Day: April 17, 2018

Pakistani rights movement Army wants no one to see

A new civil rights movement in Pakistan is galvanizing a rapidly growing following among the country’s ethnic Pashtun minority by doing the nearly unthinkable: openly accusing the powerful and popular Pakistani military establishment of being “oppressors” who kill or whisk away Pashtuns by the thousands. Counting hundreds of thousands of […]

Police, Shiites clash over detained leader in Abuja

Source: The Guardian By Igho Akeregha, Oludare Richards, Tina Abeku (Abuja) and Abdulganiyu Alabi (Kaduna) It was violence yesterday as members of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN), also known as Shiites, clashed with the police in Abuja. A senior member of the group, Abdullahi Mohammed Musa, informed The Guardian on […]

Dozens of evangelical leaders meet to discuss how Trump era has unleashed ‘grotesque caricature’ of their faith

Source: The Washington Post By Sarah Pulliam Bailey April 16 at 10:00 AM Email the author Wheaton College. (Sarah Pulliam Bailey) About 50 top leaders of major evangelical institutions will attend an invitation-only gathering this week to discuss the future and the “soul” of evangelicalism at a time when many of them are […]