husain haqqani Archive

Pakistan’s social media commentators weigh in on Hussain Haqqani’s oblique opposition to the US-Iran nuclear deal:   LUBP’s complete tag of articles on Husain Haqqani http://lubpak.com/archives/tag/husain-haqqani         LUBP’s complete tag of articles on Husain Haqqani http://lubpak.com/archives/tag/husain-haqqani      LUBP’s complete tag of articles on Husain Haqqani http://lubpak.com/archives/tag/husain-haqqani     As per the Huff post article,
When will Husain Haqqani write an impassioned article against the multi-billion dollar arms sale by the USA to Saudi Arabia – by Riaz Al-Malik Hajjaji:   Just wondering when Hussain Haqqani will write an impassioned article against the multi-billion $ arms sale by the United States to Saudi Arabia – you know, the country that supplied 15 of the 19 terrorists of 9/11 and
When will Hussain Haqqani advocate the US government to stop selling arms to Saudi Arabia as he has in the case of Pakistan – Riaz Al-Malik Hajjaji:   “We’re in a very dangerous situation,” he said. “The only people who are protecting us are the resistance of Hezbollah. The only one standing with the army is Hezbollah. Let’s not hide it anymore.” http://m.christianpost.com/…/they-accept-us-as-we-are-chri…/ So the “sectarian”
Tarek Fatah is taking credit for Nobel Prize for Malala Yousafzai. Seriously?: A certain group of commerical or dollar-oriented NGO-brand “liberals” is currently posing as ones whose campaign resulted in Nobel Peace Prize for Malala Yousafzai. The group is led by a Saudi-returned Canadian citizen of Pakistan origin, Tarek Fatah, known
Request to Husain Haqqani: Let’s break the mainstream obfuscation of Shia genocide by Deobandi terrorists: A few days ago, just before Eid-ul-Azha, at least 25 Shia Muslims were systematically massacred by Deobandi ASWJ (Sipah-e-Sahaba) terrorists in at least four bomb attacks across Pakistan, including Quetta, Kohat, Gilgit Baltistan and Parachinar. However, instead of mentioning
Magnificent delusions and current peace talks with Taliban – by Pejamistri: “Magnificent delusions” is the most appropriate term for describing the psychology of Pakistan military, also known as establishment by many. Husain Haqqani, the former ambassador and “traitor”, wrote the book with the same title, which goes in depth explaining
Fake campaign in vogue to arouse Muslim passions -by Husain Haqqani: Thousands of cellphone subscribers in Pakistan received an anonymous text message recently announcing a miracle: an earthquake on Tuesday, Sept 18, had destroyed the Washington, D.C. movie theater that was exhibiting ÎInnocence of Muslimsâ, the controversial film that has
Husain Haqqani’s rejoinder to Orya Maqbool Jan: Extremist jihadi sympathizer Orya Maqbool Jan is a civil servant from the DMG cadre. Instead of doing his job as a civil servant, he moonlights as a columnist and TV commentator, spouting contra-factual gibberish. Recently he joined daily Dunya
A comment on Hussain Haqqani’s lecture on clashing U.S.-Pakistani narratives: In this lecture organized by the Chautauqua Institution, Husain Haqqani, former Pakistani ambassador to the U.S., seeks to explain the notorious love and hate relationship between Pakistan and U.S. Tracing the history of Pakistan-U.S. relations, Haqqani touches on some
My real crime – by Husain Haqqani: Editor’s note: LUBP expresses concern over Pakistani judiciary’s biased decision (under the influence of Pakistan army) against Husain Haqqani (former Pakistan Ambassador to the U.S.). Not only did the memo commission violate its jurisdiction by issuing the label of
The punishment of dual nationality: سرد جنگ کے خاتمے، گلوبلائزیشن کے پیچیدہ اور تیز عمل، 11 ستمبر کے المناک سانحے کے بعد اب قومی سلامتی کے تصورات یکسر تبدیل ہوگئے ہیں۔ اب سیکورٹی کے تصورات محض سرحدوں کی حفاظت تک محدود نہیں رہے بلکہ
