Downfall of the Muslims: A Review (Part-6)

By Dr. Firoz Mahboob Kamal The moral disability & the fallout The most important cause of Muslims’ downfall is not any natural disaster or economic collapse or any epidemic of a killer disease. It is indeed the moral disability that has brought them to the current quagmire. Such disability even kills any fresh attempt to rise up as a civilizational force on earth. If not treated, the ongoing disability ...

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Husain Haqqani’s Support to Anti-Pakistan Lobbies

By Sajjad Shaukat If we take note of the US strategy about Pakistan in the past few years, we can observe that America is playing a double game with Islamabad. Sometimes, US top officials admire Pak Army’s action against the Taliban militants, including arrests of the top Al Qaeda commanders by Inter-Services Intelligence agency (ISI), sometimes, they accuse ISI and Pak Army of supporting Afghan Taliban and ...

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The Case of WMDs: Who Used Chemical Weapons in Syria?

By Sajjad Shaukat Suddenly tension has intensified between Russia and the US with the order of the American President Donald Trump, when in the early hours of April 7, this year, using the pretext of chemical weapons attacks and blaming the Assad regime, the US warships fired 60 cruise missiles at the Shayrat Airfield controlled by the Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s forces. This was supposedly in respon ...

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Impact of chemical & missile attacks in Syria

by Asif Haroon Raja “In the coming days the American people will learn that the (US) Intelligence Community knew that Syria did not drop a military chemical weapon on innocent civilians in Idlib”. Former DIA Col Patrick Lang The civil war was triggered in Syria in March 2011 by the Syrian rebels supported by the US, NATO, Saudi led Gulf States and Turkey. The war has wrought havoc and the country lay utterl ...

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PILDAT Policy Brief: Revival of the Military Courts

By Sajjad Shaukat Although in the recent past, some leaders of the ruling parties of the province of Sindh as well as those of the central government, including their parliamentarians were reluctant in extending the special powers, given to the Rangers under the Anti-Terrorism Act, yet after the recent wave of terrorism in the country, these leaders and parliamentarians not only extended the special powers ...

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Will Indian Supreme Court be successful in holding joint trial in the case of Babri masjid demolition

Posted by Zaheerul Hassan According to Indian Tribune News Service, The case of Babri Mosque demolition demands revival of conspiracyacy charges against senior BJP leaders LK Advani, Murli Manohar Joshi , Uma Bharti and others. They were charged in December 1992 but the case went into dormant since then due to prevailing's extremist Hindu pressure and influence over the society. on 6 the April 2017, Indian ...

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St. Petersburg Metro Explosion: Why False Flag Terror Attacks Accelerate?

By Sajjad Shaukat At least 14 people were killed and dozens injured in a suspected suicide explosion on Monday (April 3, 2017) in a crowded metro train on the St. Petersburg subway system. Following the blast, a second explosive device was found and defused at another station. Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev described the attack as a “terrorist act.” Next day, Russian investigators disclosed that a 2 ...

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Who is Behind Pak-Afghan Durand Line Issue?

By Sajjad Shaukat Although Durand Line is internationally recognized border between Pakistan and Afghanistan, yet some foreign powers which are also in connivance with the Afghan rulers are manipulating it to obtain their selfish interests. From time to time, controversy arises between Afghanistan and Pakistan when Afghan officials refused to recognize the Durand Line which is the 2640 kilometer long and po ...

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