Journalist Rafiq Khan faced a fierce backlash for asking about Pakistani women’s football team’s kit
Devastating floods have left a third of Pakistan under water. Officials have stated this year’s floods are on par with those of 2010, the worst on record, and on August 26th Pakistan declared the flooding’s a national emergency.
While his supporters will call it resolve and his critics will call it stubbornness, Imran Khan has proved once again that he will not succumb to either national or international pressure to change his stances and policies.
The story of Khan is not just a Pakistani story, but a Muslim one.
It was Yvonne Ridley – the British investigative journalist – who uncovered the truth about Dr Aafia Siddiqui’s whereabouts, calling her “the most wronged woman in the world”.
Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan declared this year’s Independence Day as being ‘Green Pakistan Day’.
The real challenge is not getting into power, but genuinely maintaining it, writes Sh Haitham al-Haddad.
Although many know him as the founder of one of the original and most influential Islamic revivalist movements, Jamaat-e-Islami, did you know that Maulana Maududi was also part of establishing and running the Islamic University of Madinah?
Is the reaction we are seeing to the Kashmir crisis a sign of shifting priorities for Muslims’ rulers?
After the repeal of Article 370 and a total shutdown of Kashmir 28 days ago, politics lecturer Muhammad Jalal takes an in-depth look at the politics behind the decision.