Baby: The Conception
The fascination of President Bush with Pakistan's dictator and master
terrorist Pervez Musharraf, and its likely consequences, are reminiscent of a
previous era in which the US worked closely with ISI, helping it hone its skills
in sponsorship of terror. Sleeping with the devil in the eighties in an attempt
to oust the Soviets from Afghanistan had unintended consequences: the conception
of Bin Laden's Al Qaeda and its Taliban hosts, culminating in 9-11......More...
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EXHIBITION ON TERRORISM UNLEASHED
State as Suicide Bomber
Pakistan remains, today, the primary "platform for
terror", in Ambassador Nancy Powell's words, and neutralizing this
platform is among the primary challenges of the global war against
terrorism. In dealing with General Musharraf, it will be useful for his
interlocutors to keep in mind - no doubt among other and more expedient
matters - that they are dealing with the man who currently presides over
the world's largest network of terrorists, and over a state that has,
for over two decades, used terrorism as an integral instrument of state
policy - and still continues to do so from day to day.....More...
Flowerless Insein: Indian Realism Will
just conveyed news that Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, the hope of Burma and the
most famous wearer of jasmine flowers in the world, has been interred in
the dreaded Insein prison after a violent clampdown launched on
pro-democracy activists by state-sponsored militias in May. Insein is
Burma’s Lubyanka, a ‘Special Jail’ outside Rangoon where political
prisoners are systematically tortured and broken down by the military
junta, the dead house where hundreds of NLD workers have perished from
starvation, disease and abuse for the last 12 years.......More...
Kashmir Terrorism-The National
Dr. M.K. Teng
The militant violence in Jammu and Kashmir, it must
be admitted frankly and without any hesitation, is fundamentally
communal in character and secessionist in its objective. The Muslim
secessionist movements led by All Jammu and Kashmir Plebiscite Front,
the Awami Action Committee and the militant youth organisation including
the Youth League, were mainly aimed to disengage the state from India
and unite it with Pakistan and to ensure the Islamisation of the State.....More...
Kashmir—The tumbled crown of Indian
The eruption of the fundamentalist separatist
insurgency has exploded many myths in relation to Kashmir. For nearly
five decades Kashmiris were described as ‘unique’ people, who rejected
the two-nation theory of Jinnah. The ethnic-cleansing of Kashmiri Hindus
from the only Muslim-majority province of India has debunked the claim
that Kashmir was the crown of Indian secularism, or a secular oasis in
the communally torn subcontinent. Indian political leadership, failed in
formulating the nation’s stakes in Kashmir.....More...
Fidayeen Strike at Sunjwan
General Pervez Musharraf watched stone-faced as United States President
George Bush announced a meagre US$ 3 billion aid package for Pakistan,
and shot down that country's demands for new F-16 combat jets. It opened
him up to a barrage of criticism from his domestic critics, Islamist and
democratic, who charged that he had given away too much to the United
States and received little or nothing in return. Four days after the
Bush-Musharraf press conference at Camp David, two fidayeen terrorists
cut the fence protecting the perimeter of the 36 Infantry Brigade's camp
in Sunjwan, on the outskirts of Jammu. The terrorists made their way to
a barracks, and shot dead a dozen soldiers, most in their sleep.....More...
Where is our threshold?
deep into your own conscience and see where your own threshold is. At
what point would you say “Enough is enough”? How long would you be ready
to fake it and take it the way our politicians and so-called leaders
give it to us? How long? Have you ever thought about it?........More...
The mire of Pakistan’s Strategic
In 1980s and 90s, the rise of fundamentalist
ideology in Iran and Afghanistan coinciding with the implosion of the
erstwhile Soviet Union threw up a new strategic prospect for Pakistan.
As a matter of fact, the new opportunity was seized tenaciously by
Pakistan’s democratic regime led by Benazir Bhutto. Perhaps she had
inherited the ambition from her late father who was executed before he
could translate the vision into reality.....More...