Posts tagged ‘Pakistan Blogzine’

July 15, 2012

Ali Dayan Hasan (HRW Pakistan) recants statement against ISI

by ravezjunejo

Ali Dayan Hasan at IPSMM2012

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?

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January 9, 2012

The Mehmal Attack – by Ravez Junejo

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@Mehmal goes berserk; attacks @Laibaah1 at being criticized

On January 7, 2011,  Twitter user @Laibaah1, an individual known for her activism in support of minorities rights in Pakistan and reminding the urban-origin (read Karachi and Lahore based) ‘liberal’ bloggers, tweeters and the socialite ‘human rights activists’ of their ignored duty towards cataloguing the Deep State-backed mass massacre of Pakistanis belonging to such groups, had respectfully tweeted to Twitter

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July 31, 2011

Who is @Laibaah? – by Laiba Ahmad Marri

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Related post: Questioning Laibaah’s integrity – by Ailia Zehra

According to my Twitter profile, I am:

“a Pakistani American currently based in Arizona, USA. As a human rights activist, I question silence of Pakistan’s urban

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