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Correcting Electoral Anomalies

"For Pakistan, it is of critical importance that we get our electoral process right, not only for democratic norms but to terminate the divisive state that our society is in."


The Murder of Democracy - November 22, 1963

"Pray for those who are suffering worldwide. Pray for those brave enough to be on the front lines. Pray to free your mind and your soul will follow."


Muslim Legacy In India :: Do Muslims Deserve The Hatred Of Hindus? ::

"Hope for a better and peaceful future for all those who live in the sub-continent does not lie in the rise of a charismatic leader who would lead all communities to utopia. The era of heroes is past."


The Indian-Israeli partnership

"The links between Jerusalem and New Delhi seem to be stable beyond an ephemeral convergence of their interests as sellers and buyers in the arms bazaar."


Iran's Upcoming Elections Up for Grabs

"The forthcoming parliamentary elections, in short, are up for grabs. Plenty of evidence indicates that Iranians are frustrated with the inability of the reform movement to overcome conservative stonewalling; indeed, this is a major reason why voter participation plummeted in 2003."


Close regional ties and contrasting loyalties

"Trade between the two countries increased from about $200 million in 1992 to nearly $1 billion in 1999."


Anti-Semitism & Zionism

"When my father went to Police headquarters to give notice of our departure, as required by law, the police officer exclaimed: “But Mr. Ostermann, what has entered your head? After all, you are a German like me!”


Rich Lowry's Lesson in Junk History

"Today, if Rich Lowry stood in Coalition-devastated Iraq, at the Tigris and Euphrates rivers, he would be at a source that once “watered Sumeria and Akkad, and nourished the Hanging Gardens of Babylon” (Will Durant’s “Story of Civilization”). The peoples of this ancient land, once known as Mesopotamia, (part of which is holy also to Christianity), prepared the first codes of law, under the magnificent Hammurabi."


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