Muhammad Bilal Farooq

Mr. Bilal is an agronomist student at the University of Agriculture, Faisalabad. He has been writing blogs on national and international politics and international relations since 2017.

The Rising Tide of Islamophobia in France

Written by Muhammad Bilal Farooq 11:46 am

In the last decade, Islamophobia has been on the rise in France. The situation worsened after the French president, Emmanuel Macron, called Islam a “religion in crisis”, defended blasphemous caricatures, and declared that he would make Islam “compatible” with French republican values and liberate it. The author notes that although the French government claims that it introduced policies like the hijab ban and the religious disassociation in schools, offices, and public areas, to curb radicalism, separatism, and Islamism, they marginalized the entire Muslim community in France. The author asserts that France witnessed a 53% increase in religious violence last year, and if the gap between the French Muslims and the rest of France continues to increase, the Muslim population will become easy targets for terrorist organizations.
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Coke Studio in Pakistan: Market Rivalry Influencing Music

Written by Muhammad Bilal Farooq 10:47 am

Coca-Cola and Pepsi’s market rivalry has integrated itself into Pakistan’s music industry. This brand competition has created platforms like Coke Studio in Pakistan to revive its music.
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Ranikot Fort in Pakistan: The World’s Largest Fort

Written by Muhammad Bilal Farooq 10:47 am

The Ranikot Fort, the world’s largest fort, is a site of unknown origins in Pakistan. Its marvelous structure is quite familiar to the Great Wall of China.
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Israel and the Peace Deals: The Key to Palestine’s Undoing

Written by Muhammad Bilal Farooq 10:48 am

The peace deals and Israel most certainly have ignited the rise and influence of Israel, but they have blunted the Palestinian resistance.
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Russia’s Naval Base in Sudan: A Resurgence?

Written by Muhammad Bilal Farooq 10:48 am

Russia ventures into Africa again, this time to build a naval base in Sudan. This base will enable Russia to expand its trade, military powers, and influence.
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