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Banning viewpoints enables binaries, something which none of us can afford with regard to Balochistan
Only because one is not on the receiving end of bigotry does not make it any less justifiable or palatable
To mention sect of those killed is to create ‘sectarian strife’, sometimes, it seems is worse than the killing itself
Kashmir now is a prop, an opportunity for assorted jihadi outfits to make their presence felt
We seek to counter Anti-National Action Plan with bureaucratic memorandums and doublespeak.
The challenge is not to “ban” these opinions, but to make them fringe, expose them as the idiocy that they are
That is what they want, for some silly cartoons to drown memories of our children, for everyone to forget everything
The transition to military power is now complete. No one had the conviction to defend the spirit of the Constitution
All those indebted to BB seem intent to bury her memory, struggle for civilian democracy with the children in Peshawar
Both Mian Sahib, Khan can gather crowds. Why not use this political power to articulate message of de-radicalisation?
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