Monthly Archives: February 2012

(shorthand for another great turning against the Jews) Henry Kissinger, then national security adviser, warned President Nixon that the Israelis “are probably more likely than any other country to actually use their nuclear weapons.” By Alan Hart The Gentile me believes this question needs to be addressed because there is a very real danger that […]

Those who call themselves Muslims while simultaneously disowning political aspects of Islam are in a strange dilemma: they do not want to leave the fold of Islam and they do not want to fulfill its rights. Instead, they choose to talk around the matter and find a way out of their collective obligations as Muslims […]

By S. M. Hali The curious case of the Mehran Bank scandal, which is now commonly known as the Asghar Khan case has taken an important position in Pakistan’s judicial history. Air Marshal Asghar Khan, in 1996, had written a letter to then Chief Justice Nasim Hasan Shah against former army chief, General Mirza Aslam […]

A 25-Year Anniversary for Me …a letter from Michael Moore Friends, On this day 25 years ago, in 1987, I became a filmmaker. It was around ten in the morning and the first-ever roll of Kodak 16mm film for my first-ever movie was loaded into my friend's camera to shoot the very first scene of […]

One did not need to wait four hundred and twenty three days and spending hundreds of thousands of dollars from the cash starved national exchequer to reach this conclusion, since the TTP had laid claim to the assassination on day one. What is preposterous is the vow by the Interior Minister to bring back former […]

By Naveed Tajammal Now a days, the basic problem is that people are not aware of history, everyone goes by what the media feeds them and media is Zionist dominated. What the media is telling are what the Zionists want to achieve therefore they engineer the facts; in most cases the facts are removed or […]

By Nosherwan Shahid Shaikh The people of Pakistan have the talent of following one another, be it in the quest of choosing a career or choosing a leader. Pakistan has successfully created doctors, engineers and MBA’s all in one lineage. And have now embarked on following the one and only Imran Khan, whom no one […]

NOTES FROM A SOCIAL SCIENTIST By Dr. Haider Mehdi A wise adversary’s intrusiveness is better than a foolish friend’s counsel. (adapted from an old proverb) Three fundamentally vital points in this proposal need to be clearly stated at the very outset: One: The COAS is the most important actor in the conceptualization, making and the […]

After the cold war, West has taken Islam  as the number one threat to replace Communism. Bosnia, Afghanistan, Iraq, Tunis, Egypt, Yemen, Bahrain, Syria, Libya are examples of creating instability and destabilizing the Islamic world lest they unite and become a force to reckon with. By S. M. Hali The resolution by US House of […]

By Ellen Brown In an article titled “Still No End to ‘Too Big to Fail,’” William Greider wrote in The Nation on February 15th: Financial market cynics have assumed all along that Dodd-Frank did not end "too big to fail" but instead created a charmed circle of protected banks labeled "systemically important" that will not […]

By Dr Shahid Qureshi Don’t say a word to Asif Ali Zardari the President of Pakistan especially selectively critical media persons who criticise President, army, ISI, religious parties but are rightly scared of Karachi based foreign funded and run mafias. Those who are criticising President day and night for financial and political corruption, bad governance, […]

It’s Endangering Security of Asia By Brig Asif Haroon Raja Under the partition plan worked out by the British in June 1947, the 600 princely states had been given the choice of either joining up with India or Pakistan, giving credence to communal demographic milieus and geographic proximity. India in connivance with British Viceroy Lord […]