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· May, 2010

Stories about Pakistan from May, 2010

Pakistan: The Lesson In The Facebook Ban

Pakistan: Netizens Demand End To Internet Censorship

Pakistan: Culture Of Intolerance

Pakistan: Minorities At Peril

Pakistan: Attacks in Lahore at Ahmadi Mosques

MENA: To Draw or Not to Draw Muhammed

The fire ignited by the Everybody Draw Mohammed Day on Facebook, is still raging. Here is a snap shot of reactions from across the Middle East.

Pakistan: Netizens Protest The Blanket Ban Of Facebook And Other Sites

After the ban of Facebook, Youtube and several other sites in Pakistan, many netizens of the country are outraged by the decision.

India, Pakistan: Crossing The Border By Bus

Pakistan: Banning Social Media Sites

Pakistan: Facebook Ban And Productivity

Middle East: “Blood Borders”

Facebook Is Blocked in Pakistan As It Indulges In A Controversial Campaign

After the outcry surrounding the Draw Mohammed Day Facebook page, which is campaigning for the creation of mass cartoon caricatures of Prophet Muhammed [PBUH] on the 20th of May, today...

Pakistan: Rising Up

Pakistan: The Draw Mohammed Day Controversy

A controversial Facebook campaign called “Everybody Draw Muhammed Day” has irked many Muslims across the world. This has also caused an uproar in the Pakistani blogosphere and many bloggers are...

Pakistan: The Journey Of A Muslim Youth

Pakistan: Reactions To The Time Square Bomber

Earlier this month an attempted Bomb attack at the Time Square in New York City raised security alerts across USA. A Pakistani-American man was detained in this connection which raised...

Pakistan: What Keeps The Terrorists Going?

Pakistan: The Making Of A Terrorist

Pakistan: The Role Of Citizen Media

The Pakistan Born Suspected Bomber

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