Human rights

The Case of Jamal Khashgoggi

On Saudi Arabia, its despicable human rights record and how it has murdered one of its citizens in its own embassy in Turkey. Read

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No CII, I do not want Sharia to dictate my rights

(Published in The Nation Pakistan) Muslims have this tendency of explaining to others that Islam provided rights to women in an era where they did not have those rights. I tend to disagree with that but that is a whole other debate. Let’s assume that they were provided with these […]

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The Ahmadi Conundrum in Pakistan

(Published in The Huffington Post) Blasphemy is a crime in Pakistan, the punishment for which can be death. The law is a left over of the Indian Penal Code that the British had introduced, and which was later expanded upon by the military dictator Zia ul Haq. More often than not, […]

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Saima Baig