Day: April 2, 2013

Pakistan should apologize to Bangladesh

Monday, 25 March 2013 Author / Source: ANISUR RAHMAN KHAN and HARUN UR RASHID E-mail Print PDF Salima Hashmi DHAKA, MAR 24: The Pakistan government should formally apologise to the people of Bangladesh for the atrocities committed by Pakistan occupation army during the War of Independence in 1971, Salima Hashmi, […]

Buddhism turns violent in Myanmar

Source: Asia Times: By Matthew J Walton Recent violence in Myanmar between Buddhists and Muslims in the central town of Meikhtila (also spelt Meiktila) and areas beyond, which has left a reported 43 people dead, as many as 12,000 displaced, and more than 1,000 homes and building destroyed, has raised […]

Pakistan: A vanishing state

Source: ET Both empires and states fail or collapse. Examples include the Roman, Ottoman, Austro-Hungarian, Mughal and British empires. From the recent past, the Soviet Union, Czechoslovakia, Yugoslavia and Sudan are the best examples. Professor Norman Davies, in his book Vanished Kingdoms: The Rise and Fall of States and Nations […]

Pakistan: Ahmadiyya minority in danger

Culture and Belief: The urgent call is initiated. The  Asian Human Rights Commission  (Commission Asian Human Rights)  reported on its website that Ahmadi family was brutally tortured by fundamentalists with their accomplices. The mullahs (fundamentalists) were accompanied by a sixty people from various terrorist organizations in Pakistan and invaded the house of the president of the […]

Will Non-Muslims Return to Turkey?

By: Orhan Kemal Cengiz for Al-Monitor Turkey Pulse. Posted on April 1. Omer Celik, minister of culture of Turkey’s Justice and Development Party (AKP) government, has made repeated calls recently in which he invited non-Muslims to come back to Turkey. In his most recent TV interview on March 29, Prime […]