Nadeem Gul

Story of Baghdadi chickens and a ‘failed journalist’

Story of Baghdadi chickens and a ‘failed journalist’

Recently a Srinagar based online portal carried a write-up titled as Chickens come home to roost for Kashmir’s Islamists. In the article, the author has sought to discuss certain dimensions of militant movement in Kashmir, which erupted some thirty years ago in late eighties of 20th century. The reasons of militancy eruption in Kashmir were […]

 Peerzada Umer

Undoing of Ba’athism: The Syrian Conundrum

Undoing of Ba’athism: The Syrian Conundrum

The Syrian uprising to dethrone the autocratic ruler tested the mettle of both Assad and the rebels, but evidently, worst sufferers were neither but the innocent unarmed civilians. The Syrian crisis can’t be attributed to a binary of sectarianism but religious demography conjugated with lack of freedom and economic woes which drove resentment of the […]

 Guest Author

Truth about Sunni Genocide in Iraq

Truth about Sunni Genocide in Iraq

Evil thrives in darkness! When a country has been a war-zone for 14 years, when there is no possibility of a civil governance, when infrastructure barely exists anymore, and when the only media that can inform the outside world is the media that belongs to the occupiers – then in this dark, bloody place, evil […]