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Sarmad Iqbal is a Pakistani writer, blogger and student who has a penchant for reading, writing, learning languages, and studying cultures, religions and geo-political affairs. His articles have been published in Pakistan's The Nation newspaper, Dunya Blogs, ARY Blogs, Parhlo, the Times of Israel and the Jerusalem Post, in the Armenian Weekly and also in American Comeback magazine. He can be reached on Twitter: @sarmadiqbal7.

ARTICLES BY: Sarmad Iqbal


September 7, 2017 2:11 pm
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Common Words Between Hebrew and Urdu

Shalom chaverim sheli ("Hello my friends"): I was so happy with the overwhelmingly positive response that my previous article, “A Pakistani Lover of Hebrew,” garnered. I want to express my...

August 6, 2017 10:38 pm
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A Pakistani Lover of Hebrew

Despite the fact that my country -- Pakistan -- doesn’t have any diplomatic relations with Israel, and despite the ubiquitous antisemitism in Pakistan, I have...

Features

IDF Prepares for New High-Tech Home in Southern Israel’s ‘Silicon Wadi’

JNS.org - The IDF is gearing up for a major relocation to southern Israel,...

Longtime Supporters of Peace Process: Abbas Is Disqualified as Negotiating Partner

JNS.org - Some prominent Jewish proponents of the decades-long peace process between Israel and...

Israel’s Wine Industry Grows Better With Age

JNS.org - Israeli winemakers say that, just like the beverage they produce, their industry is growing better with age. More than...

World

On Anniversary of Women’s March, Progressive Group to Protest as R...

As tens of thousands of people prepare to mark the first anniversary of the Women's March with worldwide protests this...

Middle East

Hezbollah Criticizes Lebanon Decision to Allow Spielberg Film

Hezbollah criticized the Lebanese government on Friday for allowing cinemas to screen Steven Spielberg's film "The Post" despite calls for a ban because of the director's links to Israel. The movie...

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