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Why is the banned ASWJ being allowed to organise a public event in Khairpur?
The Nation Pakistan

Why is the banned ASWJ being allowed to organise a public even...

We, as a nation, have witnessed so many ups and downs. We have had a long history of tumult and sufferings. The story began right after Partition in 1947, from the war of 1965 to the painful defeat in 1971, all these historical tragedies culminated ... The Nation Pakistan, 1 month ago

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8th anniversary of ASWJ members observed

KHYBER AGENCY - The 8th death anniversary of martyrs of Ahle Sunnah Wal Jumaat, Khyber Agency chapter was observed last day here in Madrass-e-Farooqia, Shiekhmal Khel, tehsil Landi Kotal. Pirzada Adnan Qadri besides numbers of Ullemas, ...
 The Nation Pakistan2 months ago

MWM, ASWJ take out rallies on M. A. Jinnah Road

 DAWN Group6 days ago

Kashmir cause in danger

A muted response by peaceful well-wishers only opens the door to non-peaceful elements GKNN Srinagar, Publish Date: Jul 22 2016 11:57PM | Updated Date: Jul 22 2016 11:57PM File Photo THE surest way to taint a legitimate, necessary and morally ...
 Greater Kashmir1 day ago

Kashmir cause in danger

THE surest way to taint a legitimate, necessary and morally correct protest is to involve illegitimate, unnecessary and morally reprehensible actors. The violence in Indian-held Kashmir against ordinary Kashmiris rising up in protest against the ...
 DAWN Group3 days ago

The only country sponsoring terrorism is the United States of America

So, if America acts hypocritically in the name of national security, why does it not allow other countries do the same? News is meant to be serious and, apparently, so are the legal proceedings attended by lawmakers. Unfortunately, in our ...
 The Express Tribune5 days ago

Sectarian outfits on the run in Balochistan

QUETTA: After years of strenuous efforts, the intelligence and security agencies have managed to neutralise a well-organised structure of sectarian outfits in Balochistan, which were involved in the killing of hundreds of innocent people over the ...
 Daily Times5 days ago

Confessions: Suspect admits involvement in 51 murders

Israr claimed that apart from Ali, the target killers' team included Shiraz Rizvi alias Hussain, Pervez alias Ramzan and Mumtaz Bhutto alias Nasir. He said this team used to recce the businesses and workplaces of people to plan their killing. PHOTO: ...
 The Express Tribune6 days ago
The Express Tribune

Why is Pakistan allowing an imam to call for jihad against our Shia community?

Worshippers gather after the suicide bomber detonated a device near Prophet (PBUH)'s mosque. PHOTO: REUTERS Immediately after the news of the suicide attack on Masjid-e-Nabwi was released on various TV channels, a local imam of the masjid next ...
 The Express Tribune1 week ago

Inciting Religious Hate: Farooqi ordered to appear in court

RAWALPINDI: An Anti-Terrorism Court (ATC) on Monday recorded statements of witnesses against a leader of Ahle Sunnat Wal-Jamaat (ASWJ) in cases of inciting religious hatred, target killing and explosives. The ATC adjourned hearing of the case ...
 The Express Tribune1 week ago
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