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By Khawaja Ali Zubair
All the wrong subtractions relates to the life of a young man, Nadir Husseni, who narrates the crests and troughs of his life and the losses he incurs over the course of a few years. The mistakes he makes and the sadist he inadvertently encounters, aggregate to change the scope of his entire...
ISLAMABAD â€“ Pakistanâ€™s military was ridiculed and accused of complicity in the media on Tuesday after a small group of militants laid siege to a naval air base, holding out for 16 hours against about one hundred commandos and rangers. As few as 6 militants infiltrated the PNS...
The rate of infanticide is on the rise in Pakistan (and probably other countries) and some are blaming it on Islam. But to blame it on Islam is wrong, especially in Pakistan, which is an Islamic country with a unIslamic culture.
Every man-made thing has a scope for improvement and Blasphemy laws are no different, this is an undeniable fact. There is no harm in giving rational consideration to the voice of the people and the recommendations for amendments in the law coming from various circles. The religious scholars and...
Short Story | Updated Nov 26, 2010 | Reads: 0 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
What we have we take for granted, but nothing is real till itâ€™s gone â€¦ like freedom! Imagine what your life would have been like in social, cultural, and religious captivityâ€¦ if you were born before Independence.
"Standing in front of the mirror I would give quick brushes to my hair and allow it to drift
either side. Back then my appearance didn't matter to me. Deep inside me I had that fire glowing, burning endlessly, obliterating all the feelings except that of achievement; hunger for recognition,...
By Shellie Burg
A reminder to everyone about the flood in Pakistan.
Essay | Updated Sep 14, 2010 | Reads: 6 | Comments: 2 | Likes: 2
This is a little poem I wrote when thinking of the disastrous floods in Pakistan. For those who did not know, the floods in pakistan are equal to 5 Englands put together! The help that those people need is beyond out imagination, and most are sitting under the stars praying to God that they will...
Poetry | Updated Sep 3, 2010 | Reads: 4 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 3
By Page Conquerer
The poems of an Indian student...
By Sweet Angel
A journal about my experience when I visited Asia;s largest mine in my own country and the wonderful scenery which reflects my own feelings on the wonderful spot!
Daniel was born in an Islamic Republic, as a Muslim. He would emerge as a Christian later in his life. Follow Daniel as he confronts the toughest questions, as he explores life, as he finds the real answers.
It's about a girl from Pakistan who moves to America. Sort of a love story, but not
Short Story | Updated Jun 14, 2010 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
My two years long journey at the institute started on the fateful January of 2003 in a two lecture room department to provide education to a little more than two hundred students of morning and afternoon program and also the strength of our seniors. There was a space constriction right away and...
Halim grew up with his extended family in San Francisco. When he was just six his father moved Halim, his mother, and brother to a small town in northwestern Minnesota. As the only Muslim family in the whole town, Halim and his family became the target of harsh racism. At school Halim was...