Saturday, June 6, 2020

Soaked in Blood: The Militant Commander Who Loved Painting Roses

In Kashmir, the path to militancy is no more constrained. It is no more the undertaking for selective people, as it...

Jerusalem: Tracing the Roots of the Modern Crisis

Jerusalem or al-Quds is one of the three holiest sites in Islam, the reference of which has been found both in...

In the Times of Loneliness, Can the Digital Screens Be Our Home?

One can experience loneliness in two ways: by feeling lonely in the world or by feeling the loneliness of the world…...

Coronavirus: The Unfolding of an Epistemic Crisis

Epistemology involves the philosophical analysis of the nature of knowledge and how it informs the ontology of the concepts like truth...
Eqbal Ahmd

Perspectives from the Past: Dr. Eqbal Ahmad on Kashmir

Introduction: Eqbal Ahmad was born in the village of Irki in Bihar in 1933.During his early childhood his father was murdered...

The Wounds that Never Heal

In January 2019, a 21-year-old militant, Syed Rubaan Hussain, lost his life in an encounter along with his two associates in...

Intimations of an Ending

WHILE PROTEST REVERBERATES on the streets of Chile, Catalonia, Britain, France, Iraq, Lebanon and Hong Kong, and a new generation rages against...

Does Islam Need Saving? An Analysis of Human Rights

Introduction It is a common argument, made both implicitly and explicitly in Islamophobic rhetoric, that Islam, on the whole, is antithetical to...

I Almost Left Islam: Why Am I Muslim?

A Burdened Soul This isn’t a story I am proud of, and it’s not one I ever planned on writing. It’s not...

The Assets of Usual Contempt

‘Passive harassment for people of Kashmir, the unintentional remarks like quoting the infamous statement to justify the ill-bred occupation, is a...

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