Arabs hunting houbara bustrad in Pakistan

Houbara Bustard: busted beyond measure?

It seems that humans and animals alike bear the brunt of maleficent intentions of the uber-rich. Nowhere does this stand truer than in Pakistan, where the Houbara Bustard is the latest in a long series of rare and endangered species on the hunting list of foreign “dignitaries”. The Houbara Bustard is a migratory bird whose [...]

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Horrendous Torture Techniques Sanctioned By American Government In Afghanistan Prisons

If spine-chilling details of torture at Guantanamo Bay and Abu Ghraib were not enough, we heard about the gruesome torture of innocent detainees in Bagram prison and the infamous CIA torture report, and now yet another grisly account of the horror faced by Afghan detainess, including children, is described in a recently published report, revealed [...]

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The Dark Side Of Women’s Liberation: A Generation Of Neglected Children

… feminists try to demean homemaking, making it sound like oppression, and brainwash women into the workforce away from the comfort and peace of their homes, while the real oppression occurs with the deranged idea of ‘equality’ in the form of broken homes, shockingly high divorce rates, neglect of children, abuse at the hands of babysitters, teen pregnancies, alcohol and drug abuse among teenagers, poor academic performances of children, etc.

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Bangladesh Enter Quarter-Finals After Knocking England Out Of World Cup

The entire country of Bangladesh erupted with joy when Rubel Hossain bowled James Anderson out, as Bangladesh defeated England by 15 runs to enter the quarter-finals of the ICC Cricket World 2015, leaving England packing their bags after a miserable tournament. England’s only win has been against minnows Scotland, courtesy of a brilliant century by [...]

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Dr. Zakir Naik Awarded King Faisal International Prize

For his service to Islam, Dr. Zakir Naik was awarded the prestigious ‘King Faisal International Prize’ on 1st March. Known for reverting many non-Muslims all over the world with his speeches and brilliant dialogues, Dr. Zakir Naik is a simple man who uses verses from Holy books of different religions to prove that Islam is [...]

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Suicide Letter By A Man On International Women’s Day

India is the world’s most dangerous country for men to live in, courtesy of draconian laws, ever-increasing false allegations of rape and dowry harassment by women. An innocent man in India is arrested under the dowry act, IPC section 498A, every 3 minutes, and annually over two lac innocent people end up doing rounds of [...]

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Women Should Break Free From Shackles That Bind Them

The fact that women are easy to brainwash can be found dating back to 1928, where George Washington Hill, running the American Tobacco Company, realized that if women started smoking too, his profit would increase by leaps and bounds. In 1929, he hired Edward Bernays who encouraged smoking among women under the title of Torches [...]

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Sarfraz Ahmed Shines As Pakistan Beat South Africa In World Cup Thriller

With the country screaming for a specialist wicket keeper, Misbah-ul-Haq has been forcing Umar Akmal to keep the stumps, causing Pakistan a significant loss in the form of dropped catches and Sarfraz Ahmed’s batting skills. However, this game showed the importance of a proper team selection. Misbah-ul-Haq’s captaincy has been in question regarding his choice [...]

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What Women Need To Learn On International Women’s Day

How would it feel if women were the ones under obligation to earn, and not men? What would we think if there were special quotas for men in companies and the political arena? How would it be if women had to leave their seats for men, and seats on public transport were reserved for men? [...]

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Dear Malala, Happy International Women’s Day

Dear Malala, I have read transcripts of your speeches on girls education and women’s rights every time you have taken the podium. But I have not been able to find anything on the gruesome rapes of women that took place in Guantanamo Bay and Abu Ghraib prison. I have not read anything about the brutality [...]

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