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  • Pakistan and Egypt jump on the censorship bandwagon along with North Korea
    Pakistan and Egypt jump on the censorship bandwagon along with North Korea
    On the heels of North Korea’s fury about “The Interview,” other countries are now attempting to influence American film and television productions. On Dec. 27, 2014, Pakistani diplomats told the New York Post that the fourth...
  • Aamir Liaquat Hussein
    Pakistani televangelist incites violence against Ahmadiyya Muslim Community
    Just five days after a Pakistani televangelist, Aamir Liaquat Hussein hosted his “Subah Pakistan” program on GEO TV, a 27 year old man, Luqman Ahad Shehzad, belonging to the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community was shot dead in Gujranwala on...
  • Lahore–a diversified and unusual city
    Lahore–a unique and engaging city
    Lahore is the capital city of Punjab, a province in Pakistan. It is situated on the banks of the Ravi River, and is approximately 35 miles from Amritsar, India. Lahore is an ideal traveling destination for those who enjoy exploring different...
  • Malala - the youngest Nobel Peace Prize winner
    The Muslim father behind the Pakistani Nobel Prize winner
    This is the opening line of I am Malala, the compelling memoir that chronicles the struggles of Malala Yousafzai, who at 17 has become the youngest person ever to receive the Nobel Prize.“When I was born, people in our village commiserated...
  • Aiding the Taliban is a crime
    Pakistan's problems became our's with threats aimed at America
    The horrendous killing of more than 100 children in Pakistan by one of the many Taliban tribes operating in the Government Administered Tribal area begs for American attention for a number of simple reasons.Taliban leaders have made threats...
  • talibanattack
    Taliban attack school; slaughter children, burn teacher alive
    The Pakistan branch of the Taliban terrorist organization has struck again. This time at a school for the children of Pakistani military personnel stationed in the often lawless Peshawar region of the nation officially known as The Federally...
  • Former Republican presidential candidate and former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney
    Taliban slaughter children, proving Mitt Romney right once again
    NBC News reported Tuesday that a half dozen heavily armed Taliban descended upon a school for children of Pakistani military personnel near the town of Peshawar, Pakistan like wolves upon the fold. After an eight-hour battle involving Pakistani...
  • Pakistan and Afghanistan
    Pakistan and Afghanistan; mending the fences
    Pakistan and Afghanistan have pledged to renew their friendship and cooperation on the occasion of the visit of the new Afghan President to Pakistan. Afghan Presi­dent Ashraf Ghani set the tone of his two-day trip to Islamabad by pledging...
  • Polio vaccination team gunned down in Pakistan
    Polio vaccination team gunned down in Pakistan
    Four members of a polio vaccination team were attacked and killed by gunmen in the southern Pakistani village of Quetta yesterday, about the same time a US drone strike was said to target a militant hideout in north Waziristan. According to local...
  • The Promise by Beth Wiseman
    Wiseman's Latest Release Based on True Story of Friend Held in Pakistan
    Most authors draw from life experience when writing a book. However, for bestselling author Beth Wiseman, the inspiration for The Promise (Thomas Nelson/ September 30, 2014/ISBN 978-1401685959 /$15.99) came from encounters most readers could never...
  • Nobel Winner Malala Yousafzai
    Teenager wins Nobel Prize
    2014 isn’t exactly over, but yesterday was a historical day upon the announcement of the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize. Surprisingly, this year’s prestigious award was jointly awarded to Malala Yousafzi and Kailash Satyarthi. The biggest...
  • Malala Yousafzai
    'I Am Malala' author worthy of the Nobel Peace Prize
    Mother Teresa, Mahatma Gandhi, and Martin Luther King were all iconic individuals who spent their lives working for peace and prosperity. Legendary and worthy of their status, these people put the good of society before their own self-importance,...
  • Baloch family wiped  out in Pakistani bombardment on Mashkay homes
    Baloch family wiped out in Pakistani bombardment on Mashkay homes
    Pakistani bombardment on the civilian population in Mashkay in Balochistan has wiped out an entire family, according to Baloch Warna..The victims were identified by local people as Khair Bux,36, his daughter Gul Naz, 10,and Javed. son of Nekam...
  • Pakistan and India
    Pakistan-India relations; call for restraint
    Nine civilians were killed and at least twenty five wounded on Monday in fighting along a stretch of the disputed border between India and Pakistan in the Kashmir region. Pakistan Army's Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) statement issued...
  • Taliban in Pakistan
    Taliban and ISIS bonding in allegiance: One big target
    One question could drive a wedge in the Taliban-ISIS alliance and that is “Who’s in charge here?” There has been an apparent tacit alliance between like-kind terrorists, the Taliban and ISIS which has been formalized by a...