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Mazhar Iqbal is a peace and human rights activist from Pakistan Administered Kashmir, and has written for a number of newspapers, magazines and websites. Born and raised in a conflict area, he has a natural bent to study and reflect on the happenings across the Line of Control in Kashmir. Thus, generally but not exclusively focus of his writings is on situation of human rights, peace and political developments in this zone. He is associated with Press for Peace and can be reached at [email protected]

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Articles by Mazhar Iqbal :

Pakistan: AHRC Appeals To Release Former Kashmiri Militant

The Asian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) has recently launched an urgent appeal asking for the release of a former Kashmiri

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Detracting Justice For Pakistani War Prisoners – OpEd

The Indian Supreme Court is dealing with a myth nowadays. One party says he is a war prisoner, the other

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Why 14-Year-Old Malala Is Important For Pakistan – OpEd

Malala Yousafzai, 14, is the new face of Pakistan – the country that has persistently been pushed as the hotbed

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Protecting Girl Children And Pakistan’s Woes – OpEd

As the World inaugurates the First International Day of Girl Child, Pakistan is struggling to save life of a brave

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Considering Representation For Gilgit Baltistan On Pakistani Parliament – OpEd

A senior lawyer-cum-politician from Gilgit Baltistan (GB)-a territory disputed between India and Pakistan and currently governed by Pakistan-backed government, has

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