All posts by: Raja Mujtaba

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Mr. Jinnah and his vision about Pakistan Jinnah and Armed Forces: A TV Talk hosted by PTV World By Raja G Mujtaba Mr. Jinnah as I describe him, “His thoughts were deeper than the deepest of the oceans, his vision was higher than the highest of the mountains and his determination was harder than the […]

Swinging a tiger by its tail  By Humayun Gauhar Make no mistake. In putting Musharraf on trial for treason Nawaz Sharif has put the entire army on trial. He has, unbelievably, put himself on a collision course with the army yet again. If his prime effort is to castrate the army so it cannot intervene […]

Problems faced by USA in Afghanistan By Brig Asif Haroon Raja While 2013 is at its fag end, so far there is no light at the end of the tunnel as far as breakthrough in US-Taliban peace talks is concerned. Stalemate has made the US position rickety. Although the US officials including Obama are repeatedly […]

A YEAR WASTED By Brig Samson S Sharaf In an article published on 2 January 2013 titled, ‘Resolutions every Pakistani must make’ it was emphasised that willing people can brave the most trying circumstances through emotions, aspirations, dedication and surges of national character and morale to propel a nations to pinnacles of greatness. 2013 being an […]

Rebuttal to “Magnificent Delusion” HaqqaniTheTraitor By R R Tanoli            After reading the book, I have decided with a firm belief to give a point by point rebuttal of this fallacious account including sponsored mythologies, bigoted narratives, distorted references and erroneous beliefs. Hussain Haqqani undoubtedly “The Traitor”, already renowned for his […]

NOTES FROM A SOCIAL SCIENTIST A Contemporary Reference: Why ZAB Was Executed By Dr. Haider Mehdi “Rather than boasting of calamitous missions, the politicians responsible for them must be held to account.”                                                          Seumas Milne, Guardian News  Pakistan is about the only country on this planet where Politics, the […]

Mandela’s legacy—shunning political vengeance By S. M. Hali  Nelson Mandela, the South African leader was buried earlier this month in his native town Qunu. As in life, even in his death, celebrities, human rights activists and world leaders sank their differences to pay homage to this great personality and vowed to carry on his message […]

100 Years Is Enough Time to Make the Fed a Public Utility By Ellen Brown December 23rd, 2013, marks the 100th anniversary of the Federal Reserve, warranting a review of its performance. Has it achieved the purposes for which it was designed? The answer depends on whose purposes we are talking about.  For the banks, the […]

Trial of War Criminals in Bangladesh By Breig Asif Haroon Raja After nine-month Indian aided insurgency, the Indian Army launched a three directional offensive and managed to conquer East Pakistan in 1971 without crossing a single major river and without reducing any of the towns converted into fortresses. Jessore and Mymensingh had been abandoned and […]

Snow Job About Israel-Palestine – An Analysis by Lawrence Davidson  Part I – A “Snowy Sky in Jerusalem”  In our house we get the New York Times (NYT) because the Philadelphia Inquirer’s (that is our city paper) coverage of international affairs is very limited. Sometimes I wonder why we bother. One can find a more thorough and certainly more […]

The Enduring Power of Zionism’s Propaganda Lies By Alan Hart Evidence that the mainstream media is not prepared to balance Zionism’s propaganda lies with the truth of history as it relates to the making and sustaining of the conflict in and over Palestine that became Israel was on display in the BBC’s obituary tribute to […]