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The Central Dilemma in Pakistan's Struggle Against Home-Grown Militancy
December 13, 2016
The Central Dilemma in Pakistan's Struggle Against Home-Grown Militancy
Pakistan’s anti-terror campaign faces acute limitations when it comes to action against groups with mass public support.
The Central Dilemma in Pakistan's Struggle Against Home-Grown Militancy
Ink and Blood: Extremism in Pakistan
June 19, 2016
Ink and Blood: Extremism in Pakistan
How can moderate Muslims counter the persecution of the Ahmadis and other minorities?
Ink and Blood: Extremism in Pakistan
Cognitive Dissonance? Misunderstanding Islamic Radicalization in Pakistan
April 29, 2016
Cognitive Dissonance? Misunderstanding Islamic Radicalization in Pakistan
Are we underestimating the contribution of regular Pakistanis in fostering a climate of violence in Pakistan?
Cognitive Dissonance? Misunderstanding Islamic Radicalization in Pakistan
Interview: Farahnaz Ispahani
March 10, 2016
Interview: Farahnaz Ispahani
“Christians, Hindus, Shia Muslims are under attack every day.”
Interview: Farahnaz Ispahani
Remembering Dr. Abdus Salam – Pakistan’s Greatest Scientist
February 14, 2015
Remembering Dr. Abdus Salam – Pakistan’s Greatest Scientist
Persecuted for his faith, Salam has long been forgotten in his homeland. That is about to change.
Remembering Dr. Abdus Salam – Pakistan’s Greatest Scientist
Blasphemy Laws: Pakistan’s Religious Apartheid
August 09, 2014
Blasphemy Laws: Pakistan’s Religious Apartheid
Pakistan condemns Israel in Gaza is hypocritical, but has its own issues with religious minorities.
Blasphemy Laws: Pakistan’s Religious Apartheid
Blasphemy and Religious Intolerance in Pakistan
August 07, 2014
Blasphemy and Religious Intolerance in Pakistan
Recent violence against the Ahmadi minority is part of a disturbing trend.
Blasphemy and Religious Intolerance in Pakistan
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