War On Conflict

Iran and Pakistan are next targets of USA

by Brig Asif Haroon Raja America and its allies are persecuting and bleeding the Muslims for over a decade. Notwithstanding its imperialistic designs and penchant to harm Muslims interests, the Muslim states themselves are also responsible for the sorry state of affairs within the Muslim world. Notwithstanding all out support …

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Afghanistan: hope, fantasy and failure!

by Air Cdr Khalid Iqbal (R) While the people of Pakistan prayed for the early recovery of Malala Yousafzai, they were awe-struck by the frenzy created about the incident. Where people die in dozens each day as a result of terrorist attacks, singling out Malala for glorification was rather intriguing. …

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Designs Behind Anti-Islam Activities

by Sajjad Shaukat Demonstrations and violence have hit more than 30 Islamic countries by the Muslims who protested against blasphemous US-made film “Innocence of Muslims,” produced by Israeli-American filmmaker Sam Bacile. In Pakistan, a national holiday was announced on September 21 to observe it as Yaum-e-Ishq-e-Rasool (PBUH) against the sacrilegious …

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Muslim countries in grip of chaos

by Mohammad Jamil In the aftermath of 9/11 events, when the symbols of economic and military power were attacked, the US and the West consider Muslims as terrorists. Today, one can visualize the action replay of post-Second World War with regard to the division of the countries, this time round …

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Outrage in Muslim world

by Mohammad Jamil Anti-Islamic movie “Innocence of Muslims” has sparked global protests and outrage in the Muslim world. Many countries of the world have condemned the documentary made by a California-based Israeli filmmaker including Saudi Arabia and Turkey that have also condemned the killing of United States envoy and three …

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Al-Qaeda’s desperate moves

by Mohammad Jamil After losing scores of its leaders and operatives, Al Qaeda is a fractured outfit. It however wields quite some influence over the Taliban leadership through its desperate and reckless moves. According to the details in the cover story published in the latest Newsweek captioned ‘Unfriending Al-Qaeda’, the …

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Joining Hands on Confronting Terror

by Bassam Javed Hurt deep on the destruction of Twin Towers September 2001, the United States let loose hell on Afghanistan first by flattening Tora Bora mountain ranges and then by its physical invasion to nab or kill Al-Qaeda Chief Osama Bin Laden. Before invading the country the US authorities …

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Operation in North Waziristan not imminent!

by Mohammad Jamil After his meeting with General James N. Mattis, Commander US CENTCOM on 17th August, Chief of Army Staff Gen. Ashfaq Parvez Kayani categorically dispelled the speculative reporting in foreign media, regarding joint operations in North Waziristan. He had reiterated: “We might, if necessary, undertake operations in NWA, …

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Cyberwarfare – new arms race

by Sultan M Hali Cyberwarfare has been defined as politically-motivated hacking to conduct sabotage and espionage. It is a kind of information warfare that some pundits compare to conventional warfare, although this analogy is controversial and has dangerous implications meriting closer examination. Richard A. Clarke, US government security expert, in …

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Need for Dialogue with the Haqqani Militants

by Sajjad Shaukat In the past few years, a number of regional and international conferences held with a view to bringing stability and peace in Afghanistan before the foreign troops complete withdrawal from that country in 2014. Another major purpose of these forums was also to conclude a peace deal …

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