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SaafBaat is a webzine that encourages independent, fearless and well researched articles. We have tried to categorise them as best as we could. These have been added in no particular order. We currently do not publish articles on any particular schedule.

Our editorial standards demand that authors have credited and referenced their sources in all the articles. Whenever they make any factual claim in their articles, they are encouraged to either immediately provide a link to the source, or list the references for a particular article at the end. Much of the analysis on our site is based on factual material and derived from research into related reports, media articles, papers in journals and books on the subjects.

These references are numbered, will typically be mentioned in a standard square bracket with the reference #, for example [1].

A number or a symbol next to a word 1 , indicates a footnote, many of which will display the footnote comment when you click on them.

There are several sentences and paragraphs in the articles that are copied verbatim from our sources, our authors acknowledge this is derived work, and have utmost respect for their source material, and these should not be seen as any attempt at plagiarism, rather an acknowledgement that our authors couldn’t have said it better than the other quoted authors.

This is how most quoted sentences would appear in our articles

Opinion pieces are our author’s own original work.

Several images available in public domain have been used in this webzine.

Feedback and comments are most welcome, but the editor reserves the right to remove comments that are deemed abusive, Ad Hominem personal attacks, or accusatory criticism without any backing arguments, or spam.

©SaafBaat, 2016. Unauthorized use and/or duplication of this material without express and written permission from this site’s editor and/or owner is strictly prohibited. Excerpts and links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to author and SaafBaat with appropriate and specific direction to the original content.

“Journalism is printing what someone else does not want printed: everything else is public relations.” – George Orwell

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