ISI Archive

Ignore this ISI dork!: Ikhtiar Hussain I think the people at LUBP have gone overboard condemning Sheikh Rasheed for calling upon the Chief Justice Iftikhar Chaudhy to “Kill the Bastard,” i.e., President Zarrdari..  As if Chaudhry Iftikhar, the bootlicker of the generals, has
Happy Independence Day Collection – by Ali Taj: A SOMEWHAT IRONIC COMMENT ON FACEBOOK: Pakistan will remain a moth eaten country in perpetual conflict if its Constitution ,Muslim terrorists supported by Khaki’s and Education System is not revamped to keep up with the times. The country needs
God is a weapon—they worship death – A poem by Habib Sulemani: God is a weapon—they worship death – A poem by Habib Sulemani Satan and other evil characters’ve come out of the Holly Scriptures to rule my land as ruthless tyrants! They crush flowers under their boots, deface beauty, hate
ISI mole arrested in Kabul is a friend of Abdul Khaliq Hazara and HDP – by Mehdi Changezi: Editor’s note: This letter from Quetta proves as correct LUBP’s stance on Hazara Democratic Party (HDP) and Abdul Khaliq Hazara. We are glad that a Shia-Hazara friend from Quetta has noticed our efforts and sent us this letter which
Dangerous duffers: ISI’s interface with terror – by Khaled Ahmed: On July 12, 2012, ex-ISI chief General (retd) Asad Durrani appeared on PTV and expressed his views in his characteristic reductive manner. Durrani cultivates gruffness as his trademark. In this, he is like a predecessor of his, General Mahmood Ahmad: the
Good looking Jamaat-e-Islami – by Nayyer Khan: Cross-posted from Laaltain The Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) has significant influence in Pakistan’s domestic politics due to its strong representation in the media, its ability to show street power and its connection with both the security establishment and militant outfits. However,
Did Ali Dayan Hasan (of HRW) recant statement against ISI?: The newly appointed Director General of the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) may have attained an understated and unsung victory for his intelligence agency considering the recent and highly surprising statement by Human Rights Watch’s Pakistan head Ali Dayan Hasan that
State-sponsored Shia genocide or Sunni violence against Shia community? A response to Sadanand Dhume: Related post: ISI-sponsored #ShiaGenocide in Pakistan or Sunni-Shia sectarian violence?  ‘Sectarian Violence’ or Gradual Genocide of Shia Muslims? – by Dr. Nakvisson Raza Rumi’s discourse on Pakistan’s Shia Muslims Is Shia genocide an adequate term to describe the plight of
Bill seeking ISI’s accountability submitted to Senate: ISLAMABAD, July 8: The presidential camp plans a serious effort to tame the country’s premier intelligence agency — Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) — through parliamentary legislation and make it fully ‘answerable’ to parliament and the government. A 19-page draft of
HDP, Daily Jang and Daily Ummat serving ISI to create sectarian unrest in Quetta – by Zawar Hussain: Related posts: Plot thickens: ISI strikes back by killing non-compliant Deobandis – by Sheherzade Adil Jang wants to spark Sunni-Shia violence in Quetta to cover up Shia genocide by ISI-backed Jihadis Daily Jang is helping ISI to manufacture Sunni-Shia
Abu Jundal’s confession has once again put the spotlight on the nexus between ISI and LeT: Abu Jundal’s arrest spells bad news for Pakistan as the focus shifts back to ISI’s role in the Mumbai attacks, says Brijesh Pandey ANOTHER JIGSAW has fallen into place in the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks puzzle. In a major
Plot thickens: ISI strikes back by killing non-compliant Deobandis – by Sheherzade Adil: Editor’s note: On the most recent tragedy in Quetta, Sheherzade Adil’s article goes beyond the superficial analysis that is being peddled by Pakistan’s media.  In analysing the violence, Pakistan’s media carefully deflects attention away from the main cause of
In response of LUBP’s ‘Raza Rumi and Marvi Sirmed join notorious Jinnah Institute’ – by Farhad Jarral:                     This post is not favoring anyone but contains some facts which were misquoted by the LUBP in earlier post ‘Raza Rumi and Marvi Sirmed join notorious Jinnah Institute’. Marvi
When drug mafia entered the Parliament: Nawaz Sharif’s narcotics connections—by Shiraz Paracha: In the 1990 elections Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif knowing or unknowingly awarded party tickets to people who were associated with drug mafia. As result some drug traffickers entered Pakistan’s national and provincial assemblies. Mr. Sharif not only introduced horse-trading
Stop it, General Kayani – by Lala Jie: Related posts: Good riddance, General Pasha! Mehran Gate reveals ISI’s dirty role in Pakistani politics – by Saleem Safi and Hasan Nisar بس کریں جنرل صاحب بس ۱۵ مارچ ۲۰۱۲ء کو ہمارے سپہ سالارِ اعظم(بقول ہمارے منصفِ اعظم) نے
Good riddance, General Pasha!: Related posts: Stop it, General Kayani – by Lala Jie General Kayani’s extension as army chief: A bad decision – by Abdul Nishapuri Lieutenant-General Ahmad Shuja Pasha (born 18 March 1952), the current Director-General of the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI),
Stratfor emails about Saleem Shahzad: Some lessons for Pakistani journalists: Here are some quick comments on the Stratfor emails (via WikiLeaks) that point towards late Saleem Shahzad’s possible affiliation with two intelligence agencies, ISI (previous affiliation) and CIA (affiliation at the time of his murder). Despite our unconditional and
The will of a Sindhi journalist – by Laibaah: We are cross-posting a painful story (published by BBC Urdu) of Shahid Khaskheli, a Sindhi journalist who filed a report for KTN about Bashir Arisar, a Sindhi nationalist who was abducted and brutally tortured by Pakistan army’s intelligence agencies
