Tag: Mahmoud Ahmadinejad

  • An open letter to Iranian President Ahmadinejad from Pakistan – by Abdullah AlFaisal

    Dear Mr. President, The Islamic Republic of Pakistan is making a transition from Military-Feudal to Military-Mullah-Feudal state, where the military and feudals are traditional while mullahs are the new stakeholders. The inclusion of mullahs, exclusively from Deobandi-Salafi religion, into the state power structure has brought the miseries of Pakistani religious minorities to a new unprecedented […]

  • Iran-Pakistan pipeline: A significant step forward – by AZ

    This Monday, Iranian and Pakistani presidents inaugurated the construction of a much-delayed section of a $7.5bn gas pipeline linking the two neighbours. The two leaders unveiled a plaque before shaking hands and offering prayers for the successful conclusion of the project, which involves the laying of a 780km section of the pipeline on the Pakistani […]

  • Iran’s President Ahmadinejad Censures #ShiaGenocide in Pakistan

    Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has censured the killings of Shia Muslims in Pakistan. Ahmadinejad made the remarks in a statement published on the Iranian president’s official website on Sunday. Ahmadinejad said those behind the killings “have no goals except to create differences among Islamic sects.” The Iranian president also expressed his condolences for the killings, […]

  • Iran isn’t an enemy of the Jewish people – by Shiraz Paracha

                World bullies threat Iran often on the basis of biased, politicized and incorrect reports of the International Atomic Energy Commission (IAEA). Such reports are prepared on false assumptions and estimates usually in collaboration with Western intelligence services, which are famous for producing doggy dossiers. The United States and its […]

  • British double standards–by Shiraz Paracha

    Last week, hundreds of the BBC World Service employees gathered outside the Bush House in London to demonstrate against the detention of one of their colleagues, Urunboy Usmonov, in Tajikistan for his alleged links with an extremist militant group, Hizb-ut-Tahrir (HT). The protest was held at a time when the British Government is indirectly harassing […]

  • How to kill the Shia snake: Letter from brother Abdullah – by Hakim Hazik

    Related article: Shia-phobia of Saudi Arabia and the institutional genocide of Shia Muslims in Pakistan, Iraq and Afghanistan Source: Justice Denied When the head is rotten it affects the whole body. We must kill the snake. We must crush the head. The Ummah is surrounded on all sides by enemies of the faith who are […]

  • WikiLeaks: Whither Muslim brotherood? – by Omar R Quraishi

    Related articles: King Abdullah, the great-grandson of Abu Jahl – by Omar Khattab A Lesson in media manipulation – by Eqbal Alavi Saudi Arabia without King Abdullah – by Hassan Hanizadeh The role of Saudi Arabia in the religious extremism – by Arshad Mahmood It was never really a secret that Saudi Arabia did not […]

  • The BBC World Service: A mouthpiece of the British establishment – By Shiraz Paracha

    On 24 September 2010, the BBC World Service television broadcast an interview with the US President Barack Hussein Obama in which the U.S. leader trashed the Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad for his comments at the UN General Assembly the previous day. Not a U.S. news organization but the BBC provided Obama its platform to attack […]

  • Iran’s Islamic revolution is dead?

    Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad speaks on the 31st anniversary of the Isalmic Revolution. Hundreds of thousands of government supporters have massed in central Tehran to mark the anniversary of the revolution that created Iran’s Islamic republic.