David Cameron Archive

Son of Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr calls on David Cameron to save his cousin from death sentence:   The son of a senior Shia cleric executed by Saudi Arabia has challenged David Cameron to speak out about what he called the murder of his father, Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr, and the death sentence that hangs over his
Controlling Islamism: David Cameron’s tough job – by Peja Mistri: David Cameron has set himself a tough job to eradicate Islam (or Islamism as several people want to call it) from British society. I wish he succeeds in his endeavour, the job is tough but not impossible. Muslims and
Obama: We don’t have a strategy about ISIS / Cameron: A terror attack on the UK is now ‘highly likely’ by returning Jahadis: Editor’s note: We are cross posting two articles which prove that there is no sense of direction or cohesion in the West when it comes to fighting Salafi Wahhabi Deobandi Terror. One can only hope that the all powerful
Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani concludes successful visit to UK: وزیراعظم یوسف رضا گیلانی کا دورہ برطانیہ کئی حوالوں سے انتہائی اہمیت کا حامل ہے۔ داخلی سطح پر یہ دورہ اس وقت ہورہا ہے جب پاکستان کی تاریخ میں پہلی مرتبہ ایک جمہوری حکومت اپنی پانچ سالہ آئینی معیاد
EU deal is a landmark by S Rehman: Source: The News, September 19, 2010 If some people are of the opinion that the success in breaking the protective cocoon of European Union has come by itself or without any consistent struggle, they are mistaken and unaware of
As they say, “Sabr ka phal meetha hota hay” – by Ahmed Iqbalabadi: One and half months back, David Cameron said something which as a patriotic Pakistani, I would not have liked to hear. While replying to a question during his visit to India, he warned Pakistan that it should not be
David Cameron to push EU to ease Pakistan trade terms: British Prime Minister wants to give Pakistan ‘enhanced access’ to EU markets, but is likely to find opposition from more protectionist countries David Cameron is pressing the European Union to agree a new regime of trade concessions to Pakistan to alleviate the
The man who really matters in Pakistan – by Farzana Shaikh: Whatever David Cameron may say, looking both ways is by no means peculiar to Pakistan. For while Pakistan’s President Asif Ali Zardari has looked the other way as his country drowns in the worst floods in living memory, the
Analysis of relief and donations related to Pakistan floods 2010 – by Anas Abbas: Donations and contributions so far: World Bank: popularly known as the Israeli sponsored conspiracy in Pakistan said it had set up an aid fund at Pakistan’s request with initial pledges of $80 million. United States of America: Remember (According
“Point Scoring on National Issues” – by Riaz Ali Toori:   It is unfortunate that the leadership of Pakistan leave no stone unturned in defaming each other for political interests. We see Pakistani politicians cohesive hardly ever and only when on some grand dinner or lunch they come together
David Cameron: The Saddam of the Afghan War – By Ahmed Ali Abbasi:   On his recent visit to India, British Prime Minister David Cameron callously displayed his inexperience as a leader and his inability to represent Britain at the international stage. In the great game where leaders from around the world
Why the President Should visit UK as Planned – by Ahmed Iqbalabadi: British Prime Minister, Mr. David Cameron, while replying to a question in Bangalore last week warned Pakistan that it should not be allowed “to promote the export of terror” in the world. He said it was intolerable that Pakistan