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Mother’s Day in the War on Terror
May 9, 2010
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It’s mothers day again, America, 2010. The frenzy for fragrance-free flowers will make for a hectic Sunday morning. Everyone will be a feminist for the day. Mothers will lie in bed and watch the Sunday morning talk shows while fathers juggle kids and kitchens. The TV hosts will convey child-like heart warming messages of love […]
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Pakistan Governance Model: Beg, Borrow and Steal
May 8, 2010
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Discussing the developments of Faisal Shahzad’s arrest on a Pakistani TV channel this week, I was asked: why is America against Muslims. Reducing American actions to ideology is not only simplistic but also obscures critical analysis. Why is it that Muslims from Qatar or Oman: Muslims from India, Bangladesh, Malaysia or Indonesia not under scrutiny? […]
Pakistani-Americans Must Condemn Times Square Adventurism
May 4, 2010
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Like an exogenous bad news that suddenly stunts the market and everyone – no matter how risk averse, above board they may have been – are negatively impacted – every Pakistani-American felt a ton of bricks when Attorney General Eric Holder announced that an individual from their community may have driven an explosive laden SUV […]