By IKRAM JUNAIDI
Faith based prejudices have existed in Pakistan since the birth of the country and only deepened during Gen Ziaul Haq’s missionary rule, and after the 9/11 attacks on America, reveals a recent survey of religious minorities.
Titled ‘Living in fear: Pakistan’s unequal citizens’, . . . → Read More: The perils of religious discrimination flout out Jinnah’s vision
Contrary to what is alleged by bigots like Bill Maher, Muslims are not more violent than people of other religions. Murder rates in most of the Muslim world are very low compared to the United States.
As for political violence, people of Christian heritage in the twentieth century polished off tens of millions of people . . . → Read More: No difference between Muslims and no-Muslim violence level
By Patrick Kingsley
Closing borders, like Macedonia has, is an arbitrary way of dealing with the refugee crisis. People need individual assessment and countries need a constructive dialogue
nderstandably, aid workers said it was hard to communicate with them. But when seven asylum seekers, most of . . . → Read More: Refugees sew their mouths but Europe remains stationary
Black Daesh, white Daesh. The former slits throats, kills, stones, cuts off hands, destroys humanity’s common heritage and despises archaeology, women and non-Muslims. The latter is better dressed and neater but does the same things. The Islamic State; Saudi Arabia. In its struggle against terrorism, the West wages war on one, but shakes hands with . . . → Read More: Is Saudi Arabia an ISIS twin
(By Edward E. Curtis IV) On Oct. 19, 2008, former Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman and secretary of state Colin Powell went on NBC’s “Meet the Press” to endorse Barack Obama for president. Troubled by accusations that Obama was secretly a Muslim, Powell asked the obvious question: “What if he is?”
One reason . . . → Read More: Majority of the Muslims stand with the west against ISIS
(By Satya Sagar) I am a humble cow from India and writing this to clear up some of the bull being propagated about me and members of my family for a long time.
I am not using the term ‘humble’ out of some false sense of modesty but only because this . . . → Read More: The myth of the ‘holy cow’