Ayaz Khan Archive

The Abbasid Baghdad, Pakistan, Taliban and Supreme Court: In the following op-eds, Ayaz Khan and Nazir Naji suggest that Pakistan’s gravest problem today is Talibanic terrorism; a situation similar to the Abbasid Baghdad surrounded by the Mongol army, when scholars and politicians in that unfortunate city were
Picture of a shaheed child in Lahore and his killers: A child martyred in the Taliban / Sipah-e-Sahaba attack on Moon Market in Lahore Killers: Supporters of dialogue with Taliban terrorists Here is an op-ed on this topic by Ayaz Khan:
PTUJ inciting another judicial murder of democracy in Pakistan?: Pakistani Taliban Union of Journalists (PTUJ) are currently pressurizing the Supreme Court of Pakistan to help PTUJ materialize their dream of derailing the democratic process in Pakistan in the guise of the lopsided campaign against the NRO. PTUJ’s main
We won’t let you bury NRO; you can bury democracy instead.: Here is a selection of three op-eds on this topic: Abbas Ather notes that the right-wing (pro-Taliban) anchors and propagandists don’t want to bury NRO; instead they wan’t to bury democracy in Pakistan. Munno Bhai wonders if the abusers
Pakistani media, Nawz Sharif and Mrs Wasim Akram’s funeral: Statement by Nawaz Sharif on NRO, followed by an analysis by Ayaz Khan. NRO to be opposed at all forums, says NawazBy Our Staff Reporter (Dawn)Saturday, 31 Oct, 2009 LAHORE: The PML-N will oppose the National Reconciliation Ordinance (NRO)
Slaughterhouse in mad house – Taliban in Pakistan: Pagal khanay mein zabah khana – by Mohammed Hanif پاگل خانےمیں ذبح خانہ محمد حنیف بی بی سی اردو ڈاٹ کام، کراچی ’تو پھر کیا تمام پنجابی طالبان، وزیرستان ہجرت کر جائیں گے یا ایک چھوٹی سے خلافت ملتان
A useless meeting between Zardari and Nawaz?:
Pakistan Begins Long-Awaited Offensive in South Waziristan: By VOA News17 October 2009 Pakistan’s military has begun a long-awaited ground offensive against the Taliban in South Waziristan. Earlier Saturday, ahead of the planned offensive, Pakistani authorities imposed a curfew in the region, an insurgent stronghold near the
The secret meeting between Shahbaz Sharif and General Kayani: Weren’t they supposed to call on generals? Saturday, October 10, 2009 By Rauf Klasra ISLAMABAD: The “constitutional chain of command” comprising the president, the prime minister and the defence minister was not taken into confidence by either of the
PML(N)’s balloon punctured by Brigadier Imtiaz?: Asadullah Ghliab’s analysis: PML(N)’s baloon punctured?