Orya Maqbool Jan- Insaanon kay khauf say Allah kay khauf tak

February 21, 2010 at 3:30 pm (Pakistan, Politics) (, , )

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Intelligence agencies behind terrorism: Edhi

February 21, 2010 at 3:26 pm (Pakistan, Politics) (, )

By Shahid Husain

Source: The News

Eminent social worker Abdus Sattar Edhi says that it was not the Taliban but the Intelligence agencies, including foreign Intelligence agencies that were responsible for most of the acts of terrorism in the countrty.

“I launched a peace mission some two months ago and went to Waziristan, Swat and other war-torn areas of Pakistan and the Taliban told me they respected me a lot and were not involved in terrorist activities in the country,” Edhi told The News.

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Another fake Osama Bin Laden tape aired on Al-Jazeera

January 31, 2010 at 12:25 pm (Global Issues, Interview, Politics) (, )

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The US scam behind the flight 253 bomber

January 22, 2010 at 1:00 am (Global Issues, Interview, Politics) (, )

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US sponsoring terror in Iran

January 20, 2010 at 3:20 pm (Global Issues, Interview, Politics) (, , )

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American motives and CIA dishonesty are the primary source of problems in this war

January 14, 2010 at 3:05 pm (Global Issues, Politics) (, , , , , , , )

Image of the beast

By Peter Chamberlin

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Up until now, the United States has been able to exert control over most of the earth just by controlling the narrative that reflects popular opinion about the war on terror. Whatever government spokesmen or reporters have said happened on a particular day, was what really happened; it was validated by popular consent.

The ability to shape people’s thoughts and opinions is a power that every tyrant has dreamed about. Global trust in the good intentions of the people of the United States moves individuals and entire nations to give American leaders the benefit of the doubt, even when common sense cautions against it.

Until fairly recently, popular opinion did not often call into question the American or allied version of events. Widespread civilian “collateral damage” from air strikes and disagreements between the Pakistani and American military have opened the door to questions about the very nature of this war and the leadership, or lack thereof, displayed by Western decision-makers.

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