At the Democratic National Convention convened by the Democratic Party to nominate Hillary Clinton as its candidate for president, Khizr Khan, the father of U.S. soldier Humayon Khan, who was of Pakistani origin, vented heavy criticism of Donald Trump. He advised Trump to read the U.S. Constitution and urged people to [Read more]
According to media reports, violent demonstrations and clashes following the deaths of two African-American citizens at the hands of police resulted in the deaths of five police officers. Black immigrants from Africa and the Caribbean and other places in the world are settled in fairly large numbers in different U.S. [Read more]
Women have always been disregarded in the U.S., and Hillary's triumph can be interpreted as a triumph for women in the United States.
It is doubtless true that the present Afghan government can apparently take only those steps for which it has the approval of the United States.
Patronizing India selectively for inclusion in the Nuclear Suppliers Group in a one-sided manner would be equivalent to ruining the balance of power in the region, with disastrous effects for maintenance of peace in the region.
Talking about the U.S. slant in India's favor, and about Pakistan's relations with Washington, Pakistani Senate Chairman Mian Raza Rabbani said that while members of the U.S. Congress have reservations regarding the provision of F-16s to Pakistan, some of our own parliamentarians have reservations about America's slant [Read more]
If Western countries are facing terrorism, the majority of Muslim countries, too, are victims of this curse.
If even now the U.S. would learn from its mistakes, it is possible for the world to have peace.
“Those who malign Muslims are playing in the hands of terrorists; Muslims have a big role in America, attempts to discredit them must be rejected.”* This was President Obama's response to the negative and aggressive type of rhetoric leveled against Muslims by Trump, a candidate in the American presidential election [Read more]