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Tanqeed is Going on Sabbatical

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We want to return better and stronger. Tanqeed’s editorial team has decided to suspend publication for 18 months while we rethink and reconfigure TQ. The website will remain live.
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FATA Reforms: A Break from Tradition?

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Despite the reforms, it appears that old forms of colonial frontier governance will continue, at least, until the region’s proposed merger 5 years from now. By then, it is likely that FATA’s disaffected classes will have lost faith in the process.
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Cheegha: The Call from Waziristan | Book Review

Mar 2017
Author: Ghulam Qadir Khan Daur

Daur’s book is raw: one feels his pain at the state of Waziristan through its pages. It is particularly strong since Daur writes from within Waziristan: we, not they.
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A Poem Off The Page

Jan 2017
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Right now the friends of my friends are being disappeared / Soon it will be my friends' turn / And then mine.
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Tanqeed Editor, Poet, Activist is Missing | #RecoverSalmanHaider

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Salman Haider, an editor at Tanqeed, disappeared late on Friday, January 6.
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Trump is White Supremacy in Overdrive

Dec 2016
Trump is White Supremacy in Overdrive

Overt white supremacy is more mainstream than it’s been in decades. Jared Taylor, a white supremacist leader who wants to keep the US majority-white and argued that liberated Black people threaten civilization, bluntly said Trump’s victory was about white identity.
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Open Letter to American Liberals

Dec 2016
Open Letter to American Liberals

Are you here to rectify the consequences of you - and millions of other well-meaning liberals’ - complacency in a system of global warfare that’s persisted unchecked for the past 8 years?.
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