Fans! Just about a few minutes ago, we all experienced an enthralling final showdown. With zealous emotions, cheerful evenings, bonds of togetherness, and hopes of winning yet again with another year, another tournament comes to an end. Memories? Yes, for sure! We all have enjoyed ourselves in unlimited doses of fun, laughter and excitement throughout... Continue Reading →
The Christchurch Incident – A Manifestation of Islamophobia
Have we been pointing fingers in the wrong direction? The Christchurch Incident shook the entire Ummah with grief so profound, most of us had never felt it before. A Christian extremist had martyred more than fifty Muslims, injuring another fifty or so people as he attacked two Mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand. The perpetrator, a... Continue Reading →
K-pop: The Dark Side
Today, the K-pop world is celebrating SUGA’s birthday. He’s BTS's lead rapper and a record-breaking solo artist of his own right. But back in 2012, he was struggling. With no support from his family, he’d been forced to take up a delivery job to make ends meet. During a round he had an accident which... Continue Reading →
Aurat aur Azadi
The world in this fast-paced modern and materialistic era has managed to convince us women that things are their opposites. Our priorities have been turned upside down. Our values are in disarray.We've been taught that some of our greatest natural assets and feminine powers are actually our greatest liabilities and weaknesses, and that we need... Continue Reading →
In the previous months, there has been enough talk about the trans agenda that has taken over our screens with the release of Joyland. We had the serial Ankahi giving a cheeky thumbs up to Joyland, and now the latest episode of the popular USAID-funded serial Sar-e-Rah! Wait, what is USAID doing here? Read on!... Continue Reading →
Boys, you made us proud!
Bidding winters a warm goodbye, here we are at the start of the summer season, tuning in to our go-to sports channels with snacks and sodas yet again, waiting for the boys to seal the pitch with their victories. Yes, we are talking PSL! With high hopes, renewed energy and gushing spirits, this year is... Continue Reading →
Let’s Talk Bullying
People rarely, if ever, give thought to bullying, especially in this side of the world. Why? Because bullying isn’t something we think of as a problem. But the truth is, bullying can have severe consequences. And since childhood experiences shape who people become as adults, the consequences of being bullied can linger on and affect... Continue Reading →
Türkiye and Syria: Geçmiş Olsun
Our Muslim brothers and sisters in Türkiye and Syria are suffering. As fellow Muslims, we should feel their pain as we feel our own, and extend help and support through all possible means. Take a moment to make dua for the departed souls. Anyone who dies after being crushed under a falling wall is a... Continue Reading →
Dear Flood Victims, We Are With You!
"Pakistan is facing an emergency!" "Over 30 million people have been affected by the floods." "The damage is so colossal; it will take years to rebuild…." Terrifying and heart-wrenching headlines and videos have been circulating on social media. Stones waiting to crumble, buildings ready to crash, food, clothing, shelter - nowhere to be found, and... Continue Reading →
Wo-men – Made in China
From poor-quality made in China to good-quality made in China, we all grew up. But if I tell you that now you'll also find humans - made in China version, would you believe it? Maybe or maybe not. But one thing is clearer than it will ever be, they definitely are not good quality. A... Continue Reading →
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