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  • Pakistan Afghanistan relations
    Pakistan and Afghanistan; strengthening ties
    Pakistan's Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has visited Aghanistan on the invitation of the Afghan President. Expressing an unprecedented solidarity with Afghanistan, Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif on Tuesday termed the Afghan Taliban’s...
  • Obama foreign policy isn't working
    'We don't have enough helicopters,' Afghanistan
    According to a report from USA Today, Lt. Col. Bakhtulla Bakhtiar, 53, an Afghan helicopter squadron commander said that the Afghanistan military has enough troops but lack the air combat support to protect them and make them more effective...
  • Life is trying for the women of Afghanistan
    The brave 'Dressmaker of Khair Khana'
    There is no doubt that war shatters people’s lives, and day-to-day struggles become overwhelming as violence forces the focus onto basic survival. Afghanistan has suffered through its share of turmoil and unrest, with entire generations...
  • U.S. fighter jets back in the fight in Afghanistan
    U.S. fighter jets back in the fight in Afghanistan
    While Americans are consumed with the riots and destruction in Baltimore and sympathetic protests in other major cities, the Pentagon has dispatched U.S. fighter jets into the airspace in northern Afghanistan; both Reuters and Bloomberg reported...
  • Obama called out for dishonoring U.S. with prisoner swap
    Obama called out for dishonoring U.S. with prisoner swap
    President Obama is being called out by the American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ) Senior Counsel, David French for dishonoring the U.S. when he intentionally traded five Islamic terrorists for military deserter, former U.S. Army Sergeant Bowe...
  • Bowe Bergdahl
    If administration had it to do over, they'd still trade for Bergdahl
    AsJ.E. wrote yesterday, things are looking grim for former Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, who has been charged with crimes thatcould result in hisspending the rest ofhim in a cell at Leavenworth. At the same things are looking relatively rosy for the five...
  • Ashton Carter in Afghanistan
    Afghanistan, a fledgling nation with an American backstop
    In 1776, American won its independence. In 2001, Afghanistan began anew, having toppled the Taliban. Hamid Karzai’s government worked to provide national security with support from the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF)...
  • Aftermath of Schoolchildren Massacre by the Taliban
    In wake of Taliban slaughter of children, Pakistan arming schoolteachers
    Pakistani government officials are now allowing teachers toarm themselves withconcealed handguns and other weapons followinga vicious and unprovokedTalibanattack in Peshawar which is said to be one of the deadliest acts of terrorism in Pakistan&...
  • White House Principal Deputy Press Secretary Eric Schultz
    White House rebrands Taliban terrorists as 'armed insurgency'
    Townhall reported on Thursday that Deputy Press Secretary Eric Schultz, during a White House briefing, tried to suggest that the Taliban is not a terrorist group. They are, instead, an “armed insurgency,” according to the White House...
  • Mohammed Zahir
    President Obama releases another high risk terrorist from GITMO
    The President of the United States has released yet another high risk terrorist from GITMO. He is 61-year old Mohammed Zahir.Zahir is not just another captured Jihadist. He was the Secretary General of the Taliban’s Intelligence Directorate...
  • Peshawar school attack
    Head of Ahmadiyya Muslim Community condemns Peshawar school attack
    While protests against the grand jury’s decision to not indict Daniel Pantaleo for the death of Eric Garner of Staten Island were going on in America, Sydney, Australia was dealing with its own crisis when a gunman held several people...
  • 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...
  • Malala Yousafzai speaks out about Peshawar attack
    Malala Yousafzai 'heartbroken' about massacre, slams Peshawar attack
    Nobel laureate Malala Yousafzai is "heartbroken," calling the savage Dec. 16 Taliban attack on a Peshawar school "cowardly," reports People magazine on Tuesday. According to this source and a number of others, militants stormed...
  • 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...
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