Headlines Archive

Jamal Khashoggi was no Revolutionary, Rebel or Human rights defender: On October 2nd, 2018, Around 1:15, a Saudi citizen, who is also a US resident and is a known Columnist for Washington post, walks into the Saudi Consulate general in Istanbul, never to come back, never to walk again
Yemen at war – Whose legitimacy is the right legitimacy? – by Catherine Shakdam: Earlier this September UN envoy to Yemen Martin Griffiths reaffirmed what he sees as his foremost mandate:  “to begin the difficult and uncertain journey away from war.” But how does one go about formulating a way out of war
عمران خان کا حالیہ بیان اور کراچی کے عوام میں تشویش کی لہر – محمد فیصل یونس ( Muhammad Faisal Younus ): وزیر اعظم عمران خان نے کراچی میں اپنے حالیہ دورہ کے دوران یہ بیان دیا کہ پاکستان میں موجود بنگالیوں اور افغانیوں کو شہریت دیں گے اور مزید وضاحت بھی کی کہ اس فیصلے کا اطلاق صرف کراچی پر
The Roots of Terrorism: Saudi Arabia – by Rusty Walker:   The roots of terrorism are derived from a single, draconian ideology that has its source traced from a depraved interpretation of the Quran by the theologian and self-appointed “reformer,” Sheikh Ibn Taymiyya. In the United States the 9/11 hijackers
The Gutless and Compromised ECP rejects Plea to ban ISIS Affiliates in Pakistan:   Some of Pakistan’s brave young activists lodged a plea with the spineless Election commission to ban #ISIS affiliates like the Rah e Haq party (ReHQ). Rah e Haq is yet another reincarnation of the Deobandi terrorist hate group
Editorial: The greatest threat to media freedom comes in Pakistan comes from within:   “In a time of deceit telling the truth is a revolutionary act.” ― George Orwell “The Press in Chains” by Zamir Niazi desperately needs an updated edition. In the midst of enforced disappearances, Takfiri violence and an economic