Shereena Qazi

Shereena Qazi

Shereena is an online journalist with Al Jazeera English. She covers stories in Afghanistan and Pakistan and reports on war, conflict, militancy, politics and human rights.

Pakistan

Pakistani activist on why rape victim-blaming must end

Al Jazeera speaks to Pakistani activist Fouzia Saeed in wake of rape and murder case of girl, 7, that shocked Pakistan.

Pakistani activist on why rape victim-blaming must end

Afghanistan

Mother of Kabul blast victim: 'ISIL, why my son?'

Parwaiz Alim was among at least 40 victims of an ISIL-claimed suicide attack near a Shia cultural centre.

Mother of Kabul blast victim: 'ISIL, why my son?'

Islamophobia

Muslim woman in India denied job for wearing hijab

Nedal Zoya was denied a job at an orphanage in New Delhi because she looked 'like a Muslim lady' in her hijab.

Muslim woman in India denied job for wearing hijab

India

Gender violence in India: 'Daughters are not a burden'

With female foeticide still widespread, one woman tells her story of being mutilated for giving birth to her daughters.

Gender violence in India: 'Daughters are not a burden'

Earthquake

Iran-Iraq quake: 'A sudden wave of death'

Time is running out for people trapped under the rubble after a powerful 7.3 magnitude earthquake struck the region.

Iran-Iraq quake: 'A sudden wave of death'

ISIS

Shamshad TV news reader's courage leaves Afghans in awe

Parwiz Sapy went on air to read bulletin just moments after Tuesday's ISIL attack on Shamshad TV station in Kabul ended.

Shamshad TV news reader's courage leaves Afghans in awe

Refugees

The dilemma of Afghan asylum seekers in Europe

Undocumented Afghans in Europe are given a choice of voluntarily returning to their country, or getting deported.

The dilemma of Afghan asylum seekers in Europe

Asia

Military blunders continue after MSF Kunduz bombing

Two years after US air raids killed 42 people at an MSF hospital, Afghans fear for their lives amid series of mistakes.

Military blunders continue after MSF Kunduz bombing

Europe

French parliament approves new anti-terrorism law

Activists fear the new law will create a permanent emergency situation in the country.

French parliament approves new anti-terrorism law

Asia

Afghans on US troop increase: 'Will it make us safer?'

Afghans say Trump's new strategy does not address issues such as unemployment, corruption and safety of civilians.

Afghans on US troop increase: 'Will it make us safer?'

Asia

Civilians armed to protect mosques during Ashoura

People in Kabul raise concerns at arming of civilians to guard Shia places of worship during Muharram.

Civilians armed to protect mosques during Ashoura

Asia

Father of robotics team member killed in Herat attack

Father of Fatemah Qaderyan, who shot to fame by leading team travelling to US, was injured in ISIL's Herat assault.

Father of robotics team member killed in Herat attack