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WWW.JUSTICEDENIEDPK.COMMandible Square GardenWritten by Hakim HazikThe first meeting of the Naya Cabinet was held today. By happy co-incidence, the national Abu Mus’ab Al-Zarqawi day was also celebrated today, in the length and breadth of the country.
EXCLUSIVEOur anti-Malala leftiesWritten by Farooq SulehriaI do not know how many tones a bullet weights when, from a close range, it pierces your temple or forehead. Malala should definitely know. However, I can share the experience with Malala and countless others about an unknown fear weighing you down when beards in Pakistan have passed threat to your life.
INTERVIEW'Eidhi's welfare work does not meet Noble's criteria'Written by Syed Mujahid Ali/Adnan FarooqLiving in Norway since 1975, Syed Mujahid Ali is a Pakistani-Norwegian journalist. In the past, he has worked with Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation NRK, Urdu Service.
REBUTTALAgainst neo-Luddite approach to India's Mars MissionWritten by Amit JulkaLast week, my esteemed comrade (and veer) FarooqSulehria critiqued the Indian Mars Mission. He based his arguments on two planks, which were flawed in my view: first, the notion of flawed priorities and second, the utility of such missions being 'spectacles'.
INTERVIEW‘Turkey is not supporting ISIS. It backs Brotherhood’Written by Cagaty Cengiz/Farooq Sulehria‘The more ISIS expanded its zone of influence, the more it became dangerous for Turkey’s interests. It seized 49 Turkish consulate employees in Mosul in June. This is why Turkey was for a time reluctant to join a coalition that will hit ISIS.
COMMENTDa’esh - Golem is turning against its creatorWritten by Michel WarschawskiThe United States is once more experiencing the reality of this old Jewish saying. Supporting the most fundamentalist Muslims in Afghanistan in the hope of putting and end to Soviet influence, finding itself a few years later confronted...
FILM REVIEWThe BBC and the Rwandan GenocideWritten by Justin PodurAt the beginning of October 2014, the BBC aired a documentary called Rwanda: The Untold Story. The outlet, the BBC, and the producer and presenter, Jane Corbin, don't just possess impeccable mainstream credentials - they define the mainstream in the West.
COMMENTARYA Schoolgirls letter to MalalaWritten by Ayesha NoorDear Malala, Congratulations on winning the Nobel Peace Prize. You must be receiving a lot of letters. Here is another one. Malala, I remember the time when Taliban tried to take your life.
PAK TEA HOUSEMy dear 7th billion child!Written by Hammad RazaWelcome my dear seventh billion human member to this uncertain world by becoming a part of the most inquisitive species, human beings, on this small, stifling earth surrounded by filthy hydrosphere and enveloped by polluted...
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