Shahid Saeed Archive

Mainstreaming ASWJ – Shahid Saeed:  
Islamabad sit-in: Dr Tahir ul Qadri is modern Qabza group – by Shahid Saeed: Source:
کیا طاہر القادری اورعمران خان کے دھرنوں کے پیچھے آئی ایس آئی کا ہاتھ ہے؟- ازعبدل نیشاپوری: حالیہ دنوں میں عمران خان، ڈاکٹر طاہر القادری اوران کے علاوہ پاک فوج کے خلاف نواز لیگ اور اس کے اتحادی کمرشل لبرلز اور دیوبندی تکفیری لابی کی گھناؤنی مہم کو نظر انداز کرنا ممکن نہیں- سوشل میڈیا کے
In defence of Deobandi Sipah-e-Sahaba ASWJ – by Shahid Saeed: Note: Shahid Saeed is a seemingly progressive microblogger who along with Aamir Saeed Deobandi, Samad Khurram, Mohsin Hijazee and a few other Deobandi activists belongs to the tier-2 or emerging apologists and promoters of the banned Deobandi takfiri outfit
Tahir ul Canadvi: Is it fair to criticize Dr Tahir ul Qadri on his dual Canadian nationality? – by Abdul Nishapuri: Those Deobandis and their partner pseudo-liberals who frequently criticize Dr Tahir ul Qadri on his dual Canadian nationality hide the fact that Dr Qadri was forced to flee the country due to credible and serious threats to his life
An example of how a Deobandi blogger obfuscates Shia genocide in Pakistan – by Ada Khakwani: On a relatively unknown pro-establishment blog (Five Rupees), a Deobandi Pashtun blogger (a graduate of a military academy and an under-training establishment mouthpiece) known as an emering commercial iberal along with Samad Khurram and Mohsin Hijazee, has published a dishonest
Thank you, Supreme Court and PML-N, for releasing Malik Ishaq: Note by Suleman Akhtar: Malik Ishaq, prominent figure of Sipah-e-Sahaba Pakistan (SSP) (also known as Lashkar-e-Jhangvi (LeJ) or Ahl-e-Sunnat-Wal-Jamaat) was today set free by the Supreme Court of Pakistan. The head of Sipah-e-Sihaba Pakistan, Maulana Ahmed Ludhianvi, received him
Fake criticism of Pakistan army by a budding writer Shahid Saeed: Related post: A rebuttal to Mosharraf Zaidi and other apologists of the military state of Pakistan – by Sumantra Maitra Fake criticism of military establishment Fake critical letter to ISI chief by Ejaz Haider Three musketeers and the “PPP
How to identify (fake) liberal proxies of Pakistan army in mainstream and social media?: Preamble Commenting on the state of pro-establishment journalism in Pakistan, Ayesha Siddiqa once said: Today, we face a state of military hegemony: political, economic and intellectual control. Today, there is not a single university in Pakistan or a young
Ijaz-ul-Haq Bhutto and the Real PPP: Reflections of a Jiyala – by Maula Bux Thadani: Last week, Pakistan’s Fake Civil Society (FCS) who are actually the real PPP supporters, were using Ijaz-ul-Haq (son of Pakistan’s Islamofascist military dictator General Zia-ul-Haq) to diss Babar Awan. Many of them were  inflamed that Babar Awan was representing the Government
“The blaming the victim brigade” and Shahbaz Bhatti’s murder: Related posts: Three musketeers and the “PPP abandoned Salmaan Taseer” narrative An open letter to President Zardari — by Shahid Saeed “Civil” Society must stop blaming the PPP: A rebuttal to Naveen Naqvi and the ‘Twitter Opportunists Club’ Here
PSF activists support Mumtaz Qadri? Poor reporting by the Daily Times: A plea to Shaheed Taseer’s family – by Shahid Khakwani: It was shocking to read about Peoples Student Federation (PSF), the student wing of Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) presenting flowers to Mumtaz Qadri, the assassin of Shaheed Salmaan Taseer in Daily Times owned by Shaheed Governor (now being run
Dr Firdous Ashiq Awan: Pakistan’s new minister of information – by Tanveer Qaiser Shahid: While the Fake Civil Society (FCS) and right wingers of Pakistan are busy in ridiculing Dr Firdous Ashiq Awan attacking her accent, gender and non-urban background, here is an excellent article by Tanvir Qaiser Shahid which offers a balanced
Taseer’s murder: A plan well executed: Related article: Salman Taseer: Another victim of the deep state, its ideological and political faces – by Shaista Aazar How fake is “civil society’s” liberal agenda? – by Shakeel Arain It is becoming increasingly apparent that shaheed Salman Taseer’s
Pictures of Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto – compiled by Shahid Saeed: Cross-posted from his blog It would be an understatement to say that Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto has admirers as passionate as the people who hate them. He divides opinion like no other politician in our country and the marks he
A response to Ejaz Haider: Blatant lies and partial facts on Balochistan – by Shaista Aazar: Related article: On Ejaz Haider and his kudos to our saviours Ejaz Haider, as a political analyst wrote about him, “Ejaz Haider is just defending what he has always believed in. He is a former cadet and would have
On Syed Talat Hussain, Angelina Jolie and Pakistan’s pseudo-liberals: Related articles: In rejection of pseudo-liberals of Pakistan – by Sarah Khan First of all, let me express my full support to Saad Mansoor’s article in which he highlighted and rightly condemned the misogynist undercurrents in Talat Hussain’s op-ed
Mrs. Janjua where art thou? – by pejamistri: A few days back when I wrote “Do you remember Sajjad Ali Shah”, in the heart of my hearts I prayed that I was wrong. It is true that during the struggle against the 21st century mad dictator (General