I.A. Rehman Archive

Pakistan’s top human rights activist I.A. Rehman fails to clearly mention terrorism by banned Deobandi outfits: One significant factor in the growing impunity granted to the banned Deobandi terrorist outfit Sipah-e-Sahaba Pakistan (SSP, also known as Lashkar-e-Jhangvi LeJ, currently freely operating as Ahle Sunnat Wal Jamaat ASWJ) is their lack of identification by international human
Pakistani labourers’ fair demands – by I.A. Rehman: Since it is not possible to push a new bill through parliament in two days the government has only two options. It may have the proposed new legislation issued as an ordinance or take refuge under the oft-criticised subterfuge
We the honorable judges hereby declare that we are above law and morality!: Selection of judges By I.A. Rehman Thursday, 21 Jan, 2010 According to some well-involved sources a new row between the judiciary and the executive has begun and the issue is the appointment of judges to the superior courts. The
Article 227 and the NRO verdict short order: Here is article 227 of the Pakistani constitution: 227. Provisions relating to the Holy Qur’an and Sunnah. (1) All existing laws shall be brought in conformity with the Injunctions
Who is next in Ahmed Quarishi and Zaid Hamid’s traitors list ?: By: Jarri Mirza Contribution by guest blogger : Humza Ikram First they came for the communists, and I did not speak out—because I was not a communist;Then they came for the socialists, and I did not speak out—because I
Long March: Nawaz Sharif’s banaspati revolution, made in Punjab.: Dangerous options By I.A. Rehman Thursday, 12 Mar, 2009 (Dawn) Much can be said in favour of all the three gladiators in the arena — the lawyers, the government and the PML-N-but much weightier are the arguments against them.
Dangers in the north – An analysis of Pakistan’s war with Talibans by I. A. Rehman: Dangers in the north By I.A. Rehman A SERIES of developments in the tribal areas and in Afghanistan over the past couple of weeks has greatly heightened ordinary Pakistani citizens’ anxieties about their future. And their expectations of reassurances