Posts tagged ‘Malik Siraj Akbar’

April 3, 2013

Najam Sethi, the most trusted man in Pakistan, brought to you by Malik Siraj Akbar

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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

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April 8, 2012

Malik Siraj Akbar misrepresents Shia genocide in Pakistan

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Malik Siraj AKbar, famous for his Qasidah-e-Husain-Haqqani and asylum application, has shown his true color once again, this time he has backstabbed Pakistan’s Shia Muslims.

How would the Jews react if somebody said to them they were massacred not because of their

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October 27, 2011

From Qasida Khwani to Political Asylum: Malik Siraj Akbar’s convenient journalism

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Related post: Qasida-e-Husain-Haqqani – by Malik Siraj Akbar

We are cross-posting this interesting post by Baloch Hal editor Malik Siraj Akbar in which he “humbly and respectfully thanks the government of the United States of America” for granting him asylum in a country where in his own words he is sure he will not be judged “by the color of… skin but the content of … character.”

Malik Siraj AKbar is commonly known to have the following peculiar features:

1. Siraj belongs to the Najam Sethi lobby of the non-Baloch “champions” of the

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July 28, 2011

Qasida-e-Husain-Haqqani – by Malik Siraj Akbar

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Related post: From Qasida Khwani to Political Asylum: Malik Siraj Akbar’s convenient journalism

Taken from Twitter, 27 July 2011, without any editing or alteration.

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@husainhaqqani is a friend of #Baloch and #Balochistan. Criticizing him amounts to alienating such friends Who r unpopular

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July 21, 2011

Malik Siraj Akbar: a little bit of honesty please!

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Introduction
The aim of this post is to highlight how a seemingly decent journalist can fall into  dishonesty in order to serve personal friendships and possibly career. Given that @maliksirajakber has today publicly blamed me for being disrespectful to Urooj Zia and blocked my Twitter account, I have no choice but to publish his DMs to me regarding @Uroojzia to explain our respective positions.

On 19 July 2011, I was approached on Twitter by Malik Siraj Akbar, the

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