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FRC Seminar: ‘Extremism and Radicalization in FATA: Impact on Culture’

(1) Time to change the cliché “Pashtun is a martial nation”

Islamabad December 27: Pashtun culture has undergone several changes manifested in folklore, art and literature since the advent of violence and fundamentalism in the region especially after Pakistan’s participation in the US lead ‘war on terror’.

These views were expressed by the speakers in a seminar “Extremism and Radicalization in FATA: Impacts on Culture” held by FATA Research Center here at a local hotel.

پشتو شاعری پر شدت پسندی کے اثرات

پشتو کے معروف شاعر اور امن کے داعی اکبر سیال کا یہ شعر اسلام آباد میں پشتون ثقافت پرگزشتہ ایک دہائی کے دوران شدت پسندی اور انتہا پسسندی کے منفی اثرات کا جائزہ لینے کے لیے ایک نجی تنظیم فاٹا ریسرچ سینٹر کی جانب سے ایک مباحثے کے دوران پڑھاگیا۔

 

 

 

(3) Pakhtuns advised against glorifying ‘warriors’
By Rashid Khattak  28th December, 2012
ISLAMABAD, Dec 27: Speakers at a seminar here on Thursday said that Pakhtun culture had undergone tremendous changes, manifested in folklore, art and literature, over the past one decade.

The seminar titled “Extremism and radicalisation in Fata: impacts on culture” was organised by Fata Research Centre (FRC).

(4) From serenity to security: ‘Extremism has taken its toll on the Pashtun culture’
December 28, 2012
ISLAMABAD: Aside from health, education, agriculture and the overall economy, the rise of violence and extremism in the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (Fata) after 9/11 has also taken a toll on the Pashtun culture: with its folklore, art and literature shifting focus from serenity to security.
(5) Pashto Literature in times of conflict

Sana jamal

Saturday, December 29, 2012 – Islamabad —The continuing conflict and aggression, since Pakistan’s alliance with US-led war on terror, has left deep impressions on Pakistani culture and literature. The impact on Pashto prose and poetry were particularly discussed by a group of literati in Islamabad who deliberated on changing trends in Pashto literature in an age of terror.

(6) Extremism and radicalization in Fata impacts on culture
Muhammad Daud Khan,  December 28, 2012

ISLAMABAD: Pashtun culture has undergone several changes manifested in folklore, art and literature since the advent of violence and fundamentalism in the region, especially after Pakistan’s participation in the US led ‘war on terror’.

Such views were expressed by the speakers in a seminar “Extremism and Radicalization in FATA: Impacts on Culture” held by FATA Research Center here at a local hotel.

(7) Violence, conflict affect Pushtun culture

Usman Ahmed, December 28, 2012

ISLAMABAD: Pashtun culture has undergone several changes manifested in folklore, art and literature since the advent of violence and fundamentalism in the region especially after Pakistan’s participation in the US lead ‘war on terror.

These views were expressed by the speakers in a seminar Extremism and Radicalization in FATA: Impacts on Culture held by FATA Research Center here at a local hotel.


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