Mehr Sher

  • TDanial Afzal’s The Survivor retraces the unfortunate attack on the Army Public School in Peshawar in 2014. The Survivor is the story of Muneeb, whose brother Shaheer was massacred in the carnage that took place that unfateful day. It focuses on his PTSD and survivor’s guilt, both a ...

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  • TFrom the world’s tallest peaks of the Himalayas up north, to the seemingly never-ending Thar Desert that merges into the Arabian Sea in the south, Pakistan encompasses a diverse panorama. The picturesque landscape leaves a person in absolute awe and perhaps, if you’re like me, even a ...

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  • TTuesday, 8:22 pm - just a few minutes before the two hour ultimatum to the protestors ends. I can hear the protesters in front of the Parliament House picking up momentum and chanting louder and louder, “Labbaik Ya Rasool Allah,” as over 7,000 forces moved in closer in an effort to ...

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  • TThe upcoming 2016 U.S. elections are going to be pivotal, as are all elections. But more so because the past eight years of President Obama’s two terms have been critical in shaping the current geopolitical landscape in a post-9/11 world, which endures the aftermath of the global financial ...

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  • TFebruary 10, 2015 – three young Muslims were murdered in execution style in their home in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Within minutes the local media got hold of the news and within a few hours’ time the national and international media was abuzz, speculating and prying into the lives ...

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  • TDriving down a dark, wooded, winding road up to Shakarparian in Islamabad, you immediately see the bright red sign and illuminated oriental style building catching your eyes. Like me you might also like to pull over the car and give in to the tantalizing fumes of charcoaled meat spreading out from ...

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