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The fiasco of Turkey once we committed

Turkey is unfortunately under the wrath of terrorism and last night, Istanbul flared with abhorrent saboteurs’ bombing. This despicable attack left heavy casualties and fatalities. We are in immense grief due to this torment of our brotherly country and our cordial condolences and sympathies are with the Turkish people. It seems that after inception of Syrian civil war, such abominable ...

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An insight into the strategic depth and its consequences on the Tribal belt

Now it is an open secret that the security establishment of Pakistan unfairly exploiting the geo-strategic position of FATA since the last several decades according to their defined national interest. Our three generations become the victims of the Jihadi traumas and aftershocks occurred in the wake of strategic depth doctrine of general Hamid Gul and general Asad Durani. First to ...

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Pakistan looking for criteria based approach in NSG membership

India applied for Nuclear Suppliers Group’s membership on 12th May, in response to that Pakistan also put up to join NSG by 18th May. Since then, India has been lobbying around internationally gathering sympathies and collaborating with like-minded nations to support membership of India in NSG. Indian Foreign Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj, while in a press conference has admitted having spoken ...

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Taliban future after the death of their leaders: Opinion

After the death of Taliban leaders, Pakistanis have to hear such statements. ‘The slain leader is a martyr’. ‘Even if a dog, fighting against USA, is killed will be considered martyr’. ‘This operation was conducted after Pakistan’s approval’. ‘USA should respect sovereignty of Pakistan’. ‘After DNA report we can assert anything’. ‘Taliban chose their new leader’. Following are the few ...

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The Effects of Sexual Frustration in Pakistan

One of the least examined problems of our Islamic society is sex, or the lack of it.  As Qandeel puts it: “We keep our mouths shut; we’re good at pretense, all for the sake of social propriety”. Without open discussion or education, it is expected to take care of itself; it is ‘natural’, so why the need to speak about ...

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FCR -Black and Barbaric Law

In the words of Late Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Pakistan, Justice Alvin Robert Cornelius, said that the FCR is “obnoxious to all recognized modern principles governing the dispensation of justice” Federally administered tribal areas are situated at the northwest of Pakistan; it comprises almost seven tribal agencies and six frontier regions. The area is entirely inhabited by ...

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Suicide Conundrum: A La-La Land or Hades of Zombies

“Brutality and injustice made us raise our hands towards the Gods (society, church and state) for years; God didn’t respond us, but made us just pawns in the hands of Gog and Magog.”Homo Sapiens are described as the crown of creation. Right to life is the most inherent, inalienable right of any individual, and the most important duty of state. ...

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Galloping Talibanization in my Hometown

The fabric of Pashtun societies in Balochistan have been systematically altered, since the filthy epoch of the Cold War politics in Pakistan. Because the movement of Talibanisation has entirely provoked — an enormous throng of Pashtuns — in the name of religion. The perception of jihad and radical Islam was extensively injected in their minds. So that, they could have ...

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Every Child is Aylan al Kurdi

In the history of the world, mothers have reared children to be slaughtered in the wake of bloody conflicts between the greedy nations. The day Aylan al Kurdi drowned, it was like every children drowned. But thanks to God, they are immature and innocent enough that they hope for the new peaceful morning after the harsh bloody day in different ...

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War on terror is war on human rights

In the wake of 9/11 terror attack on World Trade Centre US attacked Afghanistan in a quest to stamp out Al-Qaeda bases and neutralize Taliban in Afghanistan, and with this started the war against terrorism. The war was later also extended to Iraq in 2003 against Saddam Hussain government on the stupendous pretext that he retained weapons of mass destruction. ...

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