AuthorAlamzeb Khan

The Flames of Extremism

Originally published in the Austin-American Statesman There is a distinct lack of tolerance in the world right now, as evidenced by the gruesome attacks committed in the name of Islam in France and their aftermath. It is unfortunate that the deprived and misguided youth are deluded into thinking they are doing a service for the religion when in reality they are doing a great disservice...

A Muslim’s view of the Manchester tragedy

Originally Published in Sheboygan Press on May 25th, 2017 The barbaric attack against innocent people in Manchester is worth all the condemnation its getting. As an Ahmadi Muslim I would like to extend my condolences to all the affected families and the people of Manchester. It also pains me to see the arrival of the Holy month of Ramadhan defamed in this way by terror groups such as ISIS. It is...

Reflections, memories

Originally published in┬áHouston Chronicles   Regarding “Pakistan vows to step up fight after school massacre” (Page A1, Wednesday), as an alumnus of the Army Public School in Peshawar, Pakistan, it grieves me greatly to see the tragedy that took the lives of over 130 children. I was dumbfounded when I saw the hallways of my school that made up my childhood in pictures across the...