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Pakistan Has a Drinking Problem

Members of Parliament and law enforcers and industrialists and bureaucrats and young professionals and even some religious scholars can drink with impunity. A taxi driver trying to score a beer on the go risks a jail term or losing his eyesight to moonshine. It’s a law-and-order issue, you see. The rich drink in their own homes and frolic [...]

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Killing a Child is Killing Humanity

I cannot find any words for what happened in Lahore nor for the pain that will last forever for the families who lost their children, their mothers, their wives and their daughters. Inna lillahi wa inna ilayhi raji’un We surely belong to Allah and to Him we shall return

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The Truth Triumph

The Promised Messiah said that as time goes on people will accept his interpretation of Islam, regardless of whether they accept him as the Messiah and Mehdi or not. In the last few weeks we have seen that the most orthodox Sunni leaders, religious and secular, have accepted the Ahmadi interpretations in two areas. The first is divorce. The [...]

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Pakistan….Peshawar

Photo credit: Reuters/Khuram Parvez Earlier this week, millions of people looked on in horror as the news filtered in of the devastating attack by the Pakistan Taliban on a school in Peshawar. 132 students were killed in an attack which specifically targeted as many children as possible. In total 148 people are believed to have been killed [...]

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Hindu temple set on fire in Pakistan over blasphemy

(Reuters) – Hundreds of angry Pakistanis attacked a Hindu temple and set it on fire in southern Pakistan overnight following a rumour that a member of the Hindu community had desecrated the Koran, police and community leaders said on Sunday. The incident took place just before midnight on Saturday 15th March after locals in Larkana district [...]

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Pakistan Needs a Mandela

Many Pakistani friends on social media shared Mandela’s inspiring quotes in celebration of his grand legacy. They showed great admiration for the man who spent his life fighting for the equal rights of his people. They were in awe of his tireless struggle for the emancipation of blacks from the callous discrimination they faced in South [...]

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Judge slams EDL Walsall demonstrators

Wolverhampton Crown Court heard trouble flared between the 600 EDL supporters and 200 members of the United Against Racism movement, who were holding a counter demonstration. Mr David Bennett, prosecuting, said police saw pages from the Koran being burnt along with a Pakistan flag while there were also abusive and racists chants from EDL supporters. [...]

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