UK Archive

London attack linked to hate preacher Anjem Choudary’s extremist network:   Very interesting things are coming in British Press after #LondonTerroristAttack on growing radicalization among British youth. British Press is publishing follow ups on daily basis and major focus of British Press is on banned group Al-Muhajiroun and its
This is what Theresa May refused to tell you in her schoolyard sermon on terror:   Was that really the best Theresa May could do? It was the same old tosh about “values” and “democracy” and “evil ideology”, without the slightest reference to the nation to whom she fawns – Saudi Arabia, whose Wahhabist “ideology” has seeped into the bloodstream of
اداریہ تعمیر پاکستان لندن دہشت گردی : سعودی فنڈڈ وہابی دیوبندی سلفی نیٹ ورک کا خاتمہ کئے بغیر دہشت گردی سے نجات ممکن نہیں ہے: سنٹرل لندن میں دہشت گردی کی کاروائی کے رنگ لیڈر کی شناخت محمد خرم شہزاد بٹ کے نام سے ہوئی جو پاکستان میں پیدا ہوا اور اپنے خاندان کے ساتھ بچپن میں برطانیہ چلا آیا۔25 سال اس کی عمر
Robert Fisk: David Cameron extremism speech: The PM’s Churchillian posturing over Syria is misguided: The way David Cameron tells it, this is the Battle of Syria. He’s going to “hammer” Isis, if he gets his way. Reminds you of Winston. Just imagine what our fighter boys were thinking when their 650 Spitfires and
Owen Bennett-Jones report against MQM – Bahadar Ali Khan:   OBJ is a respected name in English journalism. His report factually may be correct but to feed the curiosity first something needs to be filtered out. Firstly, the timing of OBJ report surprisingly synchronizes with the recent MQM’s
کھودا پہاڑ نکلا چوہا، ایم کیو ایم کے خلاف بی بی سی کی رپورٹ – خرم زکی: کھودا پہاڑ نکلا چوہا، صبح سے جس بی بی سی رپورٹ کا چرچا تھا اور ایم کیو ایم دشمنی میں کچھ حضرات صبح سے اس کا ڈھنڈورا پیٹ رہے تھے کہ کوئی غیر معمولی انکشاف ہونے والا ہے تو
Have Bangladeshis overtaken Pakistanis in Britain? – Murtaza Haider: At home and in diaspora, Bangladeshis are leaving Pakistanis behind in human development and prosperity. Recent research from Britain revealed that children born to Bangladeshi parents achieve higher grades than those born to Pakistani parents. Furthermore, the average household
دنیا کا سب سے بڑا بھائی ، منی لانڈرنگ اور کوہ نور – از عمار کاظمی:
Isis in Iraq: Britain has no plan for tackling the militants, and no idea who’s in charge – Patrick Cockburn: The traumatic experience of Britain’s participation in the 2003 Iraq war led the Government to have as little to do with the country as possible. By the spring of 2014, as the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant
Pakistan should protect minorities says UK Attorney General: Britain’s Attorney General Dominic Grieve MP has said that it’s the responsibility of the government of Pakistan to protect its religious minorities from persecution by the extremist groups through vigorous action against those who perpetrate crimes in the name
دنیا بھر میں جاری دہشت گردی میں سعودی عرب ملوث ہے – از حق گو: سعودی عرب میں عطیات اور چندہ دینے والوں نے جہاد کے نام پر پچھلے تیس سال میں دیوبندی اور سلفی تکفیری دہشت گردوں کو بنانے اور طاقتور ہونے میں نہایت گھناونا کردار ادا کیا ہے – نو گیارہ  کے
Centenary Milestone for one of Britain’s Oldest Muslim Communities: The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community – whose ethos is Love for All Hatred for None – marks a historic milestone tomorrow 25thJuly 2013, its centenary in Britain. At more than 100 of its centres set up throughout Britain, thousands will gather at
برطانیہ الطاف حسین کا حامی کیوں؟: برطانوی اخبار گارڈین کی ایک رپورٹ میں دعویٰ کیاگیا ہے کہ برطانیہ کے ایم کیو ایم کے سربراہ کو ملک میں مستقل رہائش اختیار کرنے اور لندن میں ان کی سرگرمیوں کو نظر انداز کی وجہ ایم کیو ایم
Cross-party group of MPs in the UK condemn bomb attack as over 30 are killed in Quetta, Pakistan:   Editors Note: LUBP appreciates the call for action on the issue of Shia Genocide in Pakistan with special attention to the Shia Hazara community by cross-party British MPs’ Iain Stewart and John Denham. The Chair and Secretary of the Hazara
