The CII and NMC have denounced Dr Suddle’s recommendations on educational content.
State institutions pick and choose religious groups when needed for their political purposes.
A shift in our security approach needs open discussion on public forums, media, and in parliament.
The state desires to control the thoughts of its citizens.
The term ‘terrorism’ is still defined in a vague and contradictory manner.
The trolls are spewing what they have absorbed over the years.
So far, CPEC has failed to create any kind of sociocultural fusion in society.
Tackling religious extremism will remain a low priority for the state.
The ‘mindset’ of the power elite here has limited skills of negotiating with people at the margins.
During the pandemic, faith has performed its role at several levels.
The process of securing our borders with barbed wire is now extending to our cities.
The organisation has been testing the nerves of state institutions for a long while now.
Terrorist groups thrive in times of political crises.
Coercive uniformity cannot be an alternative to diversity.
Recent countrywide protests have exposed the flawed strategy of the state.
One critical issue remains the Taliban’s relationship with foreign militants in Afghanistan.
Certain developments may partly explain the recent upsurge in terrorist violence.
For the ordinary Muslim, visualising politics separately from religion is not an easy task.
The confidence of ministers suggests that the government has achieved some major milestones.
Many in GB believe the process of forming a king’s party has been accelerated during the last few weeks.