In light of the recent human rights violations in Palestine, it is important to remember who to direct our frustration and anger towards.Read more
In continuation of my previous article “What Jinnah accomplished” I further want to discuss the division of East and West Pakistan. Is it possible for East and West Pakistan to have remained one nation or were they bound to separate?Read more
In Pakistan, we just celebrated Quaid e Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah’s birthday on 25th December. On this occasion, I want to discuss some points Faisal Devji raised in his book, ‘Muslim Zion’ and later I will give my point of view on what Jinnah accomplished with the partition
“It is clear, nevertheless, that what he [Jinnah] accomplished was not simply the partition of India, but that of its Muslims also, whose demographic weight in the subcontinent was destroyed by Pakistan’s founding” is a quote from the Muslim Zion, a book authored by Faisal Devji in which he shines light upon the pressing issue that is the state of Muslims in the subcontinent.Read more
“The Hagia Sophia, Ayasofya in Turkish, which is set against the beautiful pink skies of Istanbul was originally built as a Christian Basilica over 1,500 years ago and during this time it has transformed with the dynamic Turkish culture. Designed by Isidoros (Milet), Anthemios (Tralles) and Isidore the Younger (the nephew of Isidoros), it is now a global structure with its significance ranging from matters of politics and religion to those concerning art history and architecture.Read more
“She cannot sleep at night, because her nerve endings have got inflamed….she suffers great pain. I want my daughter to sing folk songs again. I do not want my child to die. Don’t you want to see these bright people on the stage? So, please, everyone who hears my words: Please do something, but quickly.” said Aygul Bilgi who was the mother of Helin Bolek who is a Turkish singer who passed away after going on a 288 day long hunger strike.Read more
Article: “Racism is a very prevalent issue in our world and almost every body faces it in their day to day lives to varying degrees. Some of us are subjected to racism in the work place which can be something as simple as a promotion getting delayed while others can end up losing their life on the basis of external differences.Read more
In these times of corona virus while it is important for us to condemn the actions of those nation statesRead more
As a student who is looking to major in political science with minors in sociology and economics, I know thatRead more
By now everyone knows what Covid 19 is and how dangerous it is but what is less commonly known isRead more
It was really hard for me to understand why everyone was complaining about having to stay at home because even though I missed my friends and being able to go out I really enjoyed spending time at home with my family.
We would wake up and then cook breakfast together, play “uno” and fight over what the rules were, binge watch tv shows together and when we got tired of all of this we would retire to our phones to connect with the outside world.
On one such occasion I was browsing through my phone and I came across a post from a friend which asked what would happen if all internet facilities went out and I was completely horrified by the thought. I started wondering how anyone would manage to live without internet access because I was so dependent on it for finding recipes, proving my point, watching netflix, talking to my friends, and staying updated with news that I could not imagine my life without it and then it struck me that there were people out there who were living my nightmare.