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Policy on Taliban 1996 was crucial for Bhutto’s policy on Afghanistan when Pakistan-backed extremely religious group Taliban took power in Kabul in September. She continued her father’s policy on Afghanistan taking aggressive measures to curb the anti-Pakistan sentiments in Afghanistan. During this time, … Continue reading
If indeed Jinnah wanted Pakistan to be an Islamic State what exactly did he think an Islamic State means?
If indeed Jinnah wanted Pakistan to be an Islamic State what exactly did he think an Islamic State means? Now what about him repeatedly stating that Pakistan will be run on Islamic principles? Well what are the Islamic principles? What … Continue reading
PRO-TALIBAN ELEMENTS HAVE NOW REACHED IN OUR PARLIAMENT, ALL OUT FOR THE TRANSFORMATION OF PAKISTAN INTO UGLY TALIBANISTAN.
Regrettably the Pro-Taliban elements from within have managed to reach in our Parliament after fraud and rigged election 2013 and thereafter appeals supported by MNS. It is the MINDSET that provides space to these idiots. This Summer is a decision … Continue reading
Yesterday Mr. Aleem Ahmad; a young man from Sialkot asked me that is there any chance that things get on right path in Pakistan? He like many other Pakistanis is demoralized and worried about the motherland. Certainly it remains a … Continue reading