State institutions fostering the extremism: انتہا پسندی اور ریاستی ادارے پاکستان اور امریکہ کے درمیان جو ڈیڈ لاک سلالہ چیک پوسٹ پر حملہ کے ردعمل میں نیٹو سپلائی کے بند کرنے سے پیدا ہوا تھاٴ وہ بظاہر ختم ہوتا نظر آرہا ہےٴ وزیراعظم یوسف
Judges and Anonymous versus PPP: Related : Memogate: the odds are even now —Dr Mohammad Taqi 1. Anonymous source are claiming that PPP-led government intends to cut judiciary down to size by revoking the March 16, 2009 executive order on restoration of judges . It
How Pakistan lets terrorism fester – by Husain Haqqani: ON the anniversary of Osama bin Laden’s death last week, Pakistanwas the only Muslim country in which hundreds of demonstrators gathered to show solidarity with the dead terrorist figurehead. Yet rather than asking tough questions about how Bin Laden had managed to live
On Hussain Haqqani’s interview with Sana Bucha: حسین حقانی کے خدشات امریکہ میں پاکستان کے سابق سفیر حسین حقانی نے ایک نجی ٹی وی کے ٹاک شو میں گفتگو کرتے ہوئے کہا ہے کہ وہ طبعیت کی خرابی اور درپیش خطرات کے پیش نظر فی الحال
Oh, those relentless liars!: In our childhood, whenever we told a lie and were caught, our elders gave us a piece of advice “Aik jhoot sabit karnay kay liye 100 jhoot bolnay partay hayn” or “To prove one lie, you need to tell
The Real Face of Mansoor Ijaz – By Umar Sattar Tanoli: Mansoor Ijaz, who single-handedly rocked Pakistan’s politics by his claims in the memo scandal, was accused by a European Bank of running a one-man business and obtaining loans that he was unable to repay on time, recently surfaced documents
Swiss case, memo scandal and CBDG – by Sikandar Mehdi: Recent revelation of Mansoor Ijaz’s fraud of $1.4 million judgment against him by NY Supreme Court has put Coalition to Bring Down Government (CBDG)  on the back foot. This coalition consists of Judiciary, Establishment and PML-N with news retail
Mansoor Ijaz banaam Hussain Haqqani – by Atta-ul-Haq Qasmi:
Mansoor Ijaz turned Pakistan into “Stupidisco” and we fell for it: He was never to come to Pakistan and tried to play a bluff game on the government and the people. For nearly two and half months, the whole nation has been kept in a state of limbo by the
If Zardari must hang – by Harris Bin Munawar:   Originally Posted at: Pakistan Today Top leaders of Pakistan Army decided in a meeting last week that they would make no compromises on ‘national security’, and according to reports, also promised to provide protection to Mansoor Ijaz –
Memo or Swiss letter: Who wins the special appearance award from SCP? – by Ahsan Abbas Shah:
Memo: PPP vs Judges Generals league: The year 2012 has begun with a rift between Pakistan’s fragile civilian government led by Pakistan Peoples Party and the all powerful military & inteligence establishment over a probe into the government’s role in a scandal centered on a
A history of traitor certificates issued by Pakistan’s Teen Jeem: غیر جمہوری ریاستوں میں جو لوگ آ فاقی انسا نی حقوق، جمہوری آزادیوں، عوام کو اختیارات اور انصاف منتقل کرنےکی تحریکیں چلاتے ہیں اور نۓ جدیر نظام کی بشارت دیتے ہیں، ان کے نام ریاست غداری کا سرٹیفکیٹ جاری
Pakistan’s slow-motion coup – by C. Christine Fair: Islamabad’s generals are out to destroy Pakistani democracy. Obama should try to stop them. Pakistan’s civilian government, led by the Pakistan People’s Party, has long been an irritant to the country’s generals. President Asif Ali Zardari runs a corrupt
Husain Haqqani’s indictment by army-backed judiciary – by Hakim Hazik: State vs. Lamb Husain alias Ram Parkash. The court reminds you that you are under oath tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth. The petitioner Wolf Uddin has submitted to this full bench that you
An unorthodox tribute to Salmaan Taseer: Related post: They used a hanka to murder Salmaan Taseer I consider it a befitting tribute to Salmaan Taseer to say a few bold, controversial things on his first death anniversary, which others may be reluctant to say. 1.
