Rabia Mehmood is an independent journalist and researcher based out of Pakistan, with interest in religious persecution, gender and human rights. She is a contributing editor with Tanqeed, and was the 2010 IWMF Neuffer Fellow at MIT.
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The online war against the abducted four bloggers and an activist in Pakistan continues.
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It is an established truth that Pakistan is not good to its citizens who do not practise mainstream faith.
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