Israr-ul-Haque

  • TThere are people in Pakistan, most prominent amongst them being its own president and PM, who insist that War on Terror might have been an American war to begin with, but it has since developed into Pakistan's war as it is Pakistan and not USA which has now turned into a bloody battlefield. Seen in ...

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  • TPresident Obama in his very first press conference send a strong message to Pakistan: "Washington seeks a closer relation with Islamabad but there could be no compromise on the issue of terrorism and that there is no doubt that in the FATA region...there are safe havens from where terrorists are ...

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  • TThe high level security meeting in the President House on February 13, presided over jointly by President Zardari and PM Gilani; reviewed the security situation in the country and ended up with the decision to continue the military operations in Swat and the tribal areas. This deafening silence in ...

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  • TThe US administration cannot always hopes to bask in the sunshine of the present government's policy of outright capitulation before the US. Unrest is already building up among the people against the unchallenged US missile strikes on Pakistan. The one reason why Musharraf had to go was his policy ...

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  • TComing to the most crucial question whether the United States is entitled to claim any right to self-defence against Pakistan or to the contrary its missile attacks constitute an outright violation of our territorial integrity and political sovereignty. The answer to this question almost entirely ...

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  • TPresident Zardari in his interview with the Wall Street Journal during his visit to the US declared, "I am an American friend." But so was President Musharraf. In his bid therefore to beat Musharraf at the game of sycophancy he felt no qualms in adding insult to the injury inflicted by ...

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  • TThe growing American threat posed to Pakistan's territorial integrity and sovereignty by more than 20 US missile attacks on the tribal areas killing and wounding hundreds of tribesmen besides destroying their houses, from across the Pak-Afghan border seems to have receded into the limbo of ...

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  • TThe two major coalition partners of the new government deep down seem to be falling apart sooner than expected on the most crucial issue of fighting terrorism. It became all too clear when, as reported by an national daily, the PP leaders while talking to Us officials Negroponte and Boucher ...

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