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Tarek FatahIn this discussion, which started from the article of Tarek Fatah on why flying the Pakistani flag in Canada (on a Govt building during a function) was illegal to the history and reasoning of why and how Pakistan was formed. How the “Anglo-American Enterprise”, as Tarek calls it, was
An interesting diplomatic experiment via kids is underway. Through Marshall Direct Fund’s Global Kid Connect program, Aspen Country Day School in Colorado and Lahore Grammar School in Pakistan are exchanging penpal mails. Apart from the subjects related to music and celebs, these kids are actually touching upon diplomatic and
I have seen a lot of stupid anchors on Pakistani TV and totally illogical discussions. But this one takes the cake! Worse thing is I consider him to be one of the intelligent guys in Pak media! The discussion, the reasons, and the “insights” just stump you. I mean, at
I think we all are accustomed to the “Game of Denial” that Pakistanis play. Except for the hard-core believers of “Fairness” fetish; no one really believes anything that Pakistan says anymore. I mean really. For most Government – as was obvious in Osama Bin Laden’s operation – whatever Pakistanis say has
Not only did the Pakistanis enter Indian territory and behead two soldiers in violation of the Geneva convention and the Cease fire agreement (Read this [http://www.patheos.com/blogs/drishtikone/pakistani-soldiers-sickos-enter-indian-territory-behead-two-indian-soldiers-and-carry-ones-head-with-them-as-trophy/] . this [http://www.patheos.com/blogs/drishtikone/indian-jawans-beheading-by-pakistani-army-ill-informed-indian-tv-anchors-ill-prepared-debaters-and-aggressive-but-lying-pakistani-media-s
Brahma Chellaney shares some important points on what issues face India in its Pakistan policy. He is of the view that India has presented itself as a weak nation and has abandoned the vigor to go after the main issues, including terrorism. It is a shame that in a hurry
Two Indian soldiers have been beheaded [http://www.patheos.com/blogs/drishtikone/pakistani-soldiers-sickos-enter-indian-territory-behead-two-indian-soldiers-and-carry-ones-head-with-them-as-trophy/] . As we discussed this is an extremely barbaric act and an inhuman behavior. Even animals can do better than that. I have put two videos at the bottom of the post which you should view. One is
Here is the tweet from Tarek Fatah, the Pakistani analyst who lives in Toronto, Canada and is a strong critic of Islamic terror as perpetrated by the Pakistani establishment and their Jehadis. His suggestions seems to be right on the money, although such a direct take should have arisen from
Honestly, one doesn’t understand the motivation of Pakistanis – their forces and the passionate Jehadis – to act as worse than animals. To behead someone and carry their heads around as trophies is demeaning. It is more a comment on the guy who does that, than someone whose head was carried.
Saurabh Kalia, along with 5 sepoys went on a routine patrol on the Bajrang Post in the Kaksar. For 22 days (May 15, 1999 – June 7, 1999), these brave men were tortured beyond any human imagination and then killed. After that, they were handed over to Indiaon June 9, 1999.
This, as we discussed earlier, is a very common topic on the Pakistani channels. And, it is interesting to see the views of the Pakistani media people ABOUT the media and its showing. I was kind of intrigued – not entirely shocked though (I expect a lot of things from Pakistani
The media in Pakistan is rather strange in the way it discusses issues. Specially the issues concerning terrorism and one that is directed against India. As this lady says, many in Pakistani media are on the payroll of the ISI. No wonder that those who aren’t and take a
Couple of things for perspective on this news item: * Pakistanis [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Demographics_of_Pakistan] cannot tire themselves calling China [http://maps.google.com/maps?ll=39.9166666667,116.383333333&spn=10.0,10.0&q=39.9166666667,116.383333333 (China)&t=h] as their all-weather friend.
In a way it is sad that someone has to deny his nationality because of its taint. But in a lot of ways, many of the Pakistanis are responsible for what has happened in their country and the community here in the US. After all, the jingoism, the fanaticism and