Posts tagged ‘Marvi Sirmed’

July 24, 2012

Civil Society’s slap to PPP and LUBP! – by Riaz Malik Hajjaji

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Civil Society’s slap to PPP and LUBP!

Genunie liberals Ali Dayan Hasan, Marvi Sirmed, Maheen Usmani, Meera Ghani have finally decided to expose fake liberals hiding at Zionist blog LUBP, which is in fact Let Us

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June 18, 2012

In response to Marvi Sirmed’s plea of innocence

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Pakistan’s self acclaimed liberal, columnist and rights activist Marvi Sirmed has written an article in Express Tribune (18 June 2012) to prove that the alleged list of Malik Riaz’s beneficiaries is fake, and that along with other “credible journalists”, her name too does not deserve to be in that notorious list.

While I have no means to confirm or challenge the authenticity of the Riaz Malik’s beneficiaries list, in this post, I seek to offer some quick comments on Marvi’s article which is 

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September 4, 2011

On TV debate between Marvi Sirmed and Zaid Hamid: Are Pakistani liberals fighting a losing battle? – by Ayesha Siddiqa

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In the absence of any legwork to eradicate growing radicalism, how can anyone even begin to change the mindset of Zaid Hamid followers?


A recent television debate between columnist and political activist Marvi Sirmed and televangelist Zaid Hamid has invited many comments. The

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August 26, 2011

Zaid Hamid bashing bandwagon: Will urban liberal chatterers follow the Marvi model?

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Through this brief post, I wish to express my gratitude to and appreciation for fellow blogger and journalist, Marvi Sirmed, on her

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August 4, 2011

Let’s defend Ejaz Haider, the defender of Pakistan army!

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Related posts: Silence of the Liberal Lambs: A rebuttal to Ejaz Haider – by Dr. Mohammad Taqi

On Ejaz Haider’s ISPR press release on Hazaras of Balochistan – by Farrukhzad Ali

The following post has two parts. The first part (titled Ejaz Haider’s lies) deconstructs his lies on Shia Hazara genocide. The second part

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