Allah can never give permission to a Husband “to strike” or “Idriboo-hunn” his wife without specifying the object to hit with or the body part hence giving the Husband unhindered permission to hit the wife in whatever way he wants.
My mother Shahida Begum; I don’t feel shame sharing her photo and name in public ,even not my own photos.
f a flag filter was important enough to pay respect and show solidarity with France, I am sure it's important for APS Peshawar attack as well, otherwise, we Pakistanis will just end up putting a black DP (profile picture) again to pay our respect.
We 'tribal' are brilliant, talented people. If we are provided true education, the day would not be far away that we will rule and serve our country.
It was really a good for us, tribal people, when for the first time our youth and social leaders left homes and covered Islamabad's D-Chowk to protest against FCR.
Experts say people are short tempered in present scenario, not willing to accept other’s viewpoint and criticism.
Zaman Mehsud; A voice from a family is gone , a voice we loved is stilled, a place is vacant in our colleagues and tribal journalists which never can be filled.
One thing I must say about the FSO; “These FATA youth do what FATA MP’s couldn’t do the last ten years.” Their voice is more strong.
Died in the Helmand, Afghanistan. Mullah Omar believed, "If you’re willing to trust the Pakistanis, you might just as well move to the U.S."
Education, health, transportation and law enforcement can be taken up on an emergency basis by FATA’s would-be local government.
The process is totally monopolized by civil and military bureaucrats who have insisted on signing of the humiliating “social contract” for the repatriation.
One of the least-reported aspects of the ordeal of displacement is the neglect for education amongst those government agencies catering to the IDPs.
"People are like my sons. How can I stay at home when my children are killed in blasts?" Bashir Ahmad Bilour Shaheed
With estimated seven million population of FATA women constitute up to 60% of the work force in the agricultural sector, mainly to earn their sustenance and support their families.