First it was 1 million copies. Then it was 3 million. Then 5 million. Now the publisher of Charlie Hebdo says it is printing a total of 7 million copies of the once-obscure French satirical magazine.
The new total reflects extraordinary demand for what has become known as the magazine’s “survivors issue.” It was produced . . . → Read More: Charlie Hebdo doing more well now than ever
We were glad that Vox decided to publish the cartoons of French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo. Though their portrayal of Islam and the Prophet Mohammed has offended many Muslims, they are an important part of the story and readers have a right to see them. We were also glad that we covered the cartoons critically as well as . . . → Read More: The danger in critiquing Islamophobia
After staying away from the news of the attack, Zunera Mazhar felt so outraged that she had to say something.
“Being a mother, having a 6-year-old daughter, how do I explain it to her? ‘No, this is not us?’ ” said the Muslim from Virginia.
The immigration worker’s powerful video message . . . → Read More: American Muslim apologizes to the world over the Charlie Hebdo attack
Dangerous tensions between archrivals India and Pakistan have ratcheted up again along the de facto border dividing Kashmir, reigniting the deadly decades-old dispute that has twice brought the two nuclear-armed nations to war.
About 10,000 civilians from India-administered Kashmir have been displaced after cross-border shooting erupted last week between India and Pakistan in the disputed . . . → Read More: The Indian and Pakistani diasporas can help bring peace to South Asia
GEN. RAHEEL SHARIF IS CHANGING PAKISTAN FOREVER.
From under-trial Pervez Musharraf’s hospitalization at the Armed Forces Institute of Cardiology on Jan. 2 to the attempt on news anchor Hamid Mir’s life on April 19 to the launch of Operation Zarb-e-Azb in mid-June to the attack on Peshawar’s Army Public School on Dec. 16, the year . . . → Read More: Pak COAS becomes NEWSWEEK Pakistan’s man of the year
(B y SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE) Cricketer-turned-politician Imran Khan has remarried in secret to a former BBC weather girl, according to reports in Pakistan.
The 62-year-old is believed to have tied the knot at the weekend with Pakistani news anchor Reham Khan, 41, who is a divorced mother-of-three.
She lived in Britain for part of . . . → Read More: So has the great Imran Khan tied the knot?
British Foreign Secretary David Miliband said Tuesday the Pakistan state had not directed the attacks on Mumbai, but urged Islamabad to fulfil its promise to root out “militant groups”. India hoped that Pakistan would hand over the “fugitives of Indian law”, notwithstanding Islamabad’s refusal to do so, and asked the world community to build pressure . . . → Read More: Pakistani state’s involvement in Mumbai terror attack untrue – UK
Staff at the capital’s Lal Masjid found themselves in an unexpected situation on Thursday evening when a large number of civil society activists, politicians and students arrived at the mosque chanting slogans against the chief cleric and lighting candles as part of a vigil.
The candlelight vigil and protest was organised in response to a . . . → Read More: An unbelievably apt protest struts the centre of Islamabad
“Find what you love and let it kill you.”
“I stumbled upon this quote by the German-born American writer Charles Bukowski at a very crucial stage of my life,” Naveen Shakil explains.
Caught between an inherent desire to create or pursue a more conventional path in life, Bukowski’s words came as a clear flash to . . . → Read More: Undertaking an unconventional path with art
Activists of Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf and the ruling Pakistan Muslim League-N confronted each other here on Sunday as the textile city braced itself for a tense Monday declared by the former as the venue for launching its ‘Plan C’ protests against alleged vote fraud.
The PTI has announced its plan to paralyse the city and later . . . → Read More: Public transport owners ignore PTI’s call in Faisalabad