Reading: Some Reflections (and the Books I read in 2016)

Aslam Kakar

I grew up in a small village on the periphery of Pakistan. In childhood and till my undergraduate studies […]

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The Dark Sludge of Religious Sectarianism

By Saad Hafiz

The recent murder of Dr Mohammad Shakil Auj, the dean of Islamic Studies at the University of Karachi, […]

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Understanding Islamic Revival In Its Proper Context

By Yasser Latif Hamdani
 My secular comrades and friends will probably disagree with me or maybe not, and it is nothing […]

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NRO Debate Continues …

By Yasser Latif Hamdani
Duniya ki tareekh gawah hai,  adl bina jamhoor na hoga  
History bears witness,  there shall be no republic […]

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The Politics of Burqah and Secularism

By Michelle Goldberg
On Monday, Nicolas Sarkozy became the first French president since Charles Louis-Napoleon Bonaparte to address the Parliament, thanks […]

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