On Wednesday, CBS News reported that one of the bloggers in the top 100 list of Indian bloggers is an Indian Muslim.
The report, titled “Top Indian Bloggers in the Top 100” (and which other Indian bloggers are in the list?) is based on an interview with Mohammad Abid, who was interviewed by CBS News and CNN.
He told the news channel that his top ten favorite bloggers were Muslims.
He was speaking about the top 10 bloggers in India.
He was also talking about his list of 100 top bloggers, which he has been running since 2012.
It is worth mentioning that many of the most popular Muslim bloggers are bloggers who have been banned from the country.
Some of them are those like Shabnam Shah, Nabeel Aziz, Ashfaq Akhtar and Shashi Tharoor.
Abid said that he and the rest of the Indian Muslim bloggers who are in this top 100 are not afraid to speak their minds, to speak out against the injustices and to be outspoken.
In the interview, Abid said he has taken a lot of time and effort to be the best Muslim blogger in the country, adding that this is not a matter of opinion or ideology.
Abad said that it is the fact that Muslims are the majority in the Muslim community that makes them the top contributors to Indian culture.
“It is the Muslims who create the most beautiful, most inspiring, most creative and most progressive culture.
It is not the other way around.
They are the real reason why we are the most vibrant, rich and beautiful nation,” Abid added.
The top Muslim bloggers in this list are:Abid, a columnist and a columnist with the Tehelka newspaper, who writes for The Hindustan Times.
Abid has been on the top of the list for several years now.
His top 10 favorite bloggers include:Abdul Aziz of Al Jazeera EnglishAbul Hameed of The Express TribuneAbul Samad of AlJazeeraEnglishAbu Bakr al-Baghdadi of ISIS and the Islamic StateAbu Yusuf al-Qaradawi of al-Jazeera EnglishAbu Muhammad al-Adnani of ISISAbu Sayyaf al-Ansari of al Jazeera EnglishThe list of top bloggers is the most diverse in India, with many Muslims, Hindus, Sikhs, Christians, Parsis, Buddhists and other faiths.
Abad has written for the Times of India, NDTV, The Times of America, Al Jazeera, ND TV, Hindustani Times, Alsana, The Indian Express, Hindy, The Hindu and other outlets.
Abdulkarim Ansari is a Pakistani-born Indian-American journalist who has been living in the US for 20 years.
He has covered politics and business in Pakistan and India, and has been reporting for a variety of media outlets.
His latest book is “How to Make a Murderer: How a Murder Is Made and Why the Media Ignore It”.