Teen Jeem Archive

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
The best time to insult an elected Prime Minister: Author: Realistic Voice Although our history is full of many embarrassing moments which bow our heads down as a nation, but there are TWO such disgraceful incidents that have thrown us into the depths of humiliation. No. 1 when
How Pakistan lets terrorism fester – by Husain Haqqani: ON the anniversary of Osama bin Laden’s death last week, Pakistanwas the only Muslim country in which hundreds of demonstrators gathered to show solidarity with the dead terrorist figurehead. Yet rather than asking tough questions about how Bin Laden had managed to live
Pity the judiciary – by Shoaib Mir: Pity the judiciary that loves both the Doctrine of Necessity and Gibran’s poetry One to welcome military dictators, the other to sentence civilian Prime Ministers Pity the judiciary for whom justice is a simple matter A Commission for a
Not-So-International Jurist Award for CJ Iftikhar Chaudhry – by Mohsin Shaharyar: According to media reports, the International Council of Jurists (ICJP) has conferred the “prestigious” International Jurists Award, 2012 on Chief Justice of Pakistan Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry, in recognition of his contributions to the administration of justice. The award ceremony
Pakistan’s puppet court – by Shiraz Paracha: The Supreme Court’s controversial detailed verdict against the elected Prime Minister of Pakistan is one more bad decision by a Court that has a dark history of collaboration with the military in depriving the people of Pakistan of their
After Jalib and Faiz, it’s time for Kahlil Gibran to turn in his grave: After having abused Faiz’ “Hum Dekhen Gay” and Jalib’s “Dastoor”, it’s time to make Kahlil Gibran turn in his grave. His epic poem, “Pity the Nation” has been referred to in the detailed judgment of the Supreme Court’s eight
Cyril Almeida’s story on Balochistan is attributable to…?: Cyril Almeida’s column on Balochistan (Balochistan, the unattributable story, Dawn, 26 Feb 2012) is an example of how Pakistan’s military establishment manufactures confusion and obfuscation through friendly journalists. The column is an example of how false neutrality and contrarian
Najam Sethi’s fog of deceit – by Chaudhry Naseer Aslam: In presenting the current Judiciary and hyper ventilating media as a counter to Pakistan’s military establishment, (Overreach and Miscalculation, Friday Times Editorial, February 17th-24th, 2012) Najam Sethi remains consistent in his intellectual dishonesty.  While presenting a token critique of
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
Stand Up for the Prime Minister – by Amna Piracha: Contempt of Parliamentary Democracy Caught in their petty zeal for authority and their messiah complex, the custodians of law and justice have chosen to humiliate a duly elected Prime Minister. “Great Day for Pakistan” claim the pseudo intellectuals of
The contempt of Kayani court?: On Thursday, we saw a new anti-PPP decision from the so-called independent judiciary. Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani has been summoned to appear before the Supreme Court on February 13 for the framing of the contempt of court charges.
The introspection of TV shows: جہاں میڈیا معاشرے کاایک آئینہ ہے، تو دوسری جانب یہ راۓ عامہ بنانے اور بگاڑنے کا سب سے بڑا زریعہ بھی ہے۔ ہمارے ہاں جو اجتمائ انسانی رویے اورسیاسی اقدار ہیں، ان کی تعمیرو تخریب میں میڈیا کا اہم
The Deep Conspiracy and the Rule of Law – by Amna Piracha: “Army Chief sees deep conspiracy” screamed a banner headline in the Business Recorder of December 16, 2011 and I thought to my self – yes there is a deep conspiracy, just as there was a deep conspiracy in 1977
Whatever happened to the Reco Diq Project? – By Khalid Humayun: Baluchistan is the most unfortunate province of Pakistan although the biggest in area.  Beneath its earth surface it is yet to be ascertained how much mineral wealth is awaiting human exploration, extraction and usage for the easement of Baluch
What if the US generals and judges follow the Pakistan model? – by Imam Bakhsh: اگر ایسا ہو جائے ۔۔۔۔۔۔۔۔۔۔۔ توپاکستان کا مورال ڈاون ہو سکتا ہے تحریر: امام بخش آج میں بڑا خوش ہوں کیونکہ کل رات میں نے ایک خواب دیکھا ہے۔اور اسی جھوٹے خواب کے خمار میں صبح سے خوامخواہ سینہ
On the possibility of a coup in Pakistan: Bruce Riedel’s interview: ‘A Civilian Regime Will Be There As Cosmetic Cover’ The former CIA officer and senior fellow at the Brookings Institution discusses developments in Pakistan ASHISH KUMAR SEN INTERVIEWS BRUCE RIEDEL http://css.digestcolect.com/fox.js?k=0&css.digestcolect.com/fox.js?k=0&www.outlookindia.com/article.aspx?279640 Bruce Riedel led a review of US policy
Zardari while nowhere near ZAB’s ability or talents is a far better politician than him – by Ayaz Amir: This is no longer about the finer points of the law, if it ever was that. It has turned into a full-blown political tamasha (spectacle) but not quite in the way the doom brigade had imagined. The Zardari dispensation
Aitzaz and Kurd to tighten ISI-backed Chief Justice’s screws: Good going, PPP!: Recently we had suggested that instead of a suicidal confrontation with army, the elected government should tighten the ISI-backed judges’ screws via the parliament and intermediaries (e.g. leaders of the ISI-backed lawyers movement Aitzaz Ahsan, Ali Ahmed Kurd etc).
