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Jihadis Cleansing Pakistan of Christians, by Raymond Ibrahim
RaymonIbrahim.com, March 23, 2015

On Sunday, March 15, as Christian churches around the world were celebrating morning mass, two churches in Pakistan were attacked by Islamic suicide bombers. 230 more words

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Earlier this month, the New York Times published an article about the dangers Afghan policewomen face, not from suspected criminals, but from Afghan men who put policewomen and prostitutes in the same category and believe both dishonor their families. 574 more words

"India's Daughter"

Taliban vs. ISIS: Too much terror, too few people

With the Taliban dominant, ISIS will have trouble making space in Pakistan—though the group is becoming more popular

The brutal methods that the Islamic State of Iraq and Greater Syria (ISIS) has become notorious for were already seen some years ago, first in Afghanistan and later in Pakistan, as the two branches of the Taliban in those countries took root. 696 more words


Interview - Journalist Sean Carberry on Afghanistan & conflict reporting

By Mackenzie Weinger:

In December 2014, reporter Sean Carberry shut the doors of NPR’s Kabul, Afghanistan bureau. The United States public radio network had put the bureau’s closure on the calendar back in 2012, deciding to leave the country due to the planned reduction of US troops. 2,069 more words

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The Uncertain Future of Education in Afghanistan

Southern Ghazni, Afghanistan; 2007 – Dozens of small children draped in dirt-sprinkled clothing stood near the school. The crumbling structure, burned by the Taliban during its reign in the 1990s, was re-opening for the first time since the fall of the regime six years earlier. 928 more words

New York Times Gets It Wrong On Bergdahl

 If military prosecutors followed the lead of the New York Times, alleged army deserter Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl would see charges of desertion and misbehaving before the enemy… 562 more words

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