Report by: Amar Sindhu, Hyderabad, Sindh
The rally of Women Action Forum has been taken against the harassment of women at public places in Hyderabad on the eve of 30th of July. The rally was attended by large number of citizens, men and women, active members of civil society, journalists, local leaders of political parties and other organizations.
by: Iqbal Tareen, Washington, DC
The issue of rising tide of Islamic extremism in Punjab requires more attention than it has received especially with respect to the role of Pakistan Muslim League (N), which claims to be a mainstream political party. More than anything else, the very existence of PML (N) will become irrelevant if it failed to differentiate itself from other religious parties in the country. Majority of the people of Pakistan do not want to see state policing Islam in their living rooms and bedrooms. Absolute majority of Pakistanis have rejected and will continue rejecting religion as a system of dictates. They cherish it as a moral support system and inspiration for social and cultural value system.
I am not being overly critical of Shariff brothers but I can’t ignore the fact that the birth of their political careers has been an absolute blessing of Zia’s era. It has been very hard for PML (N) leadership to cut their ideological umbilical cord with Zia’s extreme religious ideology. I have yet to hear from Shariff brothers denouncing their association with Zia or declaring his Taliban style rule in Pakistan as insane.
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Each time, we find our community (Sindhi people) are sinking deeper and deeper. Now, every one is defending himself and “collective power” is almost gone. The one of the reasons for keeping PPP out of power is to ensure that no one can speak for Sindhis from a powerful political corridors.
Sibel Edmonds on the Mike Malloy radio show
Courtesy: Global Research, August 1, 2009
Former FBI translator Sibel Edmonds dropped a bombshell on the Mike Malloy radio show, guest-hosted by Brad Friedman (audio, partial transcript). In the interview, Sibel says that the US maintained ‘intimate relations’ with Bin Laden, and the Taliban, “all the way until that day of September 11.”
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