We are not torture abolitionists, as we fervently proclaim, but closeted torture apologists.
Asfand Yar Warraich
Can trees and rivers be accorded legal rights?
Can this case be a springboard for institutional reform?
Evidently, the state has yet to comprehend the magnitude of our environmental concerns.
The lack of grass-roots advocacy has rendered human rights an academic, rather than a political, pursuit.
We must reconfigure our idea of justice.
We are villainising our minorities, glorifying our wars and subverting logic on its head — and to what end?