Posts Tagged: pakistan army

Murder at Symbol of Consensus by Syed F. Hussaini
July 3, 2010
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From 1977 through 1999, the Pakistan Army removed five popularly-elected governments at its leisure proving that the people could rule their country only with the blessings of the military. The rule of terror, too, is no exception. The terrorists trample Pakistan with the blessings of the military; they are simply the hirelings of the army. […]
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Pakistan Governance Model: Beg, Borrow and Steal
May 8, 2010
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Discussing the developments of Faisal Shahzad’s arrest on a Pakistani TV channel this week, I was asked: why is America against Muslims. Reducing American actions to ideology is not only simplistic but also obscures critical analysis. Why is it that Muslims from Qatar or Oman: Muslims from India, Bangladesh, Malaysia or Indonesia not under scrutiny? […]
Pakistan Army Celebrates Victory but ISI Asset Escapes
March 2, 2010
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As Pakistan army celebrates the capture of a key Taliban complex in the Bajaur tribal region on the Afghan border, terrorism experts suspect that the Pakistan’s Inter Services Intelligence, ISI, allowed one of the most dangerous terrorist slip through the crack. Interviews in Islamabad, Peshawar and Washington DC in last two days suggest that Maulavi […]
IMF Loan Stifling Pakistan Economy
January 5, 2010
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IMF’s sub-prime loan to Pakistan has conditions that impact life and livelihoods of ordinary citizens and no TV anchor, no mainstream journalist is willing to scrutinize this debt? I wonder why?
Military Operation In North Waziristan Soon
January 3, 2010
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Following the deadly attack on a volleyball game that killed 99 people in the remote northwest of Pakistan, the country’s military leadership has decided to expand it’s operations to North Waziristan, multiple sources in Islamabad and Washington DC told us today.
ISI, CIA Intensify Joint Operations In Baluchistan
December 21, 2009
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A senior Pakistani official told us today ISI and CIA have conducted over joint operations recently. “These are very complex operations. CIA and ISI depend on each other for not only success of these operations but to watch each other’s back,” official said stressing under the apparent tension – there is solid cooperation between two intelligence agencies.