Fatwa of Paigham-e-Pakistan

Sultan M Hali Al Qaeda and Dáesh have been projecting themselves as champions of the Muslims and deny their links with terrorism. Actions speak louder than words. Al Qaeda enraged the wrath of the west by attacking the twin towers in New York and targeting US embassies in various locations. Resultantly, the US mustered international support and, along with the NATO forces, invaded first Afghanistan, which h ...

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New Delhi’s factotum in Washington DC

Sultan M Hali An article ‘Thank You, President Trump for calling out Pakistan on Terrorism’ written by Larry Pressler has recently been published in “Hindustan Times”. Larry Pressler is a 75 year old pro-Indian Republican politician from South Dakota. He is the architect of the notorious “Pressler Amendment” against Pakistan and author of the controversial book, “Neighbour in Arms” — a book propagating Indi ...

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Au revoir mon cher chef de l’air maréchal

Sultan M Hali A thousand years the earth revolves around its orbit and then a mighty leader is born. How lucky is that tract of land on which such a leader opens his eyes. One such leader was Air Chief Marshal Sohail Aman, who hung his gloves on 19 March 2018 after a brave and courageous command. Pakistan Air Force (PAF), which has had twenty two air chiefs to-date, was blessed to have had Asghar Khan and N ...

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No room for India in NSG

Mohammad Jamil India has been seeking entry into the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) to join the rule-making body. It had applied for NSG membership in 2016, but its bid is primarily being blocked by China, which maintains that the signing Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) is a prerequisite for entry into the bloc. In his recent paper, John Carlson examines India’s Separation Plan and safeguards agreement with t ...

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Censored Deep State Analysis: Syrian Crisis Deepens: Who Wants Nuclear War or World War III?

By Sajjad Shaukat More than 100 missile strikes have been launched against Syria by the US, UK and France on Saturday (April 14, 2018) in response to the alleged chemical weapons attack which killed at least 50 people in Syria’s rebel-held town of Eastern Douma on April 7, this year. According to the allies, “The strikes destroyed important infrastructure at three sites connected to the Syrian regime’s chem ...

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Asia-Pacific policy in jeopardy!

Mohammad Jamil The US policy known as ‘pivot’ to Asia was unfolded in 2013 according to which 60 percent of the navy’s fleet would be deployed to the Pacific by 2020; Singapore would house four new US Littoral Combat Ships designed to fight close to shorelines, while Indonesia wanted to buy a range of American hardware and take part in joint manoeuvres. The Philippines wanted to host more US troops and Aust ...

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Expensive Qatari LNG causing additional burden on masses

By Ahmad Ahmadani Pakistanis are allegedly being deprived of low priced Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) as the present government continues importing LNG from Qatar under a G2G (Government to Government) agreement, sources revealed. Raising serious concerns over reduced supply of Re-gasified Liquefied Natural Gas (RLNG) to power sector, Pakistan LNG Limited (PLL) Managing Director (MD) Adnan Gilani, in a letter ...

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Blasphemy laws and the Muslim world

Mohammad Jamil Since the assassination of Governor of Punjab, Salman Taseer, the issue of blasphemy law has become a focal point of discussion not only in national and international media but also in every nook and corner of our country. In view of the fact that blasphemy law was misused in the past, and was used as a tool to frame certain non-Muslims as well as Muslims, scholars like Javed Ahmed Ghamidi ar ...

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