How South Asia’s Brand of Sufi Islam Became Radicalized
By Kunwar Khuldune Shahid
Radical Barelvi groups are now resorting to violence to underline their sect – once famous for its pluralism – as the truest version of Islam.
The Murder of Amjad Sabri
By Alhan Fakhr
How the death of a Sufi singer lays bare Pakistan’s violent contradictions.
Amjad Sabri's Killing, Religious Intolerance, and Pakistan’s New Era of Militancy
By Michael Kugelman
Anti-state terror campaigns have weakened, but anti-society militancy is gaining steam.
How South Asia Will Save Global Islam
By Akhilesh Pillalamarri
The South Asian traditions of Islam offer a compelling alternative to the religion's practice in the Middle East.
From Confrontation to Cooperation in South Asia: Lessons from Sikhism and Sufism
By M. Ashraf Haidari
Much can be learned from the centuries-old relationship between Sufism and Sikhism.