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Kashmir murder spotlights polygamy among British Pakistanis
Saudi Gazette

Kashmir murder spotlights polygamy among British Pakistanis

Abdullah, center, is flanked by Haji Mohmmad Ilyas, right, and Sahkeel Hussain, left, as they leave the home of murdered Briton Jumma Khan in Mirpur, Pakistan, in this file photo. — AFP MIRPUR , Pakistan — Pakistani police are investigating ... Saudi Gazette, 2 months ago
Kashmir murder highlights polygamy, 2 months ago
Murder Spotlights Polygamy, 2 months ago
New Indian Express

Report on Mumbai Attacks: FBI Needs to Improve

WASHINGTON: Citing the November 2008 Mumbai terror attack and four other cases, a report has concluded FBI has made strides in the past decade but needs faster reforms to transform itself into a threat-based, intelligence-driven organization. One of ...
 New Indian Express1 day ago Citing Mumbai attack, report says FBI needs to improve  ProKerala.com1 day ago Citing 26/11, US report says FBI needs to improve  Daijiworldcom23 hours ago

Dodging the drones: How militants have responded to the covert US campaignabortion pill ru486 side effects side effects of the abortion pill what to expect after the abortion pill

Over the past decade U.S. drone strikes have killed between 1,800 and 3,100 people in Pakistan, along with hundreds more in drone attacks in Yemen and Somalia, as a result of the United States' efforts to combat al-Qaeda and its affiliates. The rise ...
 Yemen Post2 days ago

al Qaeda felt 26/11 was more spectacular than 9/11

al Qaeda sought to replicate 26/11 attack Original plan to carry out 26/11 attack was designed by al Qaeda ISI stole 26/11 Al-Qaeda's plan and handed over to Lashkar al Qaeda felt 26/11 had more impact than 9/11 The al Qaeda wanted to stage a ...
 Oneindia3 weeks ago Al-Qaeda slips to number 3 thanks to Zawahiri operating from a cave  Oneindia2 months ago Al-Qaeda rereleases hit list with slain Charlie Hebdo editor struck out  Oneindia2 months ago
The Express Tribune

How serious is the ISIS threat to South Asia?

ISIS could destabilise South Asia even if its bid to achieve pre-eminence there falls short. PHOTO: AFP Recent weeks have brought a bevy of news headlines attesting to the rising profile of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) in South ...
 The Express Tribune1 month ago
Kashmir Observer

Poverty has little to do with radical Islam

Boko Haram in Nigeria, the Islamic State in Syria and the Taliban in Pakistan have not taken up arms to create a classless society. Their aim is not social justice. They have taken to the paths of violence, employing terror as a weapon of ...
 Kashmir Observer1 month ago

Bergen: Americans have plotted to kill cartoonists

Story highlights Peter Bergen cites parallels to the attacks in Copenhagen and Paris Authorities have disrupted such plots involving Americans Think again. Pennsylvania resident Colleen LaRose , a 46-year-old high school dropout who called herself ...
 CNN1 month ago 'Americans have plotted to kill cartoonists'  CNN1 month ago Americans have plotted to kill cartoonists too  CNN2 months ago Americans have plotted against cartoonists  Channel40002 months ago

Why operation Osama was no Zero Dark Thirty

The statement made by the former ISI chief Asad Durrani regarding Osama Bin Laden is startling but not surprising. Durrani said that the government of Pakistan is likely to have sheltered Osama Bin Laden and handed him over to the United States of ...
 Oneindia1 month ago
Pakistan Today

Of Auraq and Adabiyaat

Auraq (1966-2005) was a prestigious Urdu literary journal. Renowned litterateur Dr Wazir Agha was its founding editor. Dr Mehmood Aseer has compiled an exhaustive but searching thesis (originally meant for his M Phil degree in Urdu) on its ...
 Pakistan Today2 months ago

Al-Qaeda's Paris attack not the first to target cartoonists

A protester shouts slogans during a demonstration against satirical French weekly Charlie Hebdo, which featured a cartoon of the Prophet Muhammad as the cover of its first edition since an attack by Islamist gunmen, in front of the French Embassy in ...
 AlMonitor2 months ago Charlie Hebdo- When Sajid Mir scouted in Paris  Oneindia2 months ago Charlie Hebdo attack- Mickey Mouse project failed, but inspiration lingers on  Oneindia2 months ago
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