The Malala Yusafzai Case: Debating With The Real Rightwing – OpEd

By Moez Mobeen The attack on the young Malala Yusafzai has morphed in to a debate about the future direction of Pakistan. Such debates are healthy for a society which is marred in all sorts of problems and issues and hence any such initiative about discussing ideas and solutions to the problems felt by the … Continue reading The Malala Yusafzai Case: Debating With The Real Rightwing – OpEd

Gaza: Between Rhetoric And Liberation – OpEd

By Farah Abdul Khaliq The new Hijri year is upon us, marking the 1434th year since Rasoolullah s.a.w. migrated to Madina and established the Khilafah. But instead of being in a mood of celebration over the victory that was given to the Prophet s.a.w after years of persecution and hardship the Ummah finds herself in … Continue reading Gaza: Between Rhetoric And Liberation – OpEd

Taxing Times – OpEd

By Jamal Harwood Several large multinationals were embroiled in a tax scandal this past week as executives from Starbucks, Amazon and Google were hauled before the Commons public accounts committee for interrogation. As expected with the best tax accountants and lawyers on the payroll it is not difficult for multinationals to take advantage of generous … Continue reading Taxing Times – OpEd

Lance Armstrong And Jimmy Savile: How Government Surrended Charity To Celebrity – OpEd

Society should be asking the question; who should be charged with the caring for the mentally ill and the disabled? Should the responsibility of funding; the up keep, the treatment and the management of the weak and vulnerable be left in the hand of perverts and publicity-seekers. By Salim Fredericks Remarkable rises succeeded by dramatic … Continue reading Lance Armstrong And Jimmy Savile: How Government Surrended Charity To Celebrity – OpEd