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“A teenage girl speaking out for girls’ education is just about the most terrifying thing in the world for the Taliban. She is not some Western NGO activist who just parachuted into Pashtun country to hand out ESL textbooks. She […]

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“’Let this be a lesson’, a spokesman for the Pakistani Taliban, Ehsanullah Ehsan, said afterward. He added that if [Malala Yousafzai] survives, the Taliban would again try to kill her.” (That’s from Nicholas D. Kristof’s editorial in the New York […]

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Pakistan Erupts in Anger Over Taliban’s Shooting of Schoolgirl That’s the headline in today’s New York Times. The article goes on to say, “Pakistanis from across the political and religious spectrum united in revulsion at the attack on the 14-year-old […]

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What planet do they live on? “Taliban says it shot ‘infidel’ Pakistani teen for advocating girls’ rights”

“$200,000 Bounty Offered In Pakistan For Anti-Islam Filmmaker’s Death” What is the point of this? To show that “due process” (and other 21st century civil liberties) don’t exist in Pakistan? Perhaps it is truly just window-dressing, since there’s absolutely no […]

A girl with Down’s syndrome has been arrested and charged with blasphemy in Pakistan. You can read more about the incident here: “Pakistan disabled girl arrested for blasphemy”. In my humble opinion, this is the kind of news that gives […]

Is the concept of honor killing still valid in the 21st Century? According to the AP: “In Britain, more than 25 women have been killed in so-called honor killings in the past decade.” Here is an article about parents who […]

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