Monthly Archives: January 2016

The uncanny chillness of the Charsadda attack

I remember singing along to an oft-recited Hindi poem as part of a 13-member peace delegation to India in the summer of 2001. One couplet always resonated with me deeply, reminiscing the loss of humanity, its words ran something like … Continue reading

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Mr. Cameron: Democratic or Dogmatic?

    These have been troubling times for adherents of the Islamic faith with the rising tide of extremism along with an increasing number of Muslim scholars and clerics attempting to monopolise a singular path to salvation. Most Muslim-majority countries … Continue reading

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