Hussain Saqib Pakistan’s Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, who is politically and physically besieged in his official palace in Islamabad due to a massive sit-in of his political opponents, received support from forgotten allies. Pakistan’s right-wing extremist parties sympathizing with terrorists, some of which are banned by the government due to their terrorists activities, today took … More Terror sponsors rally to support beleaguered Nawaz Sharif
While the politicians and their hangers-on are preparing to go to polls on May 11, 2013, the brave sons of this nation are sacrificing their lives to safeguard the motherland in Tirah valley which is the latest safe haven of anti-Pakistan terrorists. Martyrs include the officers and men of regular army, para-military forces and brave … More Time to eulogize supreme sacrifices in Tirah Valley….
Mercifully, it was TTP which tried to kill a media anchor. On the day of the incident, it was all set to show this attack as perpetrated by the establishment and unleash the anti-Pakistan media and HR forces on Army and the ISI. The vague statement of the anchor himself and not-so-vague references of his … More Mercifully, it was TTP who tried to kill Capital Talk host….
Imran Khan’s Peace March to restive FATA region of Pakistan for highlighting the woes of innocent victims of drone attacks has already taken off and is midway. The rally is massive by all measures keeping in view the numbers, the distance involved and the riskiness of destination terrain. Yet, the TV images of the zeal … More Waziristan anti-drone march: Who will march against the atrocities of TTP?
By: Hussain Saqib The attack of the militants of Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) on a key Air Force base in Pakistan was brilliantly countered and frustrated by the valiant soldiers of Defense Services Guards and PAF but it was a devastating attack in the sense that it has created the intended impact, though for a short … More Kamra Attack: This is India’s proxy war in Pakistan….
Hussain Saqib When Constantinople fell to Turks in 1453, the West decided to separate religion from the business of the state. With this decision, the West which was living in the Dark Ages suddenly embarked on the path of inventions and discoveries heretofore blocked through religious decrees. And brought the world to the wonders of … More Revive Jinnah’s vision of secular Pakistan to fight extremist forces….