Sunday, June 24, 2018

Hatred and fear against Arab Muslims across Britain

By Nabila Ramdani Ask a British person what an Arab looks like and descriptions are likely to fall somewhere between the enigmatic desert chieftain played by Omar Sharif in "Lawrence of Arabia" and the tawny,...

Extremists in Pak mainstream politics!

By Owen Bennett-Jones The case for mainstreaming is attractive. Groups that have for decades relied on violence, the argument goes, could be persuaded to take a growing interest in the democratic process. By being allowed...

Pakistan’s pragmatic foreign policy

By Ishrat Hussain Pakistan has decided to opt for a paradigm shift in its foreign policy. It has also for the first time wisely used its strategic location for deriving long-term economic benefits for the...

Campaign on Balochistan in Switzerland

By Dr. Qaiser Rashid In the first week of this month, eight plastic posters and one digital poster displaying the slogan of "Free Balochistan" appeared on poles along a street in Geneva, Switzerland. A spate...

Tragedy: Bonded labour still in practice, family of 15 freed from a brick kiln...

ISLAMABAD: The police helped free 15 of a family who were being held as bonded labourers by a brick kiln owner. The police produced the family in the Islamabad High Court which set them...

May, Bhutto and Terrorism

By Wajid Shamsul Hasan British Prime Minister Theresa May's address to the 72nd Annual session of UNGA in New York was music to my ears. In an emotional speech Ms May-her country becoming victim of...

BRICK Declaration and terrorist network

By Senator Afrasiab Khattak Uncertainty about the future of constitutional system is growing as the current civilian setup appears to be losing control over both the external and internal dimensions of the governance in Pakistan. Shahid...

Mr. Jinnah and the Rohingya

By Akbar Ahmed The Rohingya cause is lost, lamented Dr. Wakar Uddin's father on learning of Mr. Jinnah's death in 1948. Along with a Rohingya delegation, he had met Mr. Jinnah, the Quaid-i-Azam, twice in...

I remember Mir Murtaza Bhutto

By Bashir Riaz Pakistan recently celebrated its seventieth independence day. However, freedom has not come easily and the country has had to struggle against the shackles of dictatorship for several decades. It has been the...

Praying for Myanmar in Madinah

By Aijaz Zaka Syed IF Makkah represents the majesty and glory of God, Madinah is all about His love and mercy. Madinah embraces and welcomes you like some long lost friend, with its endless shower...