponsored […]

No More…. by Chauhdry Ahmad Khan

May 29, 2010 by

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Pakistan is reeling from the murder of 70 of its own citizens-massacred due to their faith by the self-appointed guardians of faith. Anyone with a shred of conscience left in Pakistan should declare themselves as Ahmadi – “I am an Ahmadi” should be the call of the day. Just as they should have declared themselves […]

Pakistan attacked again – Ahmedis targeted – Will we stop discriminating?

May 29, 2010 by

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I have had my fair share of accusations of apostasy and qadiyaniat for being a secular Pakistani citizen and demanding that there should be no further discrimination against our fellow patriotic countrymen, the Ahmedis. The anti-Ahmediyya movement of ’53 was perhaps an attempt by the JI to gain political ground in Pakistan, for it did […]

Qutiing Facebook is like Hijrat?

May 27, 2010 by

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It is no shocker that Pakistan’s youth has been indoctrinated with uber-conservative, jingoistic and intolerant religious dogmas but the loss of rationality among the newer generation becomes evident day after day upon us. While the Muslims across the world do not hold our Pan-Islamist ambitions and they never have resonated our feelings for a united […]

Jihadi Public Schools

May 26, 2010 by

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by Ali K Chishti Published Daily Times Ali K Chishti in his article on the flaws and misleading notions of  our education system has pointed out that unnecessary and often misplaced emphasis on religious education is nothing more than a clever ruse to deflect attention from the real issue: the general state of education in […]