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Lahore Church blasts: the beleaguered Christian citizens of Pakistan

By Shahid Khan

#blasphemy #GMABlog #Youhanabad #Pakistan #Christianity

A few years ago I visited Youhanabad, one of the largest Christian neighbourhood in Punjab, Pakistan. I remember the endless houses and an acute sense of love and unity in the air. 943 more words

Human Rights

DJ Wh1PLA$H: Whiplash trailer parody

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DJ Wh1PLA$H – Whiplash Trailer Parody, from Nacho Punch, Feb. 16 ↓

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The attempted murder of freedom – and the resilience of fearless France

By Shahid Khan

#JeSuisCharlie #CharlieHebdo #terrorism #parisattacks 

This week’s 9/11-style attack on France has sent shockwaves through the nation and the entire world, as terrorists murdered 17 people in coordinated assaults in Paris both in the offices of satirical magazine and at a Jewish Kosher supermarket. 978 more words

Human Rights

Miguel debuts three new songs online

Miguel has debuted three new songs online.

The singer/songwriter posted the audio clips for “nwa,” “Coffee” and “Hollywood Dreams” to his official SoundCloud page on Friday (December 19, 2014). 92 more words

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Naughty Boy hints at new collaboration with Miguel

Naughty Boy has hinted at a new collaboration with Miguel.

The British songwriter and record producer – born Shahid Khan – is known for teaming with the likes of Emeli Sande , Rihanna and Leona Lewis . 159 more words

Sony Music Entertainment

Magath, McCormack, Hangeland and Jol

Whilst taking a look around an empty Craven Cottage, I saw Alistair Mackintosh walking around the ground back towards the Cottage. Having (admittedly quite rudely) shouted down to him, he came up and took 20 minutes or so to answer every question we threw at him. 745 more words

Dolphins, Daytona Speedway Seek State Stadium Money

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TALLAHASSEE (CBSMiami/NSF) – Daytona International Speedway and the Miami Dolphins, both unsuccessful in getting money out of Florida lawmakers in recent years, were the first to sign up for the state’s new stadium-funding process. 717 more words