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Ibn Taymiyyah addressed the people of Damascus who were in desperate state, in view of Halagu Khan’s feared invasion “Before you start making preparations for defense against foreign attack ,search and find your enemies embedded and entrenched in your own ranks.” Wise Words! 04 August, 2020 The issue of Kashmir …

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This is Fajr of Muzdalfa1999. There is only one toilet. A long queue. I am at the very end in L shape. A young Egyptian spots me. Walks upto me. Takes me close to toilet to make me stand in his position. Then walks back to my position. My white …

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Yet Another Man Of Destiny!

The man who has put life back into the ‘laboriously’ breathing body of Pakistan’s politics happens not to be a politician. Perhaps he may never land or end up in our country’s political arena. But it is unlikely that his influence on the direction, Pakistan’s politics takes is going to …

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A phenomenon noticeable throughout history, regardless of place or period is the pursuit by governments, of policies, contrary to their own interests. Mankind makes poorer performance of govt than of any other human activity. WRITES HISTORIAN TUCHMAN AT START OF HER “March of Folly”. 29 July, 2020 In governance, wisdom …

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Killing Human Respect For Human Life

Ameri-ca’s war on terrorism has not produced any victor yet. And it is unlikely that any victor is likely to emerge. Nor any vanquished. The casualties however have been mounting with each new offensive that the US and her allies have launched—apparently in the hope of sending the proclaimed terrorists …

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Who Wrote The Script Of This Farce ?

It is preposterous to mention the names of these despicable demagogues and phoneys in the context of Radical Islam. That the Western media has seized upon the opportunity provided by the Lal Masjid farce, to demonize Islam under the cover of its Radical version, can provide us a clue to …

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Does This Scenario Sound Moral ?

If all these stories, reports and explanations regarding the supposed ‘dialogue for understanding ‘between the envoys of President Pervez Musharraf and the Chairperson of the PPPP are not products of fantasies and fiction; and we have good reasons to arrive at a firm conclusion that a ‘truce’ is actually being …

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The Tide Has To Rise Again

It was being taken for granted in the early nineties of the last century that totalitarianism and authoritarianism had been thrown out of the window of the world politics for good and ever. The leading totalitarian-cum-authoritarian power of the world—the Soviet Union had finally collapsed. The Central Asian states had …

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Good governance is still missing

Time is fast running out for the present government .It has been in office for two years already and after another two years next election is going to stare it in face. Granted that covid-19 has dulled its blade to a great extent and frustrated its many developmental programmes but …

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