“آپ رات کو پٹرول پارٹی بھیجتے ہی کیوں ہیں؟ اس طرح تو جوانوں کی جان خطرے میں پڑ سکتی ہے۔” “یہ بارڈر ہے پارٹنر اور سامنے دشمن ہے۔” انہوں نے میرے احمقانہ سوال کا جواب نہایت تحمل سے دیا۔ “پٹرول پارٹی تو بھیجنی پڑتی ہے تاکہ بے خبری میں نہ مارے جائیں۔ ہم لوگ یہاں … More آرمی اٹیچمنٹ: تین ماہ کا تعلق اور عمر بھر کا رومانس-3
Due to its indigenous character, the Wani-triggered movement not only attracted the attention of international community, it also shook the conscience of Indian intelligentsia and people at large. HUSSAIN SAQIB Burhan Muzaffar Wani, a social media warrior of liberation movement of Indian-held Jammu and Kashmir, was martyred in an encounter with occupation army of India … More How JuD can sabotage Kashmir’s indigenous struggle for freedom?
HUSSAIN SAQIB Pakistan’s military deserves kudos for its coming up to public expectations in this crucial time as against the civilian leaders who are thoroughly engrossed in their dirty games abdicating their responsibilities to the chief of army staff (COAS) If there was any strong indication of India’s decision to end proxy wars against Pakistan … More How India’s ceasefire violations signal an end to proxy wars?
A section of the Social Media is jubilant on his death and the reasons for this misplaced joy are not difficult to ascertain; he was a living threat to American and Indian establishment who are known to control the media, Social Media including. HUSSAIN SAQIB Lt Gen Hameed Gul has passed away leaving behind a … More Hameed Gul and his fight against American, Soviet and Indian imperialism
If we calculate carefully, Syed Geelani’s snub is a huge price for the meekness that Pakistani leaders demonstrated at Ufa. HUSSAIN SAQIB Syed Ali Geelani, the most respected leader of Kashmir Freedom Movement has snubbed the government of Nawaz Sharif and refused to attend Eid Milan at Pakistan High Commission at New Delhi. This snub … More What is the quid pro quo for Pakistan’s meek posture at Ufa?
Hussain Saqib Pakistan and India spare no opportunity to fight, and fight to the end. They fight their proxy wars everywhere possible; from their respective soils to Afghanistan to Nepal and even in the power corridors of Washington DC. The Americans have historically been influencing Pakistan to go soft on India even when the latter was in … More Pakistan and India fight it out in power corridors of Washington DC
If we now count Pakistan’s national security challenges, there will be corrupt and inefficient political leadership, weak economy driven by elite-based taxation system, foreign-aided insurgents, terrorists and,of course, India, in the same order. The armed forces can fight only one of these threats. Focus of Pakistan’s national security policies has always been its Eastern neighbor. … More Pakistan’s Budget 2012-13: National security is not a national priority anymore…..