Posts Tagged ‘ islam ’

Mother Makli: A Living Heritage

I went to Makli to look at ruins, but soon realized that the architecture was merely a backdrop to the lives of countless devotees, mystics and ordinary people. Issue 10: Borders and Boundaries
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Dangerous Precedent: Why the Qadri Verdict Can Do More Harm Than Good

The High Court’s judgment is both crucial and terribly problematic.
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A Very Queer Ramadan

Dec 2014

This is a story of a group of queer Muslims who refused to let their identities be mutually exclusive this Ramadan, a group of queer Muslims who were tired of feeling out of place in their mosques.
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