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Reporter’s Notebook: The Qadri Supporter

Jan 2013

There is more to the story of Qadri than the selfless preacher who returned home to save his motherland. That, however, does not negate the need to understand The Qadri Supporter. So, here’s an attempt to put a face to the faceless masses. During two short visits–one, on the evening of Qadri’s arrival, and...
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Reporter’s Notebook: In Solidarity With Hazaras

Jan 2013

They have refused to bury the bodies of their loved ones. Almost a hundred coffins and thousands of Hazaras face a second night on Quetta’s cold and dark streets, waiting for the Pakistani government to step up–and give them the protection that they have been waiting for, for years. Hundreds have joined Hazaras in...
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