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The capture of Jundullah leader Abdolmalek Rigi

Abdolmalek Rigi, the leader of Jundallah militant group, was nabbed in Iran on 23rd Feb in a dramatic fashion. His post-arrest statement and a photo allegedly showing him at a US base in Afghanistan just 24 hours before his arrest has sparked an interest debate on US role with Jundallah under Obama’s administration. Although Pentagon … Continue reading

Imam Hatip school’s model of Islamic education

Imam Hatip is a secondary level school in Turkey which teaches Arabic and Quran, and a wide array of literature including Stefanie Meyer’s Eclipse! A far cry from a stereotype madrassah model, it opens a door of opportunity for moderate model of education. DAWN shows small gallery from the school here and school’s website can … Continue reading

[Satire] Change history, we don’t ride camels!

“People in the West think we live on some barren land and ride camels. We never traveled on camels. We had horses. Our history is not properly represented.” A young lady designer, apparently Feeha Noor Jamshed, has announced that we never traveled on camels.  This we included all her designer friends, and staff of family-owned … Continue reading

You’re a terrorist. And you’re not.

US authorities have confirmed that Joseph Andrew Stack who crashed a plane in government office in Austin, TX is not a terrorist. Austin’s Chief of Police, Art Acevedo, stated, “I consider this a criminal attack by a lone individual.” They testified this after proclaiming that it was indeed a suicide attack. Indeed, an ‘interesting’ definition. A … Continue reading

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