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Illusion of a democracy

This article is a formal rebuttal to an article written by Mariam Sabih, the article can be read at http://meriamsabih.wordpress.com/2014/09/25/10-reasons-why-pakistans-twin-marches-are-heading-nowhere/comment-page-1/#comment-42 Point by point rebuttal: In the article the author claimed that. 1) Despite irregularities, 2013 general elections were better than ever before and several polls suggest PML-N sustains popularity. It is true that many polls suggest … Continue reading

Silenced forever.

The massacre that started on 30th August 2014, left almost 25 people dead. Government figures report only 2 martyrs because law enforcing agencies took away the dead bodies and those who had minor injuries to unknown locations. These people marched peacefully to Islamabad for their rights, for their human rights, for their constitutional rights. They … Continue reading

Expired Tear Gas Shells

On the night of 30th August 2014, peaceful and unarmed protesters were attacked by the police with tear gas, rubber bullets and then eventually live bullet rounds. 11 people lost their lives and almost 500 were injured in clashes that lasted almost 15 hours. The clashes are still continuing. It is the third day since … Continue reading

Pakistan do you want peace

“This was inevitable and I am afraid this is just the starting!” – Danial Ahmed These words recently messaged to me were the words I did not want to hear. I knew they were coming but I did not want them to become a reality. I’m not Pakistani, but I still suffer like one. I’ve … Continue reading

Dear Pakistan

Dear Pakistan, I know you don’t know me and I probably don’t matter to you, but I’ll just ask you to read this message. Yesterday you saw the heartless murder of your sons and daughters executed by the people that were supposed to protect them. Despair, frustration, and anger are all lingering in the air. … Continue reading

“Every house was hit, they have no target.” via Khalid al Mezaini

Khalid al Mezaini via Gaza

Gaza is still alive via @DaliaZLababidi

Dalia Lababidi via Gaza

Testimony from Gaza via @RajaHassanJamil

Raja Hassan Jamil