Tag: 9/11

  • US Government’s “Protection” of Al-Qaeda Terrorists and the US-Saudi “Black Hole” – by Prof Peter Dale Scott

    US Government’s “Protection” of Al-Qaeda Terrorists and the US-Saudi “Black Hole” – by Prof Peter Dale Scott

      For almost two centuries American government, though always imperfect, was also a model for the world of limited government, having evolved a system of restraints on executive power through its constitutional arrangement of checks and balances. Since 9/11 however, constitutional American government has been overshadowed by a series of emergency measures to fight terrorism. […]

  • Names and pictures of Wahhabi and Deobandi terrorists responsible for global terrorism since 9/11

    Names and pictures of Wahhabi and Deobandi terrorists responsible for global terrorism since 9/11

    Related posts: Deobandi and Wahhabi radicalism is a larger issue than terrorism – by Ayesha Siddiqa Pakistan’s Most Wanted Terrorists: Leaders, inciters and executioners تکفیری دہشت گردی یا سنی شیعہ فرقہ واریت؟ میڈیا جھوٹ کیوں بول رہا ہے؟ Who are Takfiri Deobandis? – by Ali Abbas Taj Pakistan’s Most Wanted Terrorists: Leaders, inciters and executioners […]

  • Documents suggest Al-Awlaki booked flights for 9/11 hijackers

    The FBI suspected within days of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks that the American Muslim cleric Anwar al-Awlaki may have purchased tickets for some of the hijackers for air travel in advance of the attacks, according to newly released documents reviewed exclusively by Fox News. The purpose of these flights remains unclear, but the […]

  • Shia and Ahmadiyya Muslims of Indianapolis host blood drive, with message of peace and solidarity

    On Saturday, 15 September 2012, dozens of Shia and Ahmadiyya Muslims gathered at the Zainabia Community Center (a Shiite Mosque) on Indianapolis’ Northwestside as a part of Muslims for Life blood drive organized by both communities. The purpose of the “Muslims for Life” blood drive is to honor the victims of 9/11 and spread the […]

  • Sophistry of our policy elites

    Unicode version   افغانستان اور پالیسی ساز اشرافیہ کے تصوّرات تحریر؛  علی ارقم پاکستان میں سول اور عسکری ہیئت مقتدرہ کے غالب کردار اور سرد جنگ کے دور کے زیر اثر چلے آرہنے والے قومی سلامتی کے تصوّرات اور ریاست کے داخلی و خارجی اظہاریوں پر اس کی واضح چھاپ نے معقولیت، دلیل و مباحثے […]

  • Bin Laden Killed in a joint operation??

    Editor’s note: Finally United States has killed Osama. The details are not clear yet but it seems Osama Bin Laden was killed in a missile attack on a compound in the city of Abbottabad, a place of huge military installments. There was a news of helicopter crash last night, the whole area was cordoned off […]

  • Bush faults Pakistan on extremism

    “In his book “Decision Points” published Tuesday, Bush said he had “complex” relations with Pakistan and its former military leader Pervez Musharraf, who pledged to support the United States after the September 11, 2001 attacks.”

  • The real story- by Peja Mistri

    ISI routinely hires Pakistan’s right wing journalists to feed the stories in order to improve the image of military mafia. Such stories are usually very abstract and are written by the ISPR  ”master minds” in such  a way which ( in their “wisdom”) will leave a better impression of the current Don (COAS) and his […]

  • Baba Farid of Pakpattan: Another Shrine attacked by Taliban-SSP-LeJ beasts

    Another blast at the shrine of Sufi Saint Baba Farrid Shakar Ganj has once again reminded us of the threat to our own cultural traditions from the Salafist Saudi Arabian ideology penetrated through huge political influence over us via sponsored Mullahs, Terroris outfits and his favorite  dictator Zia-Ul_Haq. One of the most influential and mutually […]

  • Obama’s Wars: implications for Pakistan — by Dr Mohammad Taqi

    We do not know if Bob Woodward had meant to time it this way, but his latest book, Obama’s Wars, has hit the shelves exactly 14 years after Kabul fell to the Taliban, with Pakistani ‘security advisers’ present as the marauding hordes tortured, killed and mutilated the dead body of the former Afghan president, Dr […]

