Dr Suraina Pasha

Dr Suraina Pasha is a political sociologist. She writes on human rights and humanitarian issues from a Muslim perspective. She has a PhD from the University of Sydney, recently completed a fellowship at the London School of Economics and Political Sciences (LSE), and some of her research has been published in the British Journal of Sociology. Prior to her transition to academic research she worked professionally in the international development sector for national and regional organisations in Australia, Asia and the Middle East.
5 Articles

China’s Strike Hard Campaign: Local resonances in Global War on Terror

6 Min Read

Nine years since China launched its version of the War on Terror, here is some global context on the ongoing political and military anti-Muslim offensive.

Remembering the Barin Township Uprising 

4 Min Read

Dr. Suraina Pasha marks the 33rd anniversary of one of the foundational atrocities carried out by the occupying Chinese government on Uyghur Muslims in early 1990.

An Ummah-centric perspective on China–Saudi co-operation

5 Min Read

China's leader recently visited Saudi Arabia; Dr. Suraina Pasha offers an Ummah-centric view on co-operation betwen Muslim and non-Muslim states.

Muslim Governments Are Aiding & Abetting Oppression

6 Min Read

Muslim Governments support China’s Human Rights violations against the Uyghurs

Remembering the Urumchi Massacre – 5 July 2009

5 Min Read

Why do Uyghurs commemorate 5th July?