Day: May 11, 2015

Al Jazeera plays a dangerous game in Egypt : Mohamed Fahmy’s theme at his press conference will be that “journalism is not political activism”

By Robert Fisk, The Independent In a few hours’ time, in Cairo, Mohamed Fahmy will hold a press conference which every reporter will want to observe. The Al Jazeera journalist, who spent 411 days in Egypt’s gruesome Tora prison on trumped-up state charges of “terrorism”, refused, even after a long […]

Ahmadiyya – in Wikipedia

Ahmadiyya From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia “Ahmadi” redirects here. For the surname, see Ahmadi (surname). For other uses, see Ahmadi (disambiguation). The White Minaret with the Ahmadiyya Flag in Qadian, India. For Ahmadi Muslims, the two symbolise the advent of the Promised Messiah Part of a series on: Ahmadiyya Beliefs […]

Pakistan’s silent partition Ahmadis, a persecuted Muslim sect, have been flocking to Sri Lanka in search of asylum. Now they’re being turned away.

INTERNATIONAL Pakistan’s silent partition Ahmadis, a persecuted Muslim sect, have been flocking to Sri Lanka in search of asylum. Now they’re being turned away January 27, 2015 5:00AM ET by Zehra Abid @zehra_abid4 Editor’s Note:     This News item is from January 2015.    Has anything changed since then? […]

Pakistan's silent partition Ahmadis, a persecuted Muslim sect, have been flocking to Sri Lanka in search of asylum. Now they're being turned away.

INTERNATIONAL Pakistan’s silent partition Ahmadis, a persecuted Muslim sect, have been flocking to Sri Lanka in search of asylum. Now they’re being turned away January 27, 2015 5:00AM ET by Zehra Abid @zehra_abid4 Editor’s Note:     This News item is from January 2015.    Has anything changed since then? […]

Kayani, Shuja Pasha knew of OBL raid in advance:

Source: ET LONDON: US forces killed Osama bin Laden with the full cooperation of Pakistani military and intelligence agencies, who had kept the 9/11 mastermind prisoner inside his infamous Abbottabad compound for years before the fatal raid, according to a controversial article in the London Review of Books by veteran investigative […]