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Farhana Qazi

Farhana Qazi


Farhana Qazi

Farhana Qazi is a fellow at The Center for Global Policy and an award-winning speaker on conflicts in the Muslim world. She is the author of a human-interest story titled "Secrets of the Kashmir Valley: My Journey Through the Conflict Between India and Pakistan." To learn more, visit her at www.farhanaqazi.com.



ARTICLES BY FARHANA QAZI


Kashmir Is Burning, Again

Kashmir Is Burning, Again

  Blinding children with pellet guns is a human rights violation and should be banned by international law. In the
The Truth About Honor Killings

The Truth About Honor Killings

  In mid-July, Pakistani social media star Qandeel Baloch was killed in her home for allegedly disgracing her famil
Unveiling the Drivers of Recruitment:  Why Girls Join ISIS

Unveiling the Drivers of Recruitment: Why Girls Join ISIS

More than a decade into the global war on terrorism, the academic and intelligence communities in the West have yet to a
Tragedy in Tennessee: Why A Muslim Man Killed

Tragedy in Tennessee: Why A Muslim Man Killed

On Thursday, when a young American Muslim man killed four U.S. Marines and wounded three others in Tennessee, the spotli
When Muslims Mock ISIS

When Muslims Mock ISIS

It’s ok to poke fun at terrorist groups. Last weekend, when Dakota Johnson starred as a young woman being escorted
Love in the Time of Conflict

Love in the Time of Conflict

I don’t know where he is. If he’s alive or dead. On September 4, in our last conversation, my guide and my f
How To Defeat An Enemy We Don’t Know

How To Defeat An Enemy We Don’t Know

Last week, a television news producer asked me if the terror nexus, the Islamic State, could be compared to the Taliban
America’s Honor Killings A Growing Reality

America’s Honor Killings A Growing Reality

Honor Killings are more common in America than we think This morning, I received a phone call from a police officer who
Profiling is Wrong, Even When It’s Right

Profiling is Wrong, Even When It’s Right

I don’t often write with such punch but profiling is like the F word. It’s just profane. A part of me wanted
Trusting the Taliban, Again?

Trusting the Taliban, Again?

Pakistan is stubbornly waiting for a miracle. Years of on-and-off negotiations with terrorists and half-hearted talks wi