A Statistically Tested Way to Stop Terrorism and Boost Pakistan’s Economy By Teresa Studzinski, M.A. and Dr. David Leffler Over the years prominent Pakistani leaders have held identical opinions alleging that Pakistan is invincible. The recent Pakistani Taliban attacks including those on Karachi’s international airport have put that claim to [Continue reading…]
There has been a lot of hot news recently, so the John Kerry’s Pakistan visit on August 1 appeared to attract little attention. Over 2 thousand prisoners escaped in Iraq, Libya and Pakistan in just a few days (22-30 July). Many very dangerous Islamists were freed by their brothers in [Continue reading…]
The Iranian MP, Baqer Hosseini, a member of the Majlis National Security and Foreign Policy Committee, has warned in a recent interview against the presence of Taliban fighters and jihadist on Syrian soil and stated that these Taliban militants boost the radicalism in Syria and eventually also in the entire [Continue reading…]
Thousands of protesters have denounced the terrorist attack on the holy shrine of Hazrat Zaynab (AS). On Friday, several mortar shells hit the holy shrine of Hazrat Zaynab (AS) (Sayyidah Zaynab Mosque / Arabic: مسجد السيدة زينب), which is located in the Syrian village of Sayyidah Zaynab in the southern [Continue reading…]
Pakistan has rejected the news that pro-Taliban terrorists are already fighting alongside the Syrian Al Qaeda offshoot against the secular government of President Bashar al-Assad in Damascus, but according to recent statements of these pro-Taliban fighters, they are already in Syria – even with own tent camps.
While hundreds of pro-Taliban terrorists and jihadists in Pakistan have now joined the foreign-supported terrorists and religious fanatics as well as the Al Qaeda-linked “Al Nusra Front” and other kinds of these “brigades” in Syria, the US administration in Washington still has the plan to supply arms and ammunition into [Continue reading…]
The German Middle East expert Jürgen Todenhöfer admonishes the West for a restraint in Syria. A military intervention would just strengthen the extremists and al-Qaeda. After the Israeli missile attack on the Syrian capital Damascus, the war in Syria could escalate into a real conflagration.