Islamist parties’ irrelevance to our problems

By Murtaza Haider

A year after his assassination in Abbottabad, Osama bin Laden is as irrelevant today to the welfare of millions of starving and suffering Muslims as he was when alive. The same holds true for almost all Islamist political movements who are singularly concerned with enforcing their ideologies on the often unwilling Muslim populace, . . . → Read More: Islamist parties’ irrelevance to our problems