Pakistan

Pakistan: Woman To Be ‘hanged By Her Neck Till She Is Dead’ For Muhammad Images On Whatsapp

26-year-old Aneeqa Ateeq’s crime was depicting images of Muhammad for her WhatsApp status. In Pakistan, any potential insult, perceived insult, or even the vengeful conjuring up of an accusation about insulting Muhammad is harshly punished, in...

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This Country Has The Lowest Cost Of Living

A recent analysis reveals that Pakistan has the lowest cost of living in the world.

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Pakistan: 14-year-old Christian Girl Abducted, Forcibly Converted To Islam, Married To 45-year-old...

In Pakistan, 1,000 Hindu and Christian women are forcibly converted to Islam every year, but the Pakistani government ignores this, as does everyone else, particularly those who readily push the “Islamophobia” button. Seizing infidel...
Related topics: Religion

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Three Killed, 28 Injured In Terrorist Attack In Crowded Market In Lahore, Pakistan - Video

Lahore, located at a distance of 28 km from the Indian border, is considered one of the safest cities in Pakistan. Unfortunately, the second-most populous city of the Islamic nation has been witnessing worrying trends since last year, with...
Related topics: Terrorism, World Videos

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Jew-hatred And Islamism At The Heart Of Texas Terror

Until the Jan. 15 hostage-taking at a Texas synagogue, few Americans had heard the name of convicted terrorist Aafia Siddiqui, a 49-year-old Pakistan-born scientist serving an 89-year sentence in a federal penitentiary near Fort Worth. The daughter...
Related topics: Terrorism

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'even Xi Hasn't Left China': Pakistan Fm Expresses Inability To Help Students Return To China

Before the pandemic, in 2018, China hosted 492,000 foreign students (ranking third in the world) from 196 nations, who were enrolled in degree and non-degree courses across its 1,004 universities, as per official figures. While S. Korea sent the...
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Is The Tapi Pipeline Finally Ready To Go?

Is The TAPI Pipeline Finally Ready To Go? Submitted by James Durso, Managing Director of Corsair LLC, a supply chain consultancy. The Turkmenistan–Afghanistan–Pakistan–India (TAPI) natural gas pipeline has been long aborning, but...
Related topics: Turkmenistan, Afghanistan, India

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Can India Buy Russian Weapons Without Angering America?

Sebastien Roblin Indian Air Force, Asia U.S. officials have refused to back down from threats to level CAATSA sanctions on India for the deal. Here’s What You Need to Remember: Twenty-six squadrons does not compare well with Pakistan’s twenty...
Related topics: India

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Taliban Victory Unleashes Hardline Forces In Pakistan

Imran Khan welcomed Islamists’ conquest but is struggling to contain emboldened extremists at home
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Pakistan’s Talibanization (part Two)

The “growth of radical Islamist influence” in Pakistan “has created an overall climate conducive to the escalation of spectacular terrorism,” wrote Yossef Bodansky in his 1999 book, Bin Laden: The Man Who Declared War on America. The then...
Related topics: Terrorism

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Pakistan Security Policy Lists Indian Hindutva-driven Politics As Threat

On Friday, Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan unveiled a non-classified version of the country's first-ever National Security Policy 2022-2026. The policy document clarifies a multi-pronged approach, placing economic security at its core to ensure...

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Pakistan's Enormous Dependence On The F-16 Fighting Falcon

Sebastien Roblin F-16, Asia In 2013, Pakistan purchased nine more F-16As and four F-16Bs directly from Jordan. Here’s What You Need to Remember: In any case, the recent aerial skirmish highlights the important capabilities F-16s continue to...

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Greek Mep Lambasts Pakistan For Persecution, Slams Eu For Inaction Against ‘islamist Extremism’

Kudos to the Greek MEP, Emmanouil Fragkos, one of the few Western leaders to take notice of the plight of persecuted Christians and other religious minorities in many Muslim countries. The EU (and the UK) also continue to fling their doors wide open...
Related topics: Religion, United Kingdom

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Heavy Snowfall Kills Tourists At A Hill Station In Pakistan

“That they were not rescued in time reflects poor governance”Originally published on Global VoicesSnow in Murree, Punjab, Pakistan. Image from Flickr by Jannino. CC BY-NC 2.0. At least 23 people, including women and children, have died...
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Russia Announces A Slate Of Military Exercises For 2022

Mark Episkopos Russian Military, The drills will be carried out with India, Pakistan, and Egypt. The militaries of Russia, India, Egypt, and Pakistan will hold a series of joint drills in southern Russia this fall, according to the press service...
Related topics: Russia, Military, India, Egypt

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Pakistan Sentences 4 To Death Over Attack Near Militant Home

A Pakistani court has sentenced four men to death for their involvement in a car bombing last year that killed four people near the residence of an anti-India militant leader
Related topics: India

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Taliban Ramps Up Defences Along Durand Line As Its Army Chief Warns Pakistan Against Fencing Border

While the Durand Line is recognised as the international border between Pakistan and Afghanistan, Kabul has never recognised the de-facto boundary, which was established by British colonialists in 1893. Fugitive Afghan leader Ashraf Ghani, in 2017,...
Related topics: Taliban, Afghanistan, Kabul

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Pakistan Continues To Capitalize Off Of A.q. Khan's Nuclear Contributions

Kyle Mizokami Pakistan Nuclear Weapons, Asia Experts believe Pakistan’s nuclear stockpile is steadily growing. Here's What to Remember: Pakistan currently has a nuclear “triad” of nuclear delivery systems based on land, in the air and at...
Related topics: Islamabad

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Pakistan: Christian Already Serving Life Sentence For Alleged ‘blasphemy’ Is Given Death...

According to Missions Box, “Somebody used his mobile to send a text against the Prophet. This became a blasphemy case against him. Insulting Mohammed means anyone can kill him. His guard attempted to kill him and somebody gave him poison.”...

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Uk: In Birmingham Mosque, Imam From Pakistan Praises Muslim Who Murdered ‘blasphemer’

This clown was apparently admitted with no problem, and he wasn’t the first. Meanwhile, shattered, staggering, dhimmi Britain has a long history of banning foes of jihad violence and Sharia oppression from the country. The Home Office some...
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