Syrian angst over foreign rebel fighters:     The presence of foreign fighters is causing real anxiety not only in Syria, but across the region and Europe, as Lyse Doucet reports for Newsnight   In the magnificent Ummayad mosque of Damascus, flags of two nations
The West’s Fatal Attraction: Saudi Arabia and Wahhabism – by Sadiq Ameen: Last week an American woman (Nicole Lynn Mansfield) has been killed in Syria while fighting alongside rebel forces against the Assad regime alongside two other Westerners—the U.K. press has identified one as a British man born in 1990. The
Britain should prosecute terrorist suspects, not play shady games of geopolitics – by Dr Nafeez Mosaddeq Ahmed:   The initial reaction to the brutal killing of Lee Rigby, a 25-year-old off-duty British soldier, in Woolwich last week was to renew the debate over apparent “lone wolf” acts of terrorism. There are those who believe the attack
Conference demands an end to militant groups: News Desk, London Tuesday, 26 February, 2013 03:36:35 PM Electoral alliances with militant outfits responsible for Shia genocide will create more mayhem, warned the speakers at the conference to condemn recent wave of Shia killings in Pakistan. The Conference
تین سپر پاورز کو شکست….کیا واقعی؟: افغانستان نے تین سپر پاورز کو شکست دی ہے…. ہمارے پاس اپنے نوجوانوں کو گمراہ کرنے کے کے لئے ایک سے ایک بڑا مسخرہ موجود ہے۔ کوئی لال ٹوپی پہن کر ٹی وی پر آ جاتا ہے اور اِس
Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani concludes successful visit to UK: وزیراعظم یوسف رضا گیلانی کا دورہ برطانیہ کئی حوالوں سے انتہائی اہمیت کا حامل ہے۔ داخلی سطح پر یہ دورہ اس وقت ہورہا ہے جب پاکستان کی تاریخ میں پہلی مرتبہ ایک جمہوری حکومت اپنی پانچ سالہ آئینی معیاد
Erosion of press freedom in Britain – by Shiraz Paracha: A British regularity body that is partly funded by the British government has ruled that a popular English language international news TV network with millions of viewers be taken off the broadcasting platform. In other words Press TV is banned
Reverting to the Quaid’s Pakistan – By Wajid Shamsul Hasan: There is every reason for over a million strong Pakistani Diaspora in UK and Pakistanis wherever to celebrate their country’s 64th Independence Day with great fervour and enthusiasm. It will be their fourth Independence Birth anniversary under a democratic
UK report notes Pakistan’s progress towards democracy: Report says democratically elected govt of Zardari passed halfway mark of its term in office, notable landmark in country where no elected govt has seen out its tenure The Report launched on 31 March 2011 at the Foreign and
Wikileaks cables: US worry over UK homegrown extremism: According to the BBC, US concerns that the UK was struggling to cope with homegrown extremism have been revealed in new Wikileaks cables. One cable said the British government made “little progress” in engaging with the UK’s Muslim community
EU agrees to grant Pakistan trade breaks: Great Britain and Germany were pushing the 27-nation summit to offer Pakistan trade advantages to help the country battle flood devastation. European Union countries agreed on Thursday to grant trade concessions to Pakistan to help it overcome the impact
As they say, “Sabr ka phal meetha hota hay” – by Ahmed Iqbalabadi: One and half months back, David Cameron said something which as a patriotic Pakistani, I would not have liked to hear. While replying to a question during his visit to India, he warned Pakistan that it should not be
Why the President Should visit UK as Planned – by Ahmed Iqbalabadi: British Prime Minister, Mr. David Cameron, while replying to a question in Bangalore last week warned Pakistan that it should not be allowed “to promote the export of terror” in the world. He said it was intolerable that Pakistan
President’s Uk visit to boost cooperation and alleviate misconceptions: According to a press release issued by the Pakistan High Commission in London, during his visit, president Asif Ali Zardari will meet British PM Cameron at his country residence in Chequers, on the outskirts of London, on August 06.
