Military Operation Archive

(Muhammad Faisal Younus) مجھے دشمن کے بچوں کو پڑھانا ہے – محمّد فیصل یونس: مجھے دشمن کے بچوں کو پڑھانا ہے صرف بے گناہ اور معصوموں کا خون بہانا ہے مجھے دشمنوں سے یاری کو بڑھانا ہے اور اپنے ہی ملک کو نوچ نوچ کر کھانا ہے یہ دہشت گرد تو ہیں میرے
Pakistan reiterates NWA offensive will hit Haqqani network – by Zahir Shah Sherazi & Mateen Haider:     ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Tuesday reiterated that the ongoing Zarb-i-Azb military offensive, launched to eliminate insurgent hideouts in the North Waziristan tribal area, would target all militants, including the feared Haqqani network. Briefing a delegation of foreign media
Condolences to Nawaz Sharif and other TTP-ASWJ apologists on Zarb-e-Azb – by Riaz Malik Al Hajjaji: Condolences to the “anti-establishment” Comrade Nawaz Sharif on the launch of operation against the Taliban in North Waziristan. Condolences to pro-TTP-ASWJ journalists including Hamid Mir, Saleem Safi, Irfan Siddiqi and Ansar Abbasi of Geo TV/Jang Group. Condolences to Hazrat
تحفظ پاکستان بل- قوت اخوت افواج پاکستان، شامت اقوام سندھ و بلوچستان: پاکستان مسلم لیگ نواز کی حکومت نے قومی اسمبلی میں 2اپریل 2014ء کو تحفظ پاکستان بل جو پیش کیا وہ اپنی اکثریت کے بل بوتے پر منظور کرالیا اور قومی اسمبلی میں قائد حزب اختلاف سید خورشید شاہ کے
Only 40% chances of success of a military operation in North Waziristan? – by Faheem Ijaz: “Chane of success of an army operation in North Waziristan is 40%” A statement that is currently being widely discussed in mainstream news and social media but it being misunderstood and misinterpreted raising severe concerns in general public. Fingers
Editorial: Pakistan army action against the Taliban: A grand national ‘noora kushti’: Those who have any idea about LUBP’s stance on Pakistan’s various socio-political issues will have little doubt about how we feel about Army’s taking action against the Taliban, the bloodthirsty Deobandi terrorist outfit (varoiusly known as TTP and ASWJ-LeJ)
Cricket hysteria provides cover up to Military bombings in Mashkay Balochistan: Pakistan Army has moved with a massive action against unarmed Baloch civilians in Mashkay, Balochistan while media  so called Free Media has intentionally blackened out the news about military operation, using Jets, Gunship helicopters in Mashkay, the hometown of
Asad Rahman, aka Chakar Khan, died of ill-treatment by Punjab Police: The Baloch Hal report QUETTA: Asad Rahman,62, a renowned intellectual, social activist and ardent supporter of Baloch movement, passed away on Tuesday, media report. Son of a former chief justice of Pakistan Supreme Court, Mr. Rahman had advocated for Baloch
Baloch Martyrs of 15th July – by Baloch Khan Dihani: Source: Daily Tawar
Gaddafi’s bloodied body will haunt imperialists! – by Shiraz Paracha:   A dear friend of Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto and a supporter of the people of Pakistan, Muammar Gaddafi of Libya was killed in the most violent way by NATO and its Al-Qaeda mercenaries. The U.S. President Barack Hussein Obama and
Nazir Naji on Zulfiqar Mirza: سیاسی دھماکہ ہمارے ہاں سیاست کم اور سیاسی دھماکے زیادہ ہوتے ہیں۔ الیکشن کے فوراً بعد ججوں کی بحالی کا معاہدہ ہوا۔ وہ ٹوٹا تو سیاسی دھماکہ ہو گیا۔ مسلم لیگ (ن) نے پہلے وفاقی کابینہ میں شامل ہو
A Lasting Solution for Balochistan – By Malik Siraj Akbar: While the Chief of Army Staff General Parvez Ashfaq Kayani’s announcement to replace PA soldiers with the paramilitary Frontier Corps (FC) in Balochistan’s gas-rich town of Sui indicates a significant policy change on part of the military, it would
Exaggerated and misunderstood: Z.A. Bhutto’s role in military operation in Balochistan: While ZAB’s role in the military operation in Balochistan has been criticized by many amongst his friends and foes, the following extract from ZAB’s book (cited in Hamid Mir’s article in daily Jang) suggests that more than ZAB, it
Rehman Malik: The Civilian Face of Pakistan’s Military Establishment – by Imtiaz Baloch: Pakistan’s Interior Minister Rehman Malik, the civilian face of the country’s powerful military establishment is a continuation of the former dictator General Pervez Musharraf’s policies in Balochistan. He is the one who sanctioned and devised the policies of empowering
Killing and dumping – Baloch dilemma: Source: Raasth “Though I have lost my son but I can raise my head high because my son was killed for his association with the land that gave him birth.” Said the mother of slain Baloch journalist Alyas Nazar
JUI breakup: Evading North Waziristan Operation – by Faruq Adil: Related article: Maulana Fazlur-Rehman and the military establishment’s new game – by Nazir Naji
What Maulana Fazlur Rehman has on the cards – by Ali Arqam: In a dramatic set of events on the very fateful day of 14th December, Jamiat-e-Ulema-e-Islam Fazl (JUI-F) broke away from the federal coalition over the government’s decision to sack the Federal Science and Technology Minister Azam Swati without taking
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
There cannot be justice without freedom – by Dr. Zafar Baloch: Dr. Zaffar Baloch, the president of Baloch Human Rights Council of Canada  delivered his speech in a conference called “Mining (in)justice: at home and abroad” organized by Community Solidarity Response Toronto (CSRT), it was held in Toronto-Canada from May
Concerns over Post-military operations developments in KP – by Idrees Kamal: Amn Tehrik (Peace Movement) , an organization of  Political workers, civil society, writers, intellectuals, Lawyers, Students, Labours, Women, Poets and sensible segment of the society and comrises political workers of almost all the secular political parties working in the
