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Wednesday, 4 March 2009

Nawaz Sharif, the terrorist attack on the Sri Lankan cricket team, and the politics of confrontation

In the following op-ed, Asadullah Ghalib offers an analysis of Nawaz Sharif's comments on the terrorist attack on the Sri Lankan cricket team, and the politics of confrontation.

The op-ed also offers a page from history providing details of the disinformation cell created by the ISI to support IJI and its leaders Nawaz Sharif and Qazi Hussain Ahmed.

Asadullah Ghalib


Nawaz Sharif and Political Wrestling in Pakistan
By: Tahir Sarwar Mir


Abbas Ather


Asadullah Ghalib, 6 March 2009

Nawaz Sharif, Zardari, Bhuttos and the "heavy price"


Nazir Naji: Jang 7 March 2009. Asif Zardari, Rehman Malik and Salman Taseer must resign:


Asadullah Ghalib, 7 March 2009:

Also read:

Long March June 2008: A recap, some pictures and comments

Nawaz Sharif's politics of agitation

Is Nawaz Sharif paving the road to martial law in Pakistan?


Anonymous said...

National Conference, Qazi Hussain Ahmed and Jamat-e-Islami


Admin said...

Aamir: Thanks for visiting. Very useful link. Let's be in touch.

Anonymous said...

Dear Abdul,

Part 2 is as under:

National Conference, Qazi Hussain Ahmed and Jamat-e-Islami - 2


Admin said...

Thank you Aamir. I look forward to reading it.

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