Editor’s note: Given that this specific post has been banned by Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on the advice of ex-CM Najam Sethi, we are cross-posting it to express our solidarity with LUBP and support for free speech. The post was banned on 6 June 2013 by Pakistan government read more »
Malik Siraj Akbar, Editor in Chief of The Baloch Hal, is known for his flattery of the bold and the beautiful, ie. the rich, powerful elites of Pakistan. In the past he has been seen flattering Akbar S. Ahmed and read more »
At 14, she is more courageous than I or Ghulam Ahmad Bilour will ever be. The Minister for Railways caved in recently to the Taliban to have his name struck from the Taliban’s hit list. Malala Yousafzai, however, stared down the Taliban until the very moment they shot her in the head yesterday.
While I write to express my disgust with the extremists from the safe confines of a Canadian read more »
October 9, 2012 World bleeds as Malala Yousafzai a 14 years old ‘Children Rights Activist’ from the town of Mingora in Swat District, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan was shot by Taliban. Malala at the age of 13 started blogging for BBC about the atrocities of Tehrik-e-Taliban regime. The international children’s advocacy group ‘KidsRights Foundation’ included Malala Yousafzai among the nominees for the International Children’s Peace Prize, making her the first Pakistani girl nominated for the award. She was awarded the first National read more »
Imran Khan the name that has once again become the topic of almost all drawing room discussions. There is not a single gathering where Mr. Khan is not talked about. The discussions have varying views regarding him, many feel that he is the next Prime Minister and the only hope we as a nation are left with, while others feel that the roar will soon be over and the so-called tsunami will settle down and Khan will disappear.
Few people outside South Waziristan knew Kotkai — a mesh of small hamlets strewn across a hilly area — until, of course, PTI chairman Imran Khan announced his plans to hold his peace rally against CIA-operated drones in Pakistan’s tribal borderlands.
As my title suggests, this is probably what Pakistan’s brilliant doctor-inventor-Son Arsalan Iftikhar thought. Once again, his Daddy and uncle judges were there to protect him. This is what good parenthood is all about. If your Daddy’s Supreme Court is not there to protect you from such trivial things as corruption, read more »
This is a brief post on a principled Pakistani blogger, Mr. Ali Arqam Durrani. read more »
If you don’t know this yet, know it now
BBC Urdu along with Jang Group and Dharb-e-Momin is part of every ghairatmand’s Axis of Holiness.
These are the media outlets that in their own ways project the read more »
A RAW-CIA-Mossad funded critical post on Jinnah and Pakistan’s patriotic history – by Riaz Malik Hajjaji
Please see how the pious history of Pakistan is being re-written. Please raise your protest and write against this rubbish post in your newspapers and Blogzines. After reading this I lost my appetite and couldn’t even finish my 8th helping of Biryani. Beghairats keep bringing up these events under the guise of adding nuance to the debate. This is a typical Neo-con Zionist tactic. Please protest this on facebook and twitter, otherwise Pakistan’s history will be damaged beyond repair and even the great Zaid Hamid will not be able to rescue it.
This too was Pakistan (1947-71): A response to Nadeem Paracha’s “Also Pakistan”
A Tale of Two Awesome Ghairatmands, Hazrat Iftikhar Chaudhry CJ and Hazrat Imran Khan PTI – by Riaz Malik Hajjaji
It is with a heavy and Nihari addled heart that I write my latest news roundup. In this week, two very sad developments have happened. First of all, Pakistan’s two ghairatmand parties, PML N and PTI are fighting. PML N is rehashing liberal fascist propaganda that was discounted by me on Pakistan Press over a year ago. I am referring to this post Imran Khan’s Real (ty) “Investments” – Zulfiqar Ali http://criticalppp.com/archives/222545
“Editor’s Note: LUBP highlighted these financial irregularities read more »
A few days ago I came across an article written by Robert Fisk published in The Independent. The article was titled “If Alawites are turning against Assad then his fate is sealed”. Interestingly, there was nothing in the article to read more »
Civil Society’s slap to PPP and LUBP!
Genunie liberals Ali Dayan Hasan, Marvi Sirmed, Maheen Usmani, Meera Ghani have finally decided to expose fake liberals hiding at Zionist blog LUBP, which is in fact Let Us read more »
If you are still mourning over the loss of the PMl N-PTI-JI-Supreme Court-Sipah Sahaba-backed candidate, the Independant Bhosan, dry your tears like the Righteously Guided Super Journalist, Hamid Mir did. Two days ago, Hamid Mir sahib was upset that his prediction of a Bhosan victory did not read more »
I am pleased to report that my latest masterpiece idea was picked up Hazrat Imran Khan PTI.
“Wake up Muslims; stop killing muslims in Burma, Kashmir, Philistine, read more »
Urgently required: Holocaust deniers for obscuring propaganda about Shia genocide in Pakistan – by Riaz Malik
We urgently require good quality Holocaust Deniers. The powerful liberal fascist lobby is doing its best to spread propaganda that there is a Shia Genocide going on in Pakistan. Look at this baseless read more »
[Rehman] Malik had flown into Karachi where he addressed some of the Indian and Pakistani delegates of the groundbreaking first Pakistan India Social Mela 2012 (SMM2012) that took place on July 13-14, organised by Peaceniche [sponsored by the US Consulate]. It wasn’t a press conference or an organised media event, but the media turned up in full force – those that got wind of it, that is. An read more »
The newly appointed Director General of the Inter-Services Intelligence may have attained an understated and unsung victory for his intelligence agency considering the recent and highly surprising statement by Human Rights Watch‘s Pakistan head Ali Dayan Hasan that the ISI may not be involved in the Saleem Shahzad murder AT ALL!
Mr Hasan made this statement at the recently concluded India-Pakistan Social Media Mela held at a local hotel in Karachi. He was invited as a speaker for the session titled ‘Negotiating complexity: human rights and social media.’
Apart from his condemnation of ‘trolls’ (read his notoriously egotistical irritation on being questioned by critics in general and Twitter activist @Laibaah1 Marri in particular) on social media, Mr Hasan said “My position and HRW position is clear. We never say that he was killed by the ISI. Who killed him has to be determined by an independent probe.” Could we be correct in considering this latest statement by Mr Hasan a recanting of the previous allegations that HRW has made, all but implicating the ISI in carrying out the Saleem Shahzad murder? read more »