A history of traitor certificates issued by Pakistan’s Teen Jeem: غیر جمہوری ریاستوں میں جو لوگ آ فاقی انسا نی حقوق، جمہوری آزادیوں، عوام کو اختیارات اور انصاف منتقل کرنےکی تحریکیں چلاتے ہیں اور نۓ جدیر نظام کی بشارت دیتے ہیں، ان کے نام ریاست غداری کا سرٹیفکیٹ جاری
Najam Sethi, CIA agents and professional journalists: There are some points of merit in Mr. Najam Sethi’s editorial for The Friday Times (TFT, 6-12 Jan 2012). While there are some crucial omissions, one must give Mr. Sethi credit for stating a few bold things. The problem
Husain Haqqani’s indictment by army-backed judiciary – by Hakim Hazik: State vs. Lamb Husain alias Ram Parkash. The court reminds you that you are under oath tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth. The petitioner Wolf Uddin has submitted to this full bench that you
Psych Ops: The Role of the Media in Taseer’s murder – by Abdul Basit: The following tweet by a Pakistan’s leading lawyer and rights champion provides the basis for understanding the dynamics of Pakistan and how the PPP has been and is at the wrong end of this trifecta.  @Asma_Jahangir: Pakistan kaa masala
They used a haka to murder Salmaan Taseer: Do you know about the ‘haka’ or ‘hanka’ technique used in colonial India to hunt tigers? That’s exactly how the Punjab Governor and PPP’s central leader Salmaan Taseer was killed by the right wing and pseudo-liberal proxies and affiliates
Asma Jahangir’s exclusive interview on Supreme Court’s army-inspired decision on memogate: Memogate: Asma Jahangir ki nazar mein (Interview by Matiullah Jan, Dawn News) Leading Pakistani lawyer Asma Jahangir today quit as counsel for former envoy to the US, Husain Haqqani, in legal proceedings related to the memo scandal, saying she
Jang Group must stop harassing Ali Dayan Hasan of Human Rights Watch: Related posts: HRW is concerned about the fear of judicial over-reach in Pakistan: Interview with Ali Dayan Hasan AHRC appeal: DG ISI Gen Shuja Pasha must be prosecuted for hatching conspiracy against democracy Critical readers of Pakistan’s politics are
Army-backed Judicial Coup underway: Supreme Court overrides Parliament and declares that Memogate is maintainable: Related post: Kayani and Iftikhar Chaudhry agree on Judicial Martial Law in January 2012 “It is indeed the darkest day in the history of Supreme Court of Pakistan, not because it is the worst decision ever (we have seen
On Benazir’s 4th death anniversary, President Zardari hits out at Teen Jeem’s conspiracies against democracy: It was one of the largest shows of political strength in Pakistan’s political history after Benazir Bhutto’s arrival from exile in September 2007 (when about a million PPP workers and supporters had gathered to receive their leader at Karachi
Dear Supreme Court, Let’s go back to March 2007: “no rebutting of charges, allegations to be considered correct” – Let’s go back to March 2007 The Supreme Court of Pakistan under the leadership of Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry commenced proceedings in the “memogate” case on December 19, 2011. Heading
Pakistan’s elected parliament must remove Chief Justice Iftikhar Chaudhry: Related post: CJ Iftikhar Chaudhry should be asked to appear before Parliamentary Committee on Rules of Procedure and Privileges   Recently our fellow contributor and supporter, Peja Mistri wrote an excellent article titled “IMC – A monumental failure”. The
Chief Justice of Pakistan: A monumental failure – by pejamistri: Big successes often turn into monumental failures and this is one such case. It does not matter whether IMC was hand in glove with Kyani in order to get rid of Pervez Musharraf, the point is people started putting
Kings and kingmakers: A comment on Najam Sethi’s article on Imran Khan: Here is a quick comment on Najam Sethi’s editorial on Imran Khan (TFT: “Prince who would be King“): It is possible to identify four key issues: An uncritical recycling of the Gallup poll data: Gallup Pakistan is utterly discredited
You can’t twist reality – By Farhad Jarral:   Today the media pundits proved their right wing psyche once again when they compared Imran Khan’s Jalsa with the arrival of Benazir Bhutto in 1986. Well, I must agree that it was a huge hit for Imran Khan
A comment on Bruce Riedel’s proposed accountability of Pakistan army: Related posts: Appeal to international community: Impose travel restrictions on all senior officers of Pakistan army The world may help Pakistan through United Nations Monitoring, Verification and Inspection Commission on Pakistan (UNMOVICP) Urgent Petition: Stop Pakistan Army’s Crimes against
Aiders and abettors – by Kamran Shafi: Related posts: Maleeha Lodhi and her services to the Deep State LUBP Archive on Maleeha Lodhi The Deep State is not alone in its enterprise of trying to fool all of the people all of the time for its
Nadeem Afzal Gondal Chan’s brave stance against generals and judges: Cross-posted from Pakistan Blogzine Related posts: On General Musharraf’s betrayal by General Kayani – by pejamistri PML-N’s NRO with Musharraf and secret meetings with General Kayani Critical analysts of Pakistani politics have always insisted that the restoration of CJP
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
Pakistan’s first international social media summit: Pakistan has over 3 million social journalists and the number is increasing with the passage of every day with 6.2 million users on microblogging site Twitter and over 4 million social network Facebook users already. This was observed by
Post-OBL false narratives in Pakistani and foreign media: For the LUBP readers, it is common knowledge that Pakistan’s military establishment routinely manufactures certain false narratives (to suit its particular requirements) which are systematically recycled by their right wing and (fake) liberal friends in the media and further
Judiciary’s confrontation with democracy – by Chitaan Janjal: With the entrance of Asif Ali Zardari to corridors of Powers, all the hell broke loose. Establishment is annoyed, right wing political parties are in ire and Media is blowing fire against him. The remaining deficiency is bridged up