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ISIS Acquiring Nukes: Game Changer or Game Over? (Video)

Let me pose a hypothetical here: An Islamic government proven to be friendly to radicals and extremists, let's call it Pakistan, has an extra nuclear bomb or two they would be willing to sell for cash...On the other side of the equation we have a ter...
by The Political Commentator on May 23, 2015

Agencies warn of acute Pakistan floods relief shortfall

Relief efforts for five million people affected by flooding in Sindh province of Pakistan are threatened because of a lack of funds, aid agencies say. Oxfam, Save the Children, Care and the French agency, Acted, have warned that more than nine millio...
by $ watchersNplayers $ on Nov 9, 2011

A liberals-eye view of national security and of the Haqqani network!

Who and what is the Haqqani network and what is its relationship to the ISI and the government in Pakistan? <!--[if gte mso 9]> Normal.dotm 0 0 1 277 1580 Hallmark Abstract Service 13 3 1940 12.0 <![...
by The Political Commentator on Sep 28, 2011

US promises not to repeat Bin Laden raid: PM Gilani

Yousuf Raza Gilani says Hillary Clinton has assured him there will be no more unilateral... more »...

Pakistani Government in Agreement with United States

The Pakistani prime minister agrees that the raid on Osama bin Laden was justice served however he does not agree that the United States should have acted without prior knowledge of the Pakistani Government. The prime minister did also state that thi...
by The Net Gossip on May 9, 2011

US wants to Interview Osama bin Laden widows

The US Government believes it can get valuable information from Osama bin Laden’s three widows and the left behind intelligence material they had to leave behind at the al-Qaeda leader’s compound. So how will Pakistan deal with this reque...
by The Net Gossip on May 8, 2011

US country and Pakistan Relations in tension, the tensions are fast escalating between Pakistan and the rest of the world, After Al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden was killed in Pakistan on Sunday

New Delhi: After Al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden was killed in Pakistan on Sunday, the tensions are fast escalating between Pakistan and the rest of the world. The United States today flatly refused to apologise for ‘Operation Geronimo’ t...
by forevernokia on May 5, 2011

US and Pakistan Relations in tension, the tensions are fast escalating between Pakistan and the rest of the world, After Al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden was killed in Pakistan on Sunday

New Delhi: After Al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden was killed in Pakistan on Sunday, the tensions are fast escalating between Pakistan and the rest of the world. The United States today flatly refused to apologise for ‘Operation Geronimo’ that kill...
by whatiznext.com on May 4, 2011

JUVENILE DELINQUENCY IN PAKISTAN

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by Life For Rent on Apr 13, 2011

Pakistan, the Davis case, civil unrest and John Kerry reporting for duty

The Davis Case in a nutshellArrested January 27th in Pakistan, Raymond Davis was charged in the shooting deaths of two Pakistani's. Davis is a former Special Forces operative who claims that he was being tailed by the two men belonging to Pakistan in...
by The Political Commentator on Feb 16, 2011

Wikileaks: Pakistan Dismissed Fears U.S. Nuclear Weapons

Pakistan denies fears expressed in U.S. diplomatic cable, which was released by the whistleblower site Wikileaks that nuclear materials could fall into terrorist hands. British High Commissioner Wajid Shamsul Hasan material which one has to say ̶...
by Hot News Today on Dec 1, 2010

Pakistan Uncblocks Facebook

Lahore court has pulled off the ban from Facebook in Pakistan. After almost two weeks of ban due to theRead the Rest...
by STARBYTE Computers Blog on Jun 1, 2010

Pakistan Uncblocks Facebook

Lahore court has pulled off the ban from Facebook in Pakistan. After almost two weeks of ban due to theRead the Rest...
by STARBYTE Computers Blog on Jun 1, 2010

Kashmir Grand Mufti Condemns Terrorism and Slammed Pak-based terrorist organisation, Jamiat-ul-Mujahideen

I sincerely Appreciate Kashmir Grand Mufti,M ufti Bashiruddin Ahmad bold and courageous statement; I think that India needs more modern scholarly like him to tackle the misguided youths of our Jammu and Kashmir state. Via Times Now The Grand Mufti of...

Watch exclusive video of terrorists using the harsh winter months to sneak into India (Kashmir)

High Altitude Terror Battle: Pakistani sponsored terrorists using the harsh winter months to sneak into Kashmir But No Need to Worry, Our Indian security forces are unstoppable, proud Indian forces are ahead in busting all these infiltration. I salut...

Balochistan: CIA’s Crumbling Project

Taking cue from Iran’s action against Jundullah, and Israel’s action against a Hamas activist in Dubai, Pakistan needs to get firm on eliminating the Afghan-based nursery of terrorism inside Pakistan.
by THE PEOPLE OF PAKISTAN on Feb 24, 2010

More terror plots likely

The New York Times is in a quandary. They are trying to answer this question - "Does the United States need a large and growing ground force in Afghanistan to prevent another major terrorist attack on American soil?" - and they don't seem any nearer...

REFLECTIONS: Clouds and Smoke… Part I

Salaam and welcome back to my readers. I’m back after an interval of more than two months. Two months that have been filled with a lot of illusions, infirmaries, illnesses, interferences, inconstancies and many more things mostly negative that...
by The STRUCTURE of ENTROPY on Jul 12, 2009

Crisis in Pakistan: A Marshall Plan for Pakistan?

Part 4 of a 6 part essay on the growing threat of the Taliban in Pakistan and how to combat itIn order to begin to permanently roll back the Taliban, the Pakistani government must give the Pakistani people confidence that it can effectively provide f...
by Forum for Foreign Affairs on Jun 9, 2009

Crisis in Pakistan: The Rise of the Taliban

Part 2 of a 6 part essay on the growing threat of the Taliban in Pakistan and how to combat itAlthough the Taliban had no presence in Pakistan before 2001, the radical Muslim Pashtun group did have several advantages upon arriving in Pakistan that wo...
by Forum for Foreign Affairs on Jun 9, 2009


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