In this response to an editorial published by then-President of Pakistan, General Pervez Musharraf, Pakistani politicians and intelligentsia to truly examine...
Tag - State – Pakistan
Presenting the second part of a Harvard lecture in which advocate Mujeeb ur Rahman discusses the erosion of the rights of Ahmadis in Pakistan.
Acid attacks on women in Pakistan
Pakistan’s Blasphemy Laws
A passionate and heated debate currently surrounds the issue of Islam’s role in Germany, and whether it belongs in the country. Are these fears about Islam...
Religious Freedom in Indonesia Under Siege
The Worldwide Web of Extremism
A short but in-depth biography on the first Imam of the first mosque in London, who played a key role in convincing Muhammad Ali Jinnah to return to India from...
Let’s Get the Basics Right!
In response to the terrorist attacks that took place at two Ahmadi Muslim mosques in Lahore on 28 May 2010.
Vice-Chair of the Parliamentary Human Rights Group, UK, on the violence against Ahmadiyya Muslim worshippers and their mosques in Lahore, Pakistan.
The Acts endorsed by the Government of Pakistan that have denied basic Human Rights and openly allows persecution against the Ahmadiyya Muslim community to...
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In this study of why poverty is so widespread in Pakistan, the author offers solutions based on Qur’anic teachings.
The failure of the UN to restore peace is rapidly drawing the world towards the brink of another world war. The 1929 Depression led to World War II and a...
A Blot on Swat
A reflection of the early life of Hadhrat Sahibzada Mirza Masroor Ahmad.
Majlis Ahrar and Maududi’s attempts to halt the progress of the community.
The final installment of an independant report exposing the lack of protection from persecution in Rabwah itself.
Continuation of the report, 'Rabwah – A Place for Martyrs?' of the UK's Parliamentary Human Rights Group mission to Pakistan investigating the internal flight...
2 The Review of Religions – November 2005 Religious Bigotry It was on Friday 7th October, the first Friday of the blessed month of Ramadhan 1426AH. Eager wor...
On 8th October 2005 Pakistan was hit by a 7.6-magnitude earthquake that caused major devastation in the north of the country and in Kashmir.
This meeting with guests from the former Soviet Union presents a profound insight into the consequences of the collapse of the former Soviet Union.
The life and work of Professor Abdus Salam (Nobel laureate), the greatest Islamic scientist of the last century.
A look at how Islam responds to the challenge of secularism as a form of governance in the modern world with particular reference to Pakistan.
An account of how too much science has created new diseases for the rich world, and too little has left the poor struggling to eat and fend off basic diseases.
An assessment of the factors preventing enlightened moderation in Pakistan and a rational plea to the Pakistani intelligentsia. Written in response to an...
A brief history of Islam from the Caliphats, through the medieval era, the Mongols and Ottoman Empires to today (well, 1947), including a background to the...
Concluding a detailed review of the background to the persecution of Ahmadis – Part 3.