Black Day: Pak Laws CHANGED for Saudis

Author: Ahsan Shah  http://www.dawn.com/news/1234663/supreme-court-lifts-hunting-ban-on-rare-houbara-bustard  Anger among conservationists was heightened by the fact that the prince — Fahd bin Sultan bin Abdul Aziz, the governor of Tabuk province — along with his escort had killed 2,100 houbara over 21 days during last year’s...


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Mina Manslaughter:Saudis NOT Responsible?

(Written By Ahsan Shah) For some reasons, Haj, the most sacred event for all Muslims has become a "Fatal gathering" and the holiest city of Meca is turned into a "Slaughter House" for the Pilgrims under the Al e Saud Government.   Just...


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Corruption

by H Abbas Sial Today everyone in the society admits that corruption is the major reason behind our economic problems. In reality it is playing a greater role than what is believed or perceived at the moment. Before going any further,...


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US-Saudi Criminal Slaughter in Yemen Revealed

  Former UN envoy to Yemen, Jamal Benomar, has given an undiplomatic assessment of the crisis in that country, in which he rhetorically explodes Saudi myths “justifying” the US-backed aerial bombing campaign. The Moroccan diplomat told media at the weekend that...


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Yemen: the sacred genocide

by Ejtebaa Since it is not right for any group to take arms and make a legitimate government, a hostage, then, it must be avoided through genocide.  Plus if the genocide is being done by the so-called custodians of holy sites...


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Quaid's Speeches Supporting Al e Saud Kings

SHAME on Pakistani Parliament for UNANIMOUSLY opposing sending Troops to join Saudi forces to attack the defenseless Yemen Gaza.  Not a SINGLE party including PTI, PPP, JI, JUI (F), MQM, ANP supported Mr Shareef to attack Yemeni people.   I am amazed WHY they all failed...


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Yemen conflict’s risk for Saudis: ‘Their Vietnam’

By Hugh Naylor (http://www.washingtonpost.com/people/hugh-naylor) BEIRUT — Two weeks into a Saudi-led military campaign in Yemen, airstrikes appear to have accelerated the country’s fragmentation into warring tribes and militias while doing little to accomplish the goal of returning the ousted Yemeni president to power,...


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Black Day: Pak Laws CHANGED for Saudis

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Mina Manslaughter:Saudis NOT Responsible?

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Corruption

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US-Saudi Criminal Slaughter in Yemen Revealed

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Yemen: the sacred genocide

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Quaid's Speeches Supporting Al e Saud Kings

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Yemen conflict’s risk for Saudis: ‘Their Vietnam’

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Nothing can stop Iran-Pakistan gas pipeline

Nothing can stop Iran-Pakistan gas pipeline

Written By Rehan on Thursday, 07 February 2013 02:53

Pakistan Ambassador to Tehran says nothing can prevent the progress of the multi-billion-dollar Iran-Pakistan (IP) gas pipeline project.Khalid Aziz Babar said on Wednesday that based on an agreement signed between...

Pakistan ranked 33 in Transparency International’s most corrupt nations

Pakistan ranked 33 in Transparency International’s most corrupt nations

Written By Rehan on Wednesday, 05 December 2012 19:00

Islamabad: The Transparency International on Wednesday issued annual report over corruption in 2012, raising the Pakistan rank from 42 to 33.The 2012 index ranks 176 countries by their perceived levels...

Pakistan set to form new counter-terrorism body

Pakistan set to form new counter-terrorism body

Written By Rehan on Friday, 07 December 2012 06:30

Pakistan government has approved a draft law to establish a new counter-terrorism body in order to counter growing insecurity across the militant-riddled country. Information Minister Qamar Zaman Kaira said the new...