Category Archive: Politics

May
20

Bhutto Reminds Me of Mujeeb

Murderers of Mujeeb Hung

Sheikh Mujeeb-ul-Rehman, the hero of Bangladesh’s independence movement and the leader of “Awami League”, was assassinated by junior officers of the Bangladeshi army. General Zia-ul-Rehman’s did not let this matter get to the court. However, Sheikh Haseena, the daughter of Sheikh Mujeeb-Ul-Rehman, filed a case in the court against her father’s murderers after she was …

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May
11

Aspects of Osama’s Life

Bin Laden 1980s

What was the rivalry between USA and Osama Bin Laden  all about? What was the nature of the rivalry? What lead to the success of the operation that was carried out by Navy Seals on the 2nd of May? And how would the Pakistani forces react if such an operation is carried out again? A …

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May
08

Rising Oil Prices: Who’s to Blame?

Gas Prices

Can anyone explain what exactly the deal with the ever rising oil prices is? I remember paying for gas at less than a dollar a gallon in the United States (2006). I also recall paying as low as PKR 30 (around 45 Dollar Cents) for a liter of petrol in Pakistan (2005). However, Pakistan is …

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May
02

Osama: “Never Was a Death So Celebrated”

People Celebrating OBL's Death in

“He’s Killed… Dead… He’s No More“ The news was a huge surprise and everyone all around the world rejoiced. People at the Times Square sang praises of the government. Those in front of the White House rejoiced. The fire fighters and police officers paid their respects to the victims of 9 11. The families of …

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Apr
27

Obama’s Birth Certificate: Black Obama White Obama

Would it make matter easy for him?

So President Obama finally has an answer for the brithers. He presented a birth certificate confirming him as a natural born citizen of the United States of America. The brithers can all rest easy now. However, they’re still not convinced. Worried Grammie wrote on the Tea Party Nation site “I’m sure someone will investigate this …

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