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At least 50 clerics affiliated with Tanzeem Ittehad-i-Ummat have issued a fatwa that marriage with a transgender person is lawful.
Friends decline my invitations and I have taken to sleeping outside under the trees, to avoid becoming a magnet of death for my family.
Pakistan’s strict blasphemy laws could soon be modified to combat increasing misuse.
Mazhar’s claim is backed by research on the history of Hanafi deliberation on the issue of blasphemy.
The National Student’s Federation (NSF) organised the formation of a human shield at the Holi celebrations at Swami Narayan Temple.
Challenging the blasphemy narrative in Pakistan.
The shocking CIA confession that barely made the news.
This giant picture of a child was laid out two weeks ago in rural Pakistan by a group of artists who want to help “save innocent lives”.
Aitazaz Bangash died at the main gate of his school after tacking a suicide bomber, saving schoolmates.
This bell calls other travelers to take the road…
“I no longer love blue skies. In fact, I now prefer grey skies. The drones do not fly when the skies are grey.”
We’ve been telling you all along.