NAWAZ SHARIF TREACHERY: Exclusive interview with Noor Dahari on Israel Pakistan ties….a tale of revelations by Sumaira Khan

Nawaz Sharif was anxious for ties with Israel, so that his investiments in the Western Banks stay Protected. And he would be in the good books of United Kingdom and the United States, whom he thought would help keep him in power till death.

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Moral decay and Pakistani politics by Tahir Kamran

A Reflection back to the Times of Crooks Nawaz Sharif and Asif Zardari-Who Destroyed The Fabric of Pakistani Society And Spread Corruption At All Levels & Made Corruption Acceptable in Society -Sadly, corruption is being celebrated today as if it is a virtue. Several years ago, I had read somewhere that “So far, about morals, I know only that what is moral is what you feel good after and what is immoral is what you feel bad after.” But to have such noble feelings one must first have a conscience. Conscience is the moral compass cultivated among citizens and their leaders ought to lead by example. In our polity, the leaders need some strenuous instruction to develop a conscience that feels good when they do good and vice versa.

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Afghanistan: How America and NATO betrayed humanity by Dr. Mahboob A. Khawaja

Would the International Criminal Court (ICC) at The Hague initiate actions to hold the US-British and others NATO members responsible for the war damages and crimes against humanity in Afghanistan and Iraq?
Who would patch the wounds of torture and cold blood murdered committed at Bagram prison and Guantanamo Bay?  
Americans strategic psyche is desperate to be seen as a winner, not loser in Afghanistan. Would Taliban* allow the American–NATO military plans to disrupt the future of nation-rebuilding and political stability?
If America’s egoism turns into cancer to consume both gimmicks, where would the wounds and warriors be buried with honor – would it be the bombed graveyards of Afghanistan or the new secret sites in America?  
More often wars have ended on their own after exhaustion and unworthy cause with or without political dialogues to make the roadmaps for the future. Would peace and reconciliation with Taliban usher a new era for a different kind of future and co-existence to all concerned?

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The USA’s iniquities & failures

The USA’s iniquities & failures Asif Haroon Raja Pakistan’s history of the US sanctions Pakistan was touted as the most allied ally of the US but practically it was not since it was the most sanctioned country. The US unjustly …

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Pakistan, Turkey Tighten Ties With First Corvette Launch The PNS Babur is the first of four corvettes being built for the Pakistani Navy by Turkish shipbuilders.

The Yarmook-class corvettes are based on the company’s 91.3m-long 2,300t OPV 1900 design but are fitted with anti-air, anti-submarine, electronic warfare and point defense systems. Introduction of the Yarmook-class, with its medium helicopter and two rigid hull inflatable boats, has sparked a renaissance in the PN’s capabilities.
The Milgem corvette has an overall length of 99m, a waterline length of 90.5m, a beam of 14.4m and a design draft of 3.6m. The displacement of the vessel is 2,000t. The ship can be fully operated at the sea state 5. It can accommodate 93 crew members, including the air crew.

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