Volume 6, No. 2, February 2024
Editor: Rashed Rahman
The Expulsion of Palestinians to Jordan: Palestine exclusively for the Jewish State
Over the years it has been argued that Israel wanted to expel the Palestinians from the Lebanese refugee camps and maintain a complete blockade of their return to Palestine.
The Disruptive effect of Orthodox Islam on Muslim Identity
Rafi Pervaiz Bhatti
Two centuries, the 17th and the 20th, are very important in the political struggle for dominance between the three classes of Indian Muslims, as elaborated in my first article titled “The Muslim Identity in the Subcontinent” (Pakistan Monthly Review, October 2023)
Mir Mohammad Ali Talpur
Although an amnesty was declared in 1970, the Farrars (rebels) of Marri area weren’t disbanded but continued as in the past and kept the government wary and unable to make any physical or political inroads into the Marri area.
Every day since October 7, 2023 has felt like an International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People, with hundreds of thousands gathering in Istanbul, a million in Jakarta, and then yet another million across Africa and Latin America to demand an end to the brutal attack being carried out by Israel (with the collusion of the US).
In October 14-18, 2023, the Dilemmas of Humanity conference brought together political leaders, activists, and organic intellectuals from around the world to discuss the central problems facing humanity today and strengthen proposals to address them.
Israel’s terroristic roots and exaggeration of Arab terrorism
In this context it is critically important to remember that Israel has its own terroristic history and heritage, which is conveniently ignored in the loud cacophony of the ‘terrorist’ epithet continuously thrown at the Arabs.
Mir Mohammad Ali Talpur
The Baloch leaders were incarcerated or exiled from Balochistan to deprive them of the support and also interaction with people they had influence on and those whom they could potentially influence to resist the injustices against the Baloch.
Ashraf Jehangir Qazi
It is a great privilege to be invited to speak to the Centre for Aerospace and Security Studies (CASS). I shall make some very brief but frank introductory remarks and then respond to the four questions put to me by CASS.
There is a silent revolution underway in Pakistan. This revolution is led by civil society, the true successor of Jinnah. Civil society organisations (CSOs) have changed the relationship between the state and citizen groups from othering to belonging.