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Tazeen Hasan is a Pakistani freelance journalist and activist based in North America. In the past, she has written for Sharq-al-Awsat group of Newspapers in the Arab World. Jang and Nawa-e-Waqt groups Pakistan. Currently, she is engaged with independent news outlets like The Global Panorama and Caravan Daily. She is also a Journalism student at Harvard Extension School. She blogs at tazeenhasanshaikh.blogspot.ca
SHARE Friday, October 7, 2016 If Conservative Iran Can Support Sex-Change Operations. Why Not Pakistan?
This article is about the derogatory status of transgender communities called "Hijra" in South Asia. The author proposes a solution that has been implemented four decades back in Iran. Stereotypes aside, Iran supports sex-change operations financially and morally to give these persecuted communities a right to enjoy a healthy sexual life.
SHARE Friday, August 26, 2016 Next Door: A Network With a Simple Solution To Curb Racism
The article is about the initiative the Nextdoor Social Network has taken to curb racial profiling driven by the frequent reports of racially profiled posts concerning security issues exclusively focused on certain ethnicities and races.
(1 comments) SHARE Thursday, August 4, 2016 German attacks: Cui Bono?
This thorough analysis of recent German attacks dissects the reasons behind anti-refugee sentiments and violence in Germany as well as the rise of Neo-Nazi racist Pegida, which allegedly exploited false-flag attacks in Europe and concocted Cologne rape scandal to gain popularity.
(5 comments) SHARE Wednesday, July 27, 2016 Bastille Attack: Some troubling questions
This investigative report on the Bastille day attack was produced using mainstream news outlets like The Telegraph, Independent, Daily Mail, BBC, and French papers La Figaro and Liberation as sources. In-text links can be checked for authenticity and further references.