Al-Qaeda vs Daish: A Deadly Propaganda War

By Iftikhar Hussain Jazib Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi and Daish have emerged from Al-Qaeda’s branch in Iraq but the violence and terror unleashed by them have even belittled Al-Qaeda and its affiliated terrorist outfits. Daish is extensively sharing videos of its crimes, atrocities and brutal executions to cast terror in the hearts of general masses in Iraq and Syria. Owing to the massive criticism on Daish’s exce ...

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Yemen Crisis: Destabilizing the Muslim World

  By Sajjad Shaukat Yemen crisis cannot be seen in isolation, as it has provided the anti-Muslim countries and lobbies with a golden chance to destabilize the Muslim World. It is of particular attention that faced with an unending resistance in Iraq and other volatile Islamic states, the US had planned to spark a civil war between the Sunnis and Shias. In this context, a study of a leading think tank R ...

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Invitation to a Bull

By  Ali Sukhanver Must Pakistan jump into another hell of trials and tribulations by becoming a party to the war between Saudi Arab and Yemen as a few of the so-called analysts are suggesting? Has Pakistan not learnt any lesson from its involvement in Afghanistan during the days of USSR’s interference there? Did Pakistan earn anything else but blames and allegations along with an unceasing torrent of terror ...

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Surging chaos in Yemen

(Part 1)  By  Asif Haroon Raja Harking back into the history of Yemen which stretches back to 3000 years, it will be worthwhile to know certain essential details about the country. It lies at the tip of Arabian Peninsula and it borders Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) to the north and Oman to the east. Yemen is strategically important because it sits on the Bab al-Mandab strait, a narrow waterway 40 km wide li ...

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Saudi-Yemen Crisis: Pakistani Delegation Retuned Home

RIYADH (ZM):  Saudi Arabian government requested Pakistan for military assistance inan on-going conflict with Yemen.  Pakistani high level assured Saudi rulers that Islamabad will provide all possible assistance in this crisis. The delegation has returned home and is expected to brief Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif while a decision to send troops will be made by the country’s leadership as well. Defence Minist ...

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