Posts Tagged ‘ minorities ’

Say No to Extremism – Stand Up

Jul 16th, 2013 | By | Category: Latest, Pakistan, Religion
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What happens when events recur so often that we become accustomed to them? They end up becoming a part of our lives and we learn to live with them. Pakistan came into existence because it was seen as the sole solution to safeguard the rights of the minority i.e. Muslims. However, the very basis of the creation of […]



With Friends Like These

Aug 29th, 2012 | By | Category: Latest, Media Watch, Pakistan
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Is safeguarding the life and rights of religious minorities a responsibility of the government? In the context of Pakistan, present or past, it appears not to be the case. So is the targeted killing and persecution of religious minorities actually a credit to the government? If you follow a certain Mr. Faisal Raza Abidi, it […]



Zofia and Władysław Turowicz – Pakistanis By Choice

Mar 3rd, 2012 | By | Category: Latest, Pakistan, Social
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I, the author of this memorial, am a 31 years old urban female who lives in a big developed capital city of the 18th wealthiest economy in the world and every single day I am fed with stories of blasts and bombings and picture of hostile Muslim world, especially Pakistan. However I am an orientalist focused […]



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