  • US will never be at war with Islam: Obama

    United States president Barack Obama has told a deeply polarised America that Islam is not the enemy as ceremonies took place to mark an unusually tense, ninth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. Moving remembrance ceremonies were held to honour the nearly 3,000 people killed when Islamist hijackers slammed airliners into New York’s World Trade Centre, […]

  • Floods and humanitarian medicine — by Dr Mohammad Taqi

    “Bani Adam aaza’ e yak o deegarand, Keh der aafreenesh ze yak gauharand. Choon uzvi ba dard aaward rozgar, Digar uzvha ra na manand qarar. Tu keh az mehnat-e-deegran beghami, Nashayad keh naamet nahad aadmi.” (Human beings are members of a whole, In creation, of one essence and soul. If one member is afflicted with […]

  • Triple Blasts in Youm-e-Ali (a.s.) Procession: Karbala attacked in Lahore – by Ch. Ahmad Khan

    As the death toll from today’s gruesome attacks on a Shiite procession commemorating the martyrdom of Hazrat Ali, probably the most venerated muslim saint after the Holy Prophet rises, few if any are addressing the core issues that have lead to these killings. Since the advent of Zia ul Haq, Pakistan has been wracked with […]

  • Now Mullah and Mullen are attuned – by Ali Arqam and Dr. Khan

    In Afghan War,  when the capitalist  world, the salafist  Arabs, the communist  Chinese and  the  opportunist Pakistani  Generals along with their puppet warriors and clergies were in a war with the USSR and the Communist Afghan regime on Afghan territory, the whole world fell in romance with Afghans. Books were written on the courage and […]

  • Beyond state of denial: How blind hatred of United States is undermining our own interests

    Raza Habib Raja has contributed this piece to LUBP which was previously published at Chowk. Here is Mr Raja’s brief introduction in his own words: I am an economist by education and a banker by profession. I have enormous interest in political issues. Politically I am a moderate though slightly on the left side and […]

  • Irrational patriotism, liberalism and nuclear arsenal – by Raza Habib Raja

    My article “Traitors and Reactionaries” which was just a satire has created this impression that I am some kind of a Taliban supporter or a media Taliban. A long emotional article of Chaudhary Ahmed Khan alleged that I am indulging in selective lynching of PPP. He also alleged that urban middle class people like me […]

  • The Greater Game of Rightist Establishment

    What we are today witnessing is a completely de-politicized youth of Pakistan trying to define Pakistan’s politics in a haste and in black and white. There are many grey areas in politics too. Our youth today needs to understand the importance of those grey areas in our History and our Politics. From 1977-1988 Pakistan’s youth […]

  • Saleem Safi versus Ataul Haq Qasimi: A critical debate on 9/11

  • Honouring a Pakistani Student: Ali Nawazish Sets A-Levels World Record

    Ali gets 23 A-levels in 1 year By JOHN TROUP BRAINBOX Ali Moeen Nawazish has stunned school chiefs by scooping TWENTY-THREE A-levels in 12 months. The 18-year-old passed 22 exams, plus two AS-levels — equal to one more A-level — to win a place at Cambridge University. Ali, who has a “thirst for knowledge”, studied […]

  • Interview with a terrorist: General (Retired) Hamid Gul. What does he think about 9/11, Taliban, Osama Bin Laden, and democracy?

    “The attacks on New York and Washington were an Israeli-engineered attempt at a coup against the government of the United States”General Hamid Gul General Hameed Gul was director general of the Pakistani Intelligence Services ISI (Inter-Services Intelligence) and a close ally of America, working hand in hand with the American CIA. Gul

  • September 11, A Tragedy of Our Times – By Bahadar Ali Khan

    Can we dig Zia out and let him see what he had done to Pakistan, a beautiful country? It has been seven years since the sad day that dawned upon the skies of the New York City. It was one of the worst single incidents of terrorism that shook the entire world in general and […]

  • The FSc versus A-Level Debate in Pakistan

    A-level students admission in medical colleges Only 53 students get admission in medical colleges Lahore, Oct 08: The number of A-level students who may get admission in medical college this year is expected to be too small as compared to FSc students as a result the unsuccessful students have no option like in the past […]

  • On 9/11 anniversary, Pakistan has a new breed of Taliban

    Thursday, September 11, 2008 By Amir Mir LAHORE: Seven years after the 9/11 terror attacks in the United States that shook the entire world, Pakistan, despite being a key American ally in the war on terror, continues to be plagued by the menace of Talibanisation with home grown militants persisting with their calls for Jihad. […]