Idrisa Pandit - March 14, 2023
Let us grieve the suffering of this latest victim, but more so, let us honour her by making sure we do not see any other woman being the next victim. And for that, we need to call her name, and remember.
Idrisa Pandit - September 13, 2021
While this war was termed as a war against men of these societies, the victims of this failed war have primarily been women, and their children. It was, and continues to be, a war on the dignity of Muslim women, especially women of Afghanistan.
Idrisa Pandit - April 27, 2019
As I ponder on the different perspectives and multiple realities in which Kashmiri women live, it is fair to ask, who can represent whom? I can see why there is fatigue over Kashmiris being constantly represented as victims of the political conflict.
Idrisa Pandit - April 15, 2019
The nation stood together as a whole and sent a strong message that racism has no room in New Zealand. Compassion and kindness won hands down, making Jacinda Ardern an icon of peace in the world, particularly among Muslims.
Idrisa Pandit - January 17, 2019
In this part of the essay, I wish to address two things. One, how has Muslim leadership refuted ISIS and exposed the inadequacy of its religious and ideological foundations. Second, what should the Muslim leadership of Kashmir do?
Idrisa Pandit - January 15, 2019
In this very brief write up my hope is to dispel some myths about the roots of ISIS and its relevance or irrelevance in the larger Muslim context and how Muslims around the world have responded to rise of ISIS.
Idrisa Pandit - October 20, 2018
The new era of MeToo has finally awakened Kashmiris, at least some of us, to the ever present reality of sexual harassment, abuse, and assault in our society. It is merely a small sample of reality