Tag: non-muslims

  • Pakistan: the land of irony

    All Pakistanis are equal, but some Pakistanis are more equal than others,especially if they’re Muslims Literary folk would have a field day explaining the stuff that a good irony is made of, if they could see the potential that Pakistan has as the poster child for all that is ironical. The nation that was created […]

  • Who can be a Mu’min? – by Shiraz Paracha

    From mullahs to poets such as Dr. Muhammad Iqbal everyone describes ‘shan and aan’ (glory and prestige) and great qualities of a Mu’min. To be a Mu’min is the dream of a true Muslim. However, according to the Qur’anic description, any true believer can be a Mu’min. The Qur’an uses the term Mu’min and Muslim […]

  • We did not do it – by Gulmina Bilal Ahmad

    We are a people blessed with time but a country for which time is running short. Clarity is a rare commodity; clarity in terms of our actions, our thinking, judicious dispensation of aid and even our worldviews.I had written earlier on how we are ideological schizophrenics. We want to be part of the global world […]