Two weeks ago, I flew in from Qatar to Pakistan to attend and support the most peaceful long-march with millions of Pakistani people. We marched from Lahore, through seven cities towards the Parliamen
Today we hear the sad case of a seven-year-old child named Yaseen – incidentally also the name of a chapter of the Qur’an – who was beaten to death by his mother, Sara Ege, for failing to memori
The question by Tarek Fatah, Canadian writer, asking where was God in the face of the Indian gang rape victim shows how arrogant we as humans have become. Human beings always try to avoid responsibil
I’ve tried to understand the meaning of the seasonal spirit – a (dry) roast turkey, cranberry sauce, mince pies; all good and well. But I struggle, as do my friends, to reconcile the murder of 29
Movies about disasters and world’s end get lots of attention these days, and 2012, in specific, attracts lots of attention. The movie is about the end of the world, according to existing prophecies,
My parents, being Muslims, would always tell me "we have our traditions, Sarra, and they have theirs! You should have your freedom to practice your traditions and religion no matter what people say!"
It’s a tragedy in itself that tragedy strikes as often as it does. In coping with this troubling reality, we often rush to safety—in our lives and in our minds. We move ourselves and our families
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