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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...

Culture

Portugal Opens Inquiry Into Roman Abramovich’s Citizenship

The Portuguese authority responsible for nationality matters has opened an internal inquiry into the granting of citizenship to billionaire Chelsea...

Israeli Diplomat Slams Antisemitic, ‘Aggressive’ BDS Campaign Against Sydney Festival

Israel's Deputy Ambassador to Australia Ron Gerstenfeld called organizers...

World

Israeli, American Air Forces Complete Joint Drill to Improve Cooperation, R...

The Israeli Air Force said Sunday that it completed a joint exercise with United States Air Force Central Command (AFCENT),...

Israel

Israel Approves $35M Plan to Upgrade Western Wall Infrastructure

i24 News – The Israeli government on Sunday approved a $35 million plan to improve the infrastructure of the Western Wall in Jerusalem’s Old City. The five-year plan aims to increase...

Middle East

Syria’s Rebels Hail Ex-Officer’s Conviction, Want Justice to Go...

Syrian rebel and opposition groups said Germany's conviction of a former Syrian intelligence officer for crimes against humanity this week...

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