Senator Rehman Malik

  • TPakistan is getting consistent blows from inimical International pro-Indian groups, the likes of FATF, for instance, if one can say. Hybrid war model has been launched against Pakistan as a joint venture of USA & India, which is being used to shatter our economy and derail our national ...

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  • TMysterious rise of a terrorist to the highest slot, Premiership of a country, Narendra Modi who had entered in politics as a trained terrorist, most wanted, enlisted in top ten terrorist of the world, went into hiding and disguised himself as a Sikh to avoid arrest is now the Prime Minister of ...

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  • TThe world will continue to face the war and game of domination either through conventional or hybrid wars. The world can even face destabilisation through dirty tricks of the hostile countries, i.e., disturbing the key quotients. The world is witnessing a complete change of strategies, and the ...

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  • TThe tension between Iran and Saudi Arabia is increasing day by day which has been further fuelled with attack on fuel reserves and the allegations levelled by Secretary State on Iran which are actually pushing both the countries into war. I have stated on record that let Saudi and Iran not ...

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  • THe should have made the long outstanding demands on Kashmir in his speech which he missed . It looks that he was not briefed fully the real points to be focussed as the irrelevant issues i.e. History ,money laundering and transformation of Al Qaeda were not the need of the hour but the only ...

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  • TPrime Minister Imran Khan just delivered a much awaited speech at the United Nations General Assembly on 27th Sept as the highlight of that 45-minutes long address was Kashmir. Although he took a good start and displayed confident face of Pakistan in his speech but I feel that he could have done ...

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  • TIn view of the recent developments in New York wherein the international community almost ignored the Kashmir Issue and despite all efforts Pakistan could not file a request to table a resolution in United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) on Kashmir. Similarly Pakistan has not yet moved any ...

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  • TLately I had tweeted about Indian hackers who are breaking into cyber-data of various institutions and ministries of Middle Eastern countries. They charge heavily from the states sponsoring these cyber breaches and blackmail dignitaries. Indian notorious hackers are on the payroll of Indian ...

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  • TPM Modi has jailed the Kashmiris in the largest cage of the world instead of giving them the legal right of self-determination which they rightfully deserve. The world and UN are sleeping and our reactions against the illegal acts of India are not sufficient enough to fulfill the expectations of ...

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  • TLast week I received an SOS message from the senate Secretariat to fly and address the joint UNO - IPU conference on Counter Terrorism. The visa was arranged within just few hours and I managed to reach Belarus to attend the said conference in time. I would like to write some details about Minsk, ...

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  • TI as an Interior Minister of Pakistan for 5 years hardly remember a day when major or minor act of terrorism was not reported and I am happy to report to this forum that we gradually used all available tools to smash their head and our blood battle with terrorist in Mlakand, Swat was the deciding ...

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  • TToday, as I spoke and presented the paper below in the UNO- IPU joint conference on the subject of Counter Terrorism in Belarus, I am really happy to state that I also raised the issue of Kashmir in most effective way during the two speeches I delivered in front of International media. I made an ...

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  • TThe fast changing circumstances in this region are detrimental to regional peace. Afghanistan is going through highly uncertain dangerous transition as the final outcome of USA/Afghan dialogue is not yet certain. USA is focusing on this issue while I do not expect any positive outcome from Donald ...

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  • TIt has been seventy years three months and twenty days since we are making tall claims about Kashmir but in actual so far we are failed as neither could we get the UNSC Resolutions on Kashmir implemented nor we could create a strong lobby which could have forced the United Nations to at least get ...

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  • TModi is the only a world leader who rose from the title of being a wanted criminal to darling PM of the West.I had my first encounter when I went to India on my official visit and I faced RSS & RAW influenced journalist who demanded that I should have travelled with an apology on the killing of ...

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  • TI had penned with evidence in my book “Modi’s War Doctrine” that PM Narendra Modi will become even more aggressive and lethal for Kashmiris if he comes into power for the second time. My assessment and apprehensions were based on India’s past conduct and Modi’s War ...

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  • TI recently attended a Commemoration Seminar as chief guest in the memory of Bosnian massacre of Muslims that took place during 1995. It was a pleasant surprise to see Mr. Amir Ghouri in the event who was also invited to speak on the matter as a senior journalist. The other speakers also spoke one ...

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  • TI had a number of interactions with Janab Nizami Sahab and found him to be a man with wisdom and very kindhearted. My first meeting took place with him when I was passing through the difficult days when I was made OSD under suspension because of investigation into very high profiles cases against ...

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  • TDaesh is expanding in the world unhindered and it is franchising world-wide and I have written this book mainly to inform the world about its emergence as even more dangerous and lethal than the Taliban & Al Qaeda. I felt that it is my obligation to uncover the growing effect of terrorism and ...

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  • TJuly marks the month of the Srebrenica massacre, which occurred in 1995, in which more than 7,000 Bosnian Muslims were killed by Bosnian Serb forces in Srebrenica, a town in eastern Bosnia. This was the killing of innocent Muslims who just wanted the right to live in their own home towns which ...

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  • TPakistan has been suffering continuously since FATF decided to put Pakistan on Grey List. The Grey list acted like a poison to our economy as the Grey List is a direct anti Pakistan message to the international banking, financial institutions and other governments discouraging them not to deal with ...

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  • TCharter of Democracy (CoD) exists in its form but has neither been practiced nor has the any other party including PTI yet adopted it. The CoD was created and signed for the sake of maintaining sustainability in democracy, improvement of the rule and for the independence of judiciary. It was ...

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  • TIt is a known fact how damaging three lethal diseases, namely, AIDs, Hepatitis and drug addiction are for the lives of people and for the new generations. All of these act as a slow poison in the human body eating up the immune system and finally engulfs the life of the victim/patient. The most ...

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  • TWe as a nation stand confused; what is the main problem with our country that the local bodies system failed? Two martial laws, despite having best economic experts failed to give relief to a common man. The Presidential system failed and the experiment of Parliamentary system has seen few terms, ...

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  • TThe world is becoming even more perilous and lethal with every passing day. Every day we see incidents of violence happening all over the world. Our region is coming under more under threat after the recent attack in Sri Lanka by Daeshism and newly emerging terrorist phenomena of RSS-ism growing ...

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  • TWe are living in a world where the threat perception with different dimensions is increasing day by day and the international community has so far failed to come up with collective response to these growing serious threats. Today, world is less peaceful than the past and becoming more dangerous ...

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  • TI had predicted three months back that Rupee will hit to 150 to a dollar before the budget and now according to the Economic indicators I can say that it is going to hit further increase up to 160 to 165 post budget. It is yet to see whether the government would try to hold Rupee to at least to the ...

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  • TMy sixth sense was compelling me to state that India must have had some central role in the recent multiple attacks in Sri Lanka. Perhaps Indian Prime Minister Modi will soon find himself heading another title- that of ‘Butcher of innocent Sri Lankans’. It was shocking to note that PM ...

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  • TThe international definition of technocrat’s government is defined as: “It is a form of government wherein decision-makers are chosen for a governing office based on their technical expertise and background. Basically it is by product of Presidential system but is often used as stop gap ...

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  • TFollowing our independence, Pakistan and Russia first established bilateral and diplomatic ties on 1st May 1948. Pakistan also celebrated the 70th Anniversary of Diplomatic Relations with Russia on 1st May 2018. Things changed in 1959, however, when Ayub Khan gave permission to USA to use its ...

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