Today US Congress has taken up the Balochistan issue on its own shoulders. Ali Dayan Hassan, Human Rights Watch head of Pakistan, presented a case in front of an American panel about the atrocities carried out in Balochistan by the Pakistani government and army. Certain facts that Pakistanis have supposedly grown up with regarding the . . . → Read More: 20 Feb 2012, Jasmeen Manzoor discusses the Balochistan issue
In response to a recently published article:
US Congressional hearing may spell trouble for Pakistan
Ironically, US is the one who started the insurgency in Balochistan in the first place. Just like it started the so called “Arab Spring”. Libya, Egypt and now Syria are all mischief of US and one can see through the . . . → Read More: In response to: US Congressional hearing may spell trouble for Pakistan
NEW YORK – USA – In a remarkable admission by former Nixon era Secretary of State, Henry Kissinger, reveals what is happening at the moment in the world and particularly the Middle East.
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There was a time when the US and Pakistan were real allies; when both governments respected each other and the peoples of both countries found more common ground than dividing factors. Fifty years later, people joke about the US and Pakistan as frenemies; following a friendship that really doesn’t work because their interests are . . . → Read More: The Good Ol’ Days
Bin Laden was dead and on ice since 2002, will be used at a “politically expedient” time.
Bush already considered “rolling Osama out” for 2004 election.
. . . → Read More: Alex Jones exposes the hoax “Bin Laden Dead”
It appears that after over a decade of writing on the Afghan Conflict, I have run out of ideas. During the course of my active involvement and as an analyst, much that was predicted has come to pass; and much that could have been accomplished in high politics has been denied or deliberately squandered. Lamentably, . . . → Read More: Are our ruling elites willing to eat grass?
For a long time, Pakistan has been targeted by US officialdom and US media for having ‘duplicitous’ policies – doing one thing and saying another. Lately, Pakistan’s nuclear program has been criticized for acceleration in activity to increase stockpiles; completely ignoring the negative impact of the US-India Nuclear Agreement, and the fact that Pakistan is . . . → Read More: CRUNCH TIME
Americans were liberated from AT&T last week.
The news that Apple was ending its exclusive relationship with AT&T and would begin selling the iPhone 4 on Verizon’s network in the United States was not a surprise, but the excitement was palpable nonetheless.
“Freedom!” bellowed Jon Stewart on “The Daily Show,” in a segment in which people . . . → Read More: Wireless, but Leashed