In a word: Hypocrisy
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LAHORE: The Muslim and Christian communities came together during Sunday mass in a show of solidarity in Lahore.
Most, if not all, super heroes wear cloaks and masks to hide their identity. But how about a burqa?
A fascinating glimpse into the past.
After a series of attacks on mosques, wild rumours about animal slaughter and an attempt to outlaw the halal system of classification, the BBC’s Charles Haviland investigates how Sri Lanka’s Muslim minority is being targeted by hardline Buddhists.
Hundreds have been killed so far.
Neo-Fascists stabbed a Pakistani immigrant, Shehzad Luqman in a racist attack in Greece.
Can the West save brown women from brown men?
A vital question remains unacknowledged: Do we have any idea what terrorism really is?
Lord Gilbert said that what used to be called a neutron bomb, but was actually an enhanced radiation reduced blast weapon (ERRB), could have “many uses” today.
A study to confirm what we already knew: civilian casualties create new enemies.
Vigilant security or vindictive humiliation?
Kalsoom Bibi, daughter of Irshad Masih and Muhammad Bilal, son of Ashraf Masih, were killed on the spot after Kalsoom’s brother Imran opened fire on them.