Tag Archives: Salafism

Wahhabism, Salafism: The good, the bad and the evil

By Ameen Izzadeen As investigations continue into the gruesome terror attack on April 21 Easter Sunday, with the people asking questions as to what drove the terrorists to commit this heinous crime on the innocent people, Wahhabism is often cited … Continue reading

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Saints, Sindh and ‘sins’

By Ameen Izzadeen This trembling light, this night-bitten dawn This is not the Dawn we waited for so long This is not the Dawn whose birth was sired By so many lives, so much blood – Pakistani poet Faiz Ahmed … Continue reading

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Film against Islam: The blind leading the blind

By Ameen Izzadeen The killing of the US ambassador in Libya and the protests across other parts of the Middle East over an incendiary movie appear to have vindicated the anti-religionists. They say religion gives one an identity and divides … Continue reading

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