Persecution in Pakistan | Finding Strength in a Nightmare

When I first became a mom in 2016, I used to have a recurring nightmare that my 3rd floor walkup apartment in New York City was on fire, and I had just minutes to not only get my babies to safety, but to also gather whatever we would need to survive out of the home....

Pakistan and the Non-Arab Islamic Bloc

After the fall of the Ottoman Empire, the Arab nations under the leadership of Saudi Arabia have dominated the geopolitics of the Muslim world. In the recent past, there has been evidence of a power struggle between Arab Muslims and non-Arab Muslim leaders. However,...
General Zia-ul-Haq observes military members

Erdogan’s Turkey Is Following Path of Zia’s Pakistan

Islamist terrorists have struck Europe again. The attack in Vienna, Austria, following the attack in Nice, France, shows that while the coronavirus paralyzes the world, radical Islamists are unwilling to halt their jihadi operations. This new wave of attacks began in...
Persecution in Pakistan | Finding Strength in a Nightmare

Persecution in Pakistan | Finding Strength in a Nightmare

When I first became a mom in 2016, I used to have a recurring nightmare that my 3rd floor walkup apartment in New York City was on fire, and I had just minutes to not only get my babies to safety, but to also gather whatever we would need to survive out of the home....

Pakistan and the Non-Arab Islamic Bloc

Pakistan and the Non-Arab Islamic Bloc

After the fall of the Ottoman Empire, the Arab nations under the leadership of Saudi Arabia have dominated the geopolitics of the Muslim world. In the recent past, there has been evidence of a power struggle between Arab Muslims and non-Arab Muslim leaders. However,...

Erdogan’s Turkey Is Following Path of Zia’s Pakistan

Erdogan’s Turkey Is Following Path of Zia’s Pakistan

Islamist terrorists have struck Europe again. The attack in Vienna, Austria, following the attack in Nice, France, shows that while the coronavirus paralyzes the world, radical Islamists are unwilling to halt their jihadi operations. This new wave of attacks began in...

Pakistan Aligns with Hamas and Turkey, Follows Worrying Trend

Pakistan Aligns with Hamas and Turkey, Follows Worrying Trend

Following the Hagia Sophia’s conversion to a Muslim mosque this August, Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan and President Arif Alvi called Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to congratulate him. Subsequently, President Alvi tweeted that the premiers had also...

Pakistan’s COVID-19 Response Fails Its Minorities

Pakistan’s COVID-19 Response Fails Its Minorities

Living in a 99 percent Muslim country, Pakistan’s minorities—Untouchable Christians, Hindus, Ahmadiyya, and enslaved brick kiln workers—face systemic discrimination on any given day as they seek jobs, education, and healthcare. Now, these minorities will be the...

Second-Class Citizen Day Religious Minorities in Pakistan

Second-Class Citizen Day Religious Minorities in Pakistan

Earlier this month, Pakistan celebrated its eighth National Minorities Day. The day’s significance originates from a speech in which Pakistan’s founder, Mohammad Ali Jimnah, envisioned a Pakistan that would be respectful of all religious backgrounds. “You may belong...

CosmoVision Center Phase 1- Sablone House

CosmoVision Center Phase 1- Sablone House

CosmoVision Center Phase 1- Sablone House We are extremely grateful for your generosity, the following VIDEOS speak for your investment in the future of Pakistan. Each brick, and each tile that we are using to build the SABLONE HOUSE represents your trust in us, and...

No Honor in Murder: Calling It What It Is

No Honor in Murder: Calling It What It Is

The recent strangling of Qandeel Baloch, a Pakistani social media star, by her brother has revealed the widespread issue of honor killings throughout Pakistan. Despite Baloch’s controversial publicity, her fame helped to illuminate the growing problem of abuse against...

Lack of Healthcare for Pakistani Minorities

Lack of Healthcare for Pakistani Minorities

The news agency Dawn recently published an article drawing attention to Pakistan’s meager health care system. Aptly titled “My 10 Days of Hell at a Lahore Hospital,” the middle-class author describes the miserable treatment, or rather lack thereof, given to her...

Help Us to Complete Our Vision

Help Us to Complete Our Vision

The CosmoVision Center is the most important project that RAM Foundation has ever undertaken. It is an ongoing project that combines all of our efforts to make a difference in the local Pakistani community. We already raised $120,000 but we need $30,000 to finish the...

Silence on Sexual Abuse of Women in Pakistan

Silence on Sexual Abuse of Women in Pakistan

You are willing to ban Udaari [a Pakistani TV drama show], but are you willing to jail the man who molested me? To the blissfully unaware, conveniently ignorant and pathetically indifferent people out there: stop silencing. It was a paralysing scene; a moment where...

The Curse of Sexual Abuse in Pakistan

The Curse of Sexual Abuse in Pakistan

At the age of five, I experienced sexual abuse  I was afraid that if I told my parents and they didn't believe me, there would be a fuss and my molester would find out. It all started when I was about four or five years old. I used to live in a small rural area...

Enslaved Girl in Pakistan Finds Freedom

Enslaved Girl in Pakistan Finds Freedom

Enslaved girl in Pakistan finds freedomDay in and out all she has known is operation. In a society where man virtually dictates everything, Aqsa represents thousands of young women with hope to find a better life. The term “better life” does not mean the same that you...

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