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Plight of Syrian Refugees

Originally written for Lex Solo`s Blog It has been over 4 years since the Syrian civil war started. Although the Arab Spring took the whole Middle East by a storm, but the Syrians were the most affected. An estimated 9 million Syrians have fled their homes since the outbreak of civil war in March 2011, … Continue reading

Pakistan: A symbol of resilience and endurance

It has been a long journey, with countless ups and downs. The idea which took inception during Sir Syed Ahmeds time as the 2 nation theory, matured into a dream under Iqbals watchful gaze and materialised as the Islamic Republic of Pakistan as a result of Quaid e Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnahs rock solid will and untiring efforts. Continue reading

Fatimah Jinnahs legacy

Fatimah Jinnah, sister of Muhammad Ali Jinnah, the founder of Pakistan. Ms. Jinnah holds as must importance in the creation of Pakistan as Mr. Jinnah, there is no doubt about her role and sacrifices for this nation. In brief words, her life can be described as a struggle to achieve an independent state for Muslims … Continue reading

iWar via @SaleemFarrukh

Pakistan is under attack – an unconventional attack to be certain. Perception warfare is the new battleground. Perception management and reflexive control are the new weapons of war. And the media is the new medium of this new war. Pakistan’s adversaries – both state and non-state – are bombarding specially designed, targeted and premeditated messages … Continue reading