Ashraf Ghani’s Taliban Offer: Afghanistan’s Peace Deal or a Submission to Terror

What comes to mind when you think of a peace conference in Afghanistan? If there’s one thing that Afghanistan didn’t expect during the peace conference that was held in Kabul last Wednesday, it was the way our nationalist president Ashraf Ghani offered the nation’s future to the hands of the Taliban terrorist group. Especially when […]

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Niloofar Rahmani: Ten Reasons Why I Support Her Decision to Seek Asylum in the USA

Niloofar Rahmani, the history making first female fixed-wing Air Force aviator of Afghanistan came under fire this week for seeking asylum in the United States after her most recent training in the US. While most of the reports are reactionary, as a blogger I like to take my time and wait for a few days […]

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The Push for Islamic Reform: Why Muslims Should Hear Out Ayaan Hirsi Ali and Other ‘Heretics of Islam’

Much has been written about and, responded to, the book ‘Heretic’ authored by one of the fiercest critics of Islam and former Muslim, Ayaan Hirsi Ali (referred to as AHA from here on). As usual, I wait for the dust to settle, for the tempers to cool down, and for my own research to conclude […]

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