The way attack was handled and a disaster averted indicates Pakistan has come of age in fighting terrorism A few days ago, terrorists attacked sector headquarters of Frontier Corps (FC) Balochistan, at Quetta, the capital city of Pakistan’s Balochistan province. This attack was of massive proportion and if the attackers, who were being handled in … More Fighting terrorism; how Quetta city was saved from a major disaster?
Someone somewhere is planning to get rid of the baggage called the House of Saud. In all probability, the Holy Sites are not the target, the target is Custodian of these sites. HUSSAIN SAQIB It is not like “swallow your own bitter pill and burn yourself in the fires of terrorism you have been stoking everywhere.” … More Why Madinah blast is a bad omen for the House of Saud?
If loss of human lives in Afghanistan and Pakistan counts as of no value, still American taxpayers have a right to ask why nearly a trillion dollars of their hard-earned money went down the drain for attacking a wrong enemy. A new turn in the story of 9/11 now suggests that it was … More Is Uncle Sam seeking an excuse to topple Saudi regime?
It’s time Indians come to terms with realities; Balochistan is no East Pakistan of 1971 and Raheel Sharif is no Yahya. HUSSAIN SAQIB Those who are familiar with India’s Kao Plan are hardly surprised at the arrest of Commander Kul Yadav Bhoshan. However, it is for the first time that Pakistani government has shown some … More RAW should know Balochistan is no East Pakistan of 1971
Hussain Saqib The sum-total of reaction shown by politicos is simple; it is army’s war; let them fight it and please leave us and our families alone to enjoy the fruits of power. If Peshawar Tragedy of December 16, 2014 does not unite Pakistan against terrorism, extremism, political opportunism and anti-Pakistan media manipulation, nothing ever … More It is not the armed forces alone; it is Pakistan at War
Hussain Saqib While the terrorists of Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) are on the run in North Waziristan Agency in Pakistan’s restive tribal belt known as FATA after Pakistan military’s operation codenamed Zarb-e-Azb, another terrorist organization is advancing its own, and not very different from TTPs, agenda in the Middle East. Islamic State of Iraq and Syria … More ISIS may be another TTP but Pakistan is no Iraq
Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), the terror outfit fighting Pakistani State has withdrawn its talks offer and has threatened to avenge the death of its Second-in-Command.Wali-ur-Rehman Mehsud, the number-two in TTP hierarchy, was killed in drone strike on Wednesday. TTP has vowed to extract revenge from Pakistan, though the drone was controlled and operated by the Americans. The newly-elected leadership is … More Drones are a lesser evil than terrorists