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Orakzai bomb blast and mocking Zameer Akhtar

Just a few months ago, social media was awash with some selected clips of a Zakir (Majlis reciter), Zameer Akhtar. Apparently, his 4 selected clips (totalling 15-20 minutes out of a total of 100+ [...]



The Hacking attacks against Saudi critic Ali AlAhmed are condemnable

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10-November-2018

In the light of the horrific murder of Jamal Khashoggi by the Saudi regime, this harassment against a prominent Saudi critic, Ali AlAhmed is particularly disturbing. Unlike the token, selective [...]



The Systemic Genocide of Shias in Pakistan – Gul e Zahra

29th October have come and gone by Silently. Since the evening I wasn’t feeling right about something, my heart kept sinking and I felt sad for unknown reason and then I realized that today in [...]

Al Baqee stands before the UN Rights Council to denounce religious rights violaitons in Saudi Arabia

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11-October-2018

For Immediate Release – 11 October, 2018 –  Geneva, Switzerland – GENEVA – At 10:30 am this morning at the UN Office in Geneva, Switzerland, advocates from dozens of [...]

Jamal Khashoggi was no Revolutionary, Rebel or Human rights defender

On October 2nd, 2018, Around 1:15, a Saudi citizen, who is also a US resident and is a known Columnist for Washington post, walks into the Saudi Consulate general in Istanbul, never to come back, [...]

Azadari in Pakistan is both a great unifier and the perfect litmus test

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09-October-2018

Some Salafi-Wahhabi Muslims try to dilute Ashura by a mechanical commemoration of a Jewish holiday. Even though they hate both Jews and Shias. Some Shia Inqilabis try to dilute Ashura by [...]

Shah Ahmed Noorani’s brave stand against Nasibi Yazeedis

A group of cursed Nasibis ( people who hate Imam Ali as ) have always existed since last 1400 years, even in the times of Holy Prophpet (Pbuhp), Their hatred and enmity towards Imam Ali (as) has [...]



Yemen at war – Whose legitimacy is the right legitimacy? – by Catherine Shakdam

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04-October-2018

Earlier this September UN envoy to Yemen Martin Griffiths reaffirmed what he sees as his foremost mandate:  “to begin the difficult and uncertain journey away from war.” But how does one go about [...]

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