British Secular Muslims welcome ban on hate preacher Zakir Naik: Related article: Zakir Naik: Muslim preacher of hate – by David Leppard The majority of Pakistani, Indian and other Muslims living in the UK have welcomed the UK government’s ban on hate preacher Dr Zakir Naik’s entry to the
Imran Khan’s campaign for Zac Goldsmith: Who is Imran fooling? Ayesha Ijaz Khan: Imran Khan continues to mislead. I cannot help but wonder if he can even relate to the troubles many Pakistanis and Muslims would encounter in being forcibly removed from Britain if the Conservative Party was to have its way
Need a boost, PML-N? They’ll never admit it – by Shafiq Awan: The telltale between British Foreign Secretary David Miliband and PML-N chief Nawaz Sharif over the latter’s U-turn on constitutional reforms made Nawaz blush. Reportedly, Nawaz Sharif demanded assurance from the foreign guarantor that his political survival would not be
Pakistan’s right wing joins UK’s right wing: Imran Khan campaigns for a Tory candidate in London: Cricket legend Imran Khan and prospective MP Zac Goldsmith grilled at Kingston Mosque. Photo Source: Kingston Guardian Imran campaigns for Jemima’s brother By Murtaza Ali Shah LONDON: Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf chief Imran Khan has thrown himself full-time into the election
Mothers’ Day: Mother Beloved and Bradistan – by Dil Nawaz: This is a special post on Mothers’ Day. The obituary of Mrs Aziza B Qureshi, the mother of Fun Da Mental frontman Aki Nawaz. A celebration of Mothers’ Day and Mother Beloved’ s services to PPP, Bhutto family and
She embraced Islam, came to Pakistan, only to be killed by Taliban: Belinda Khan, 44, originally from Cardiff UK, was one of eight people killed when car bomb exploded in volatile Swat Valley Here is the story of a British woman (Amina Khan, previously Belinda Gardinal) who embraced Islam two years
Pakistan ‘holds al-Qaeda members’ suspected to be involved in the 2005 London bombings….: Pakistan ‘holds al-Qaeda members’ Seven suspected militants have been arrested during a raid near Pakistan’s north-western city of Peshawar, officials say. Pakistani security officials told the BBC they suspect some of the men are members of al-Qaeda. The men
British academics condemn Israel….: Growing outrage at the killings in Gaza The Guardian, Friday 16 January 2009 The massacres in Gaza are the latest phase of a war that Israel has been waging against the people of Palestine for more than 60 years.
Prince Harry and ‘royal racism’: “Anyone else here … ah, our little Paki friend, Ahmed,” "“You look like a raghead.”: Prince Harry apologises over ‘Paki’ remark LONDON: Britain’s Prince Harry apologised on Saturday after a newspaper website published video footage showing him calling an Asian army colleague a ‘Paki’, saying he had used the term without ‘malice’. The top-selling
Rashid Rauf, a fugitive British militant, was killed in a US air strike in North Waziristan, a haven for militants and the Taleban: UK militant ‘killed in Pakistan’ (BBC News, 22 Nov 2008) http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/south_asia/7743334.stm Rashid Rauf escaped from police custody in Pakistan in 2007 A fugitive British militant linked to an alleged UK plot to use liquid bombs to blow up