Amanat Ali Chaudhry

  • The supreme sacrifice rendered by Hazrat Imam Hussain (AS) and his revered family on the plains of Karbala continues to inspire humanity irrespective of caste, creed, and colour. Centuries have gone by since the epoch-making events on the 10th of Muharram, the relevance and centrality of the ...

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  • Already reeling under severe criticism in the wake of the countrywide protests against the killing of African-American George Floyd and his handling of the corona pandemic, John Bolton’s newly published book ‘The Room Where it Happened’ has put President Trump in a tight spot. The ...

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  • One of the known aspects of popular nationalism that is raging across Australia, North America and much of Europe is rejection of the ‘other’. Anyone who has a different colour, practises a different religion and comes from another country is considered to be an alien who is not ...

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  • Every now and then something happens that highlights the precarious situation in which non-Muslim religious minorities are living their life in Pakistan. However, the gloss on the issues of religious minorities proves to be fleeting in nature. The pattern that has emerged from a number of recent ...

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  • As floods in Punjab and Azad Jammu & Kashmir for the fourth consecutive year leave behind harrowing tales of loss of life, destruction of infrastructure, livestock, property and cash crops, the debate amongst academics has veered towards a narrative that increasingly questions the utility and ...

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