Purifying the pure; Farahnaz Ispahani’ book review by Muhammad Taqi

Pakistan may have been created in the name of Islam but roughly one-fourth of its population on the eve of Partition from India was non-Muslim. That number stands at an alarmingly paltry 3% now. Pakistan has come perilously close to becoming a confessional state with the tetrad – Sunni, Muslim, Punjabi and male- increasingly becoming the defining characteristics of its …

“Purifying the Land of the Pure” Author Farahnaz Ispahani interview to NewsX

Pakistani journalist Farahnaz Ispahani spoke to NewsX ahead of the launch of her book,  “Purifying the Land of the Pure”. The book tells the story of the atrocities against minorities in Pakistan.  Farahnaz Ispahani, a former advisor to president Asif Ali Zardari, former member of Pakistan Parliament and an active Human Rights advocate, has detailed how minorities are being persecuted …

Farahnaz Ispahani’s book

Asia edition published by Harper-Collins, India out December, 2015. The US edition to be published by Oxford University Press, USA in mid of 2016. Farahnaz Ispahani Author of “Purifying The Land Of The Pure: Pakistan’s Religious Minorities” Harper-Collins, India 2015. Oxford University Press USA, 2016, Former Member of Pakistan  Parliament.