They used a haka to murder Salmaan Taseer: Do you know about the ‘haka’ or ‘hanka’ technique used in colonial India to hunt tigers? That’s exactly how the Punjab Governor and PPP’s central leader Salmaan Taseer was killed by the right wing and pseudo-liberal proxies and affiliates
The Memo is just a handy means to regime change in Pakistan – by Ayaz Amir: Real issue: regime change There should be no room for confusion. Nor should we put blinders on our eyes. The Memo (with a capital M) has not endangered our nukes or lowered army morale. This last is really absurd.
AHRC appeal: DG ISI Gen Shuja Pasha must be prosecuted for hatching conspiracy against democracy: ASIAN HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION – URGENT APPEALS PROGRAMME Related post: Jang Group must refrain from harassing Ali Dayan Hasan of Human Rights Watch Urgent Appeal Case: AHRC-UAC-248-2011 Send an Appeal Letter PAKISTAN: The head of the ISI must be
Truth be told -by Sana Bucha: There’s been a startling moment in Pakistan’s foreign policy – a moment that not only crystallizes what this country is about but demonstrates the pitfalls of irregular combat in the age of terror. The moment was tragic and deliberate
We expected better from you, Nawaz Sharif! – by Kashif Naseer: نواز شریف سے ایسی توقع نہ تھی خاکی وردی والے کب تک مشرف کے بوجھ تلے دبے رہتے لیکن اگر زرداری صاحب آرٹیکل چھ کو بروکار لاتے اورمشرف کو محفوظ راستہ دے کر بھگانے کے بجائے الٹا لٹکا دیتے،
Full text of replies submitted by General Kayani, General Pasha and Federation in Memo case: Reply of Army chief Gen Ashfaq Kayani Supreme Court of Pakistan (Original jurisdiction) In CP 78/2011 Muhammad Tariq Asad, Advocate Supreme Court Versus Federation Pakistan etc Reply on behalf of Respondent (General Ashfaq Parvez Kayai, COAS) in Compliance with
Military coup charges: ISI chief should resign, face inquiry, says Gohar: By Zia Khan ISLAMABAD: Mum’s the word as far as the government and the military’s media wing are concerned regarding Mansoor Ijaz’s latest allegations. The mood in the National Assembly session on Thursday, however, was anything but when a
Nusrat Javeed’s article on Sheikh Rashid Ahmed and Osama bin Laden: Source: Daily Express
Memo or no memo: Let’s just hang them – by Banda-e-Ali: He told the Americans about OBL hideout…. He knew what America was going to do…. He told US what to do, remember Kerry Luger…? He even wrote a Book about Pakistani army and its links with the Mullahs… He
Urban middle class, extremism and biases – by Dr. Zaeem Zia: In my opinion the word extremist has been too narrowly defined. Extremists are not only those who kill but are also those who have a narrow and intolerant mindset.  Thus extremism is another term for the intolerance, and it
Nawaz Sharif and the Memo Case – by Taj Haider: 1. Mian Nawaz Sharif and other petitioners in the Memo case have said that they have not accused anyone, but have merely requested the court for an inquiry. 2. That they have not accused anyone is understandable on two
Getting rid of Zardari is what unites them – by Ayaz Amir: Samurai who refuse to learn Before anything else, the first order of national business should be a ban on the teaching of history. For this is a country with no use for history. We have been going around in
Deconstructing the SC order on the memo – by Asad Jamal: The Supreme Court’s decision on the alleged memorandum has become controversial — and not just because the court’s nominee for the probe into the matter has refused to head the proposed commission. One criticism of the order is that