The great Baloch martyr – By Sanaullah Baloch: The world watched incredulously as Pervez Musharraf declared war on Balochistan, and particularly, on Nawab Bugti. Tanks rolled into Dera Bugti and other parts in January 2005, prior to the so-called attack on Musharraf in December 2005 in Kohlu
Importance of a robust peoples’ movement in Punjab against the Punjabi Ruling Elite – by Asim Jaan: I wrote this in response to the recent heinous killings of Punjabis travelling on a bus near Sibbi in particular and the general racial hatred being carried out in Pakistan. I strongly condemn the killing, not only this incident but all
Senator Habib Jalib Baloch gunned down- by aliarqam: QUETTA: Central Secretary General of the Balochistan National Party (BNP) and former senator Habib Jalib Baloch has been killed in the provincial capital on Wednesday. Moscow-educated Jalib was a prominent Baloch intellectual and a former chairman of the Baloch
The slanted truth – by Dr. Mohammad Taqi: Those who Believers in the thesis that Afghanistan provides Pakistan with strategic depth are so scared of this shared bond that they had vetoed Afghania — represented by the letter ‘A’ in the word Pakistan — as the new
Tirah massacre: insensitive state response — by Farhat Taj: The Pakistan army simply does not have the tradition to punish its rank and file, unless the aggrieved party is also from within the army Recently, Pakistan Air Force fighter planes bombed Sra Vella area in the Tirah Valley
Balochistan’s unattended IDP crisis — by Malik Siraj Akbar: There are obvious reasons for the country’s security establishment to create obstacles for aid workers. The grave violations of human rights during the military operation in Balochistan are likely to be exposed to the international community once they are
General Kayani, Start military operation against militants in Waziristan and Southern Punjab. The nation is with you.: Aye watan kay sajeelay jawano…
Rahimullah Yusufzai: Swat operation and the fallout beyond: Though the armed forces are carrying out operations against Taliban primarily in Swat, Buner and Lower Dir, the fallout of the action in neighbouring districts and beyond should remain a matter of concern. Dislocated from their bases and scattered
Farhat Taj: The army finally gets it right: It was retaliation par excellence. A convoy of the Pakistan army was ambushed by Taliban terrorists in the Kanjo area in Swat. The convoy had intended to go to Mangora to reinforce the army units there. Several soldiers died
Balochistan Burns!: Furore in Balochistan over killing of nationalist leaders QUETTA, April 9: A police constable was killed and at least 12 other people were injured in firing on Thursday as Balochistan slid into violence after the bodies of three Baloch
We should support military operation against Talibans OR we should be ready to accept their shariah which allows women’s public flogging: Abbas Ather:
Zardari committed to continue the military operation in Swat for elimination of militancy and restoring writ of the state…: Govt decides to continue Swat operation Updated at: 1930 PST, Friday, February 13, 2009 ISLAMABAD: A high level meeting presided over by President Asif Ali Zardari and Prime Minister Yusuf Raza Gilani has decided to continue the military operation
‘Intense, focused and targeted’: The third phase of the military operations in Swat: ‘Intense, focused and targeted’Saturday, February 07, 2009by Rahimullah Yusufzai Unlike the earlier two phases of the military operations in Swat in 2007 and 2008, the latest one initiated in late January is being praised by the ANP-PPP government in
"We have reservations about the operation". We (Pakistan) pay lip service to peace in Afghanistan but we tolerate militants’ sanctuaries in Fata.: “We have reservations about the operation” — Afrasyab Khattak, Provincial President, ANP; peace envoy to the NWFP government By Tauseef-ur-Rahman The News on Sunday: Who are Taliban and what is their agenda in the Swat valley? Afrasyab Khattak: The
The third phase of military operation in Swat: Will it be any different?: Will it be any different? THE third phase of Operation Rah-i-Haq underway in Swat has been talked up by the government and the Pakistan Army on the grounds of a ‘new strategy’. While we must wait to see the
Some observations on the war in Swat: Thursday, January 29, 2009 Aasim Sajjad Akhtar Over the past few weeks a vigorous debate has raged on these pages about the nature of the war taking place in Swat. It is important to congratulate the editors of these
Swat: Talat Hussain asks some important questions: In his op-ed in daily Express, Talat Hussain asks several valid questions exposing the unholy nexus between the (rogue elements in?) Pakistan Army and the Taliban. Talat asks: 1. Why did not Pakistan Army eliminate/defeat terrorists/militants in its military
Mohmand operation and the need to close down extremist seminaries in the NWFP: Mohmand operation Thursday, January 22, 2009 (The News) At least 60 militants are said to have died within the last 24 hours in Mohmand Agency, as troops continue operations intended to regain control over the tribal territory. In stepped
Bajaur’s IDPs – stories of the silent victims of the Taliban brutalities….: Bajaur’s IDPs – our wretched of the earth Tuesday, January 20, 2009 Farhat Taj I spend a whole day with the internally displaced people, IDPs, from Bajaur in a camp near Peshawar. I went from tent to tent to
Pakistan’s Army is successfully achieving its aims in operation against terrorists in Bajaur…: Bajaur: an interim assessment The Frontier Corps (FC) inspector-general in Bajaur, Major-General Tariq Khan, has told visiting journalists that the army has flushed out militants from some of their strongholds and regained control of most of the troubled spots,