A manifesto for a Muslim-free Europe, an Infidel-free Middle East

IMran Khan, an Al Jazeera correspondent, reports from across Pakistan. I have just finished reading a terrifying document. It’s called 2083: A European declaration of Independence. It’s full of advice for the budding… Continue reading

Norway: A Firsthand Account of the Massacre in Utøya

Solana Larsen is a Danish-Puerto Rican journalist and activist, currently living in both New York and Berlin. She is the Managing Editor of Global Voices website. Previously  she worked with openDemocracy.net. On Twitter,… Continue reading

The legend and the heiress

To read more about the book in the words of author himsel, click here. Excerpted from Frank Huzur‘s Imran Versus Imran: The Untold Story When Imran and Jemima arrived at Zaman Park in… Continue reading

Mandela, communism, and South Africa

Stephen Ellis is Desmond Tutu professor in the social sciences at the Free University Amsterdam, and a senior researcher at the African Studies Centre, University of Leiden. He is the author of Season… Continue reading

Of Gaza, Darfur & our hypocrisy

Bargad Special Syed Ali Abbas Zaidi is an aeronautical engineer and founder of Pakistan Youth Alliance. He lives in Islamabad, Pakistan. He can be stalked at twitter, poked at facebook and read at… Continue reading

WHAT TO DO IF YOUR CHILD TELLS YOU THEY HAVE BEEN MOLESTED

You love your child and try to keep them safe, but nonetheless, child sexual abuse is a prevalent problem in the United States and the possibility that one day your child might come… Continue reading

ना जाने क्यूं होता है, यह ज़िंदगी के साथ !

दिलनवाज़ दिलनवाज़ झारखंड के जमशेदपुर के निवासी हैं. उनसे पर passion4pearl@gmail.com संपर्क किया जा सकता है. क्या आपने कभी सोचा है कि क्यों कोई तमाम विपत्तियो के बावजूद विजय को प्राप्त करता है,… Continue reading

What lies beneath Jordanian calls for reform

Nisreen El-Shamayleh is the Jordan-based correspondent for Al Jazeera English. In a rare outbreak of violence, a protest in Amman last Friday demanding political reforms ended in broken bones and cameras. Several pro-reform… Continue reading

Amid the Murdoch Scandal, There Is the Acrid Smell of Business as Usual

John Pilger, Australian-born, London-based journalist, film-maker and author. For his foreign and war reporting, ranging from Vietnam and Cambodia to the Middle East, he has twice won Britain’s highest award for journalism. For… Continue reading

अपनी ज़बान को बचाना अपनी आज़ादी के निशान को बचाना है

प्रकाश के रे बरगद के संपादक हैं. ग़ुलामी के अंधेरों में अपनी ज़बान को बचा कर रख पाना कितना दूभर होता होगा यह वही जानता होगा जिसने उस दौर को झेला होगा और… Continue reading

The Poet of Baghdad

A journey through Iraqi poet Nabeel’s story and a rare insight into the complexities of love and longing in exile. In 1979, Nabeel Yasin fled his homeland of Iraq with his wife Nada… Continue reading