By Farahnaz Ispahani and Nina Shea , Special to CNN Editor's note: Farahnaz Ispahani is a former member of the Pakistani parliament and Public Policy Scholar at the Woodrow Wilson Center 2013-2014. Her forthcoming book is 'Waiting to Die: ... CNN, 1 month ago
Pakistani exiles speak out about country's religious extremism - Austin American Statesman, 1 month ago
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The retreat ceremony at the Wagah land crossing, the main immigration and trade point between India and Pakistan, has been taking place daily since 1959. Soldiers on both sides stomp around in a synchronized drill that climaxes in a shutting of the ...Business Standard India, 2 weeks ago
Are the cast, crew and fans of Homeland — Showtime's television series about a brilliant but neurotic CIA agent — Islamophobes? That's the implication of articles published this month in both The Washington Post and The New York Times. In the ...Washington Times, 1 month ago
Pakistan has, yet again, demonstrated that it does not respect religious liberty. Yesterday, Pakistan's Lahore High Court upheld the death penalty for Aasia Bibi, a Christian woman, on blasphemy charges. Bibi's lawyers will appeal the case to the ...Heritage Foundation, 1 month ago
In Iraq and Syria, untold thousands have died and hundreds of thousands of refugees are fleeing their homes and homelands. Myriad Yazidis, Kurds, Turkomen, Shia Muslims have escaped with the only the clothes on their backs. And Christians as it ...FOXNews.com, 1 month ago
While much of the world is currently focused on the threat posed by ISIS, a Pakistani couple living in exile in the United States continues to speak out about the heavy cost of Islamic fundamentalism in their homeland. Also this week on The ...CBC, 1 month ago
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