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Asma Jahangir

Asma Jahangir Was The First One On The Street When There Was Any Threat To Democracy, With Her Gone The World Seems Poorer

Feb 11, 2018 Arifa Noor

A lawyer and a founding member of the Human Rights Commission Pakistan, she was a hero, for men and for women; she was a role model for working women, an inspiration for lawyers and so much more.

Prominent Pakistan Activist Asma Jahangir, Who Protested Against Military Rule, Dead

Feb 11, 2018 Outlook Web Bureau

Jahangir was also active in the 2007 Lawyers' Movement, for which she was put under house arrest.


'The Hazards Of Living In A Make-Believe Environment'

'Nobody can forget the cost paid by the country for unity behind Yahya Khan in his war on fellow Pakistanis, for the financial windfall during Zia's agency for the Afghan war, and for the 'revival' of the Kashmir issue through adventurism in Kargil'

'Musharaf Has To Be Taken Out Of The Equation'

Nov 04, 2007 Asma Jahangir

'We want friends of Pakistan to urge the US administration to stop all support of the instable dictator, as his lust for power is bringing the country close to a worse form of civil strife.'


'Pakistan Should Have Taken The Moral High Ground'

Lawyer and human rights activist, Asma Jahangir, Lahore, August 29, 1998

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