We condemn Pakistan army’s harassing and threatening statement against HRW: Pakistan army’s media wing (ISPR) has issued a press release (16 Feb 2012) titled “Human Rights Watch (HRW) Report on Judicial Commission on Saleem Shehzad Murder Case Not Correct”  hitting back at Human Rights Watch (HRW) for its news release claiming
ISI is Pakistan’s most powerful Land Mafia!: Ministry asked to compensate owners of land encroached by ISI Malik Asad Barrister Shah said now the ISI had only two options, either to compensate the owners or de-acquire their land which would enable the actual owner to get
Saleem Shahzad Commission results marred by free ride to ISI: Government has to Take on Military and Intelligence Services and end Impunity (New York) – The Pakistani government should redouble efforts to find the killers of the journalist Saleem Shahzad, following the failure of the judicial inquiry commission to
Who is Supreme – Parliament or The Supreme Court? – by Farhad Jarral: It’s been a trend in Pakistani media to make headlines and breaking news on television that the Government is unstable and rumors of the imminent military coup are always floating around. The headlines and breaking news syndrome gained further
6 Shia professionals target killed in Karachi and Quetta by Deobandi ASWJ militants: Related post: Pakistan’s military state enables further Shia killings in the name of Difa-e-Pakistan Six Shia Muslims were killed in Karachi and Quetta on Wednesday 25 January 2012 in the latest incidents of target killing of Shia Muslims in
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 –
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
Imran Khan – an ambassador of agencies? – by Nadia Khaan: Playing in the hands of intelligence agencies; this puppet role was played by most of the Pakistani political figureheads and finally had regretted their actions. Nawaz Sharif was instrumental through IJI and now we all know that it was
What in the Lord’s name:   update: There has been alterations and additions made to accommodate few other articles on the same issue The Supreme Court has stated that under the Article 184-3, they have jurisdiction to hear the petition on alleged memo, because fundamental rights
Musharraf’s friends good, elected representatives bad – by Rauf Klasra: میمو کیس: مشرف کے ساتھی سچے، عوامی نمائندے جھوٹے (تبصرہ : رؤف کلاسرا )حسین حقانی کی وکیل عاصمہ جہانگیر کا میمو سکینڈل کیس پر سپریم کورٹ کی طرف سے آنے والے متوقع فیصلے پر یہ کہنا کہ یہ پاکستانی
The circus is in town – by Ali Aftab Saeed: It’s a free-for-all! The circus is in town. Tahir-ul-Qadri is back with invaluable suggestions for forming and running a new government. The other usual suspects, to a man, are there too. Suddenly everybody has forgotten that Sipah-e-Sahaba is a
Imran Khan’s PTI joins banned terrorist groups in pro-army rally in Lahore: Related posts: Imran Khan’s Vice President Ejaz Chaudhry’s links with sectarian terrorists! Imran Khan’s message to the Defence of Pakistan rally in Lahore – by Hakim Hazik Imran Khan says he won’t allow any militant group to operate from
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
The case of a curious memo – by Ali Aftab Saeed (Beygairat Brigade): First published at Pak Tea House Related posts: LUBP archive on memogate LUBP archive on Beygairat Brigade Let’s start with a simple thought, why does one write a letter to someone? Clench that answer in your mind and now
Pakistan army too should learn to forgive bloody civilians: Editor’s note: We provide below extracts from two Urdu articles (from BBC Urdu and Top Story Online) in order to remind the Deep State that while Pakistani nation forgave or was forced to forgive military dictators (Generals Ayub, Zia,
Husain Haqqani’s resignation letter – by Hakim Hazik: Source To, President Asif Ali Zardari President of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan And, Field Martial Avatar P Kayani The Supreme Leader, In-charge S Wing Father of the Nation Through the Good Offices of, Mr Mansoor Ijaz, Interlocutor to
Mansoor Ijaz saga: An example of media mismanagement by PPP: Related post: A critical analysis of Husain Haqqani vs Mansoor Ijaz saga Mullen throws Husain Haqqani under the bus The Mansoor Ijaz saga has been clearly mismanaged by certain leaders and office-bearers of the Pakistan People Party. Perhaps the
Imran Khan is playing in the hands of the military establishment – by Ali Aftab (Beygairat Brigade): Lead singer of Beygairat Brigade, Ali Aftab, asks some tough questions about Imran Khan and the sinister role of Pakistani establishment behind his PTI. And here I am thinking, can PTI clean sweep the next elections? Do they even have candidates
On BBC’s Secret Pakistan and Ejaz Haider: Their denials and propagandists – by Abbas Daiyar: Related post: Secret Pakistan: BBC documentary on how Pakistan’s ISI trains and arms Taliban Human Rights of Pakistan Army – by Riaz Malik Urgent Petition: Stop Pakistan Army’s Crimes against Humanity The world may help Pakistan through United Nations
Afghanistan: Pakistan accused of backing Taliban: Pakistan has been accused of playing a double game, acting as America’s ally in public while secretly training and arming its enemy in Afghanistan according to US intelligence. In a prison cell on the outskirts of Kabul, the Afghan
What Arab Spring? This is Saudi Winter! – by Abdul Basit: Related post: Saudi winter in the Middle East and Hamas militants’ attack on Shia Muslims in Gaza The public lynching and gruesome murder of Libyan dictator Maumar Qaddafi is not a matter to be celebrated; rather it represents another victory for
Attacks on journalists and media freedom – by Imtiaz Alam: Media Commission Pakistan held its second conference on 15th October in Islamabad on “attacks on journalists and media freedom”. About 150 editors and leading journalists attended the conference. Following are excerpts from the declaration issued by the conference. The