London: Finsburry Park Mosque Attack, Dividing the World on Religious Lines

By Sajjad Shaukat A man died and at least 11 people were injured in the early hours of Monday (June 19, 2017) morning after a van was rammed into a crowd of Muslims worshipers in Finsburry Park near a mosque in north London. Eyewitnesses reported chaotic scenes, as the incident unfolded just after midnight, when worshipers had just finished evening Ramadan prayers. They said that the driver shouted, “I want ...

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Pakistan’s Fight against Terrorism

By Ali Sukhanver Some people suggest that Pakistan must say good-bye to Afghan affairs. In other words they suggest that Pakistan must let Afghanistan burn in fire of intrigues and conspiracies and must ignore the sorry plight of those whom Pakistan has been entertaining and accommodating for more than thirty years. Such people ignore a very important thing while giving this suggestion that Pakistan’s own p ...

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Walking With The Martyrs: With Indian Soldiers But….?

​An Analysis By: Balbir Singh Sooch The note, ‘Walking with the martyrs’ by Learned Mr. Harish Khare is nicely written, everything wisely projected and said, though at the same time seems advised and stressed also that while, “Walking with the martyrs”, their voice is required to be snubbed and keep and or military men must behave like a tightly sealed pressure cooker without having any out let for steam- W ...

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Main Fault Lines of India’s Politics

By Sajjad Shaukat While, the ideology of Hindutva (Hindu nationalism) is the genesis of Hindu terrorism, having co-relationship with it, the main fault lines of India’s politics is based upon the discriminatory system of caste and religion. These trends in Indian politics have become the staging ground for all the national movements and wars of liberation. Indian anti-Muslim and anti-Pakistan approach is al ...

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Just Think of Khalistan

By Ali Sukhanver The Sikhs and the Muslims were never ever at loggerheads but I personally have never been able to understand why the Sikhs joined hands together with the Hindus at the time of partition in slaughter and slay of the Muslims. It seems they had fallen into the dirty ditch of Hindu cunningness though they had realized their folly at a later stage. If today the Sikhs are leading a miserable life ...

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Inspired political instability in Pakistan

by Asif Haroon Raja On October 11, 1999, a democratically elected government of PML-N was toppled by the military under Gen Pervez Musharraf. Nawaz Sharif (NS) was jailed and awarded life sentence on charges of hijacking and terrorism. Saudi Arabia came to his rescue and he was exiled for ten years. Benazir Bhutto (BB) was already in self-imposed exile. The Supreme Court legitimized military rule and author ...

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Why Controversy over JIT Accelerates?

By Sajjad Shaukat Deliberately created controversy over the Joint Investigation team (JIT) set up on April 20, 2017 by the Supreme Court (SC) to probe the business dealings of the Sharif family abroad in connection with the Panama Papers’ verdict accelerated on June 12, this year, when the JIT team told the SC that some governmental departments have shown reluctance in handing over relevant records. Media r ...

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A sticky Gulf wicket!

By Yasmeen Aftab Ali “It will not be long before we get this phone call from Saudi Arabia, ‘Are you with us or against us?’ Are we ready to take that call?” The news of United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and Egypt breaking off all diplomatic ties with Qatar, a close ally to Islamabad, by land, sea and air made headline news around the world. The Gulf States have given a time of two weeks to the Qat ...

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