My Response to Inaccuracies About Islam in ‘The Hindu’ Article
By Lauren Booth - May 24th, 2013
This is my response to an article on The Hindu which has several inaccuracies about Islam. “Dear Editor of The Hindu, In the Name of Allah the Most Beneficient the Most Merciful, As a Muslim convert featured in your article, I would like to request an explanation for several statements which appeared alongside my photo; [...]
By Aisha Aijaz
I am a woman, not a sexualized commodity; I am a human being just like you are. I am a Hijabi ...
By Saad Lakhani
Is there anything wrong with the idea that people should have the right to rule? Many people argue that there ...
Out of leaden sleep, Out of slumber deep. Arise! –Iqbal Our elections are no different than our cricket matches. ‘The boys played well’ but the match was fixed. While PML-N takes the trophy home, MQM becomes the party of the series by Mr. Abdul Waseem and Mr. Nabil Gabol getting approximately 370 votes/minute and 314 [...]
The election results have without doubt been the most decisive in Pakistan’s tortuous path towards political maturity. While it may be considered a setback for those seeking change, it was indeed a heavy price paid by the governing PPP ruled by the Bhutto dynasty. Their mismanagement of Pakistan ranged from the devastating floods to the rising [...]
Over the past five years, extremely bad governance wrought with corruption and compromise in the name of continuity of democracy has brought the country to a disastrous point. This has given rise to several crises having long-term repercussions, eroding our sovereignty, economy and even our identity as a nation. An incisive view of such issues [...]
By Sameen Sadaf
The notion that Islam is inherently hostile to innovation is untrue because no system of living could possibly prevail or prosper for so many centuries if it was hostile to innovation. Throughout world history, civilizations unable to initiate or adapt to progressive change (whether it be ideological or technological) were destroyed by Nature and replaced [...]