TERRORISM

Pakistan: Challenges Facing the Counter-terror Drive

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Pakistan: Challenges Facing the Counter-terror Drive Imtiaz Gul For operations in Waziristan and Karachi, Pakistan’s military provided the muscle the government needed to cow down terrorists masquerading as religious crusaders. But what about the country’s capital, Islamabad, where the civilian administration is still struggling with the remnants of the Lal Masjid?

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MASS EXECUTIONS

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Mass Executions January 03, 2016/ 1 . The Saudi Arabian Interior Ministry said, in a rare statement broadcast on state television that the state had executed 47 people on Saturday for terrorism. T he executions were carried out in 12 different locations. Some were beheaded, some were shot. The executed men believed in “extremist ideology” and members of

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9/11 Fourteen Years Later

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9/11 Fourteen Years Later Paul Craig Roberts Millions of refugees from Washington’s wars are currently over-running Europe. Washington’s 14-year and ongoing slaughter of Muslims and destruction of their countries are war crimes for which the US government’s official 9/11 conspiracy theory was the catalyst. Factual evidence and science do not support Washington&

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Terrorism Contained

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Terrorism Contained Express Report   Pakistan has been facing the monster of terrorism head-on for more than a decade. A number of terrorist attacks targeted Pakistani citizens, armed forces personnel and damaged national assets and public property. The armed forces, however, stood rock-solid against the scourge of terrorism and in June 2014 initiated a full-f

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People Who Reject Syrian Refugees are Allies of Extremists

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People Who Reject Syrian Refugees are Allies of Extremists UN United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees REUTERS United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) Antonio Guter said people who reject Syrian refugees are the “best allies” of Islamic State militants and other extremists, the United Nations refugee chief said on Monday after U

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Talks between Afghan govt, Taliban to start next month

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Talks between Afghan govt, Taliban to start next month By Muhammad Saleh Zaafir The News ISLAMABAD: Talks between Afghan administration and Taliban would start afresh next month as behind-the-scene contacts are proving highly useful and positive signals are coming from both sides. The reconciliation process for intra-Afghan dialogue would get big boost towards the end of

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The Ideology of Humanitarian Imperialism

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The Ideology of Humanitarian Imperialism Interview with distinguished Belgian Scholar Jean Bricmont By Jean Bricmont Global Research, November 29, 2015 Politico and CounterPunch 27 November 2015 Interview with distinguished Belgian Scholar Jean Bricmont. Interview with Àngel Ferrero for the Spanish newspaper, Publico. English Translation courtesy

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MODI’S VISIT TO UK- AN EVALUATION

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MODI’S VISIT TO UK- AN EVALUATION Meena Varma  It was easy to forget, as streams of early arrivals battled through driving hail and wind to reach the stadium, that the man they were flocking to see was barred from Britain for a decade until 2012, following riots in Gujarat in which 2,000 Muslims died. The Hindu nationalist Modi was chief m

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MODI’S VISIT TO UK- AN EVALUATION

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MODI’S VISIT TO UK- AN EVALUATION Meena Varma It was easy to forget, as streams of early arrivals battled through driving hail and wind to reach the stadium, that the man they were flocking to see was barred from Britain for a decade until 2012, following riots in Gujarat in which 2,000 Muslims died. The Hindu nationalist Modi was chief mini

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REVERSE SWING: MODI'S GOVERNANCE IS A LOST OPPORTUNITY

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Reverse Swing: Modi’s Governance is a Lost Opportunity India needed a leader of the nation. Instead, it got the leader of a party. Written by Tunku Varadarajan | Updated: November 8, 2015 1:57 pm   Modi is no Margaret Thatcher. I see no honest drive to undo India’s crony capitalism, and an excessive reli

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