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  Operation Moshtarak weakens America's occupation of Afghanistan

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Over the past few days the American crusaders have been bragging about the success of operation Moshtarak in the southern province of Helmand, Afghanistan. The operation is the biggest since the fall of the Taliban regime in 2001, and involves some 15000 soldiers functioning under the aegis of the American aggressors. The goal of the operation is to clear out the Taliban from the town of Marjah and then to…
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  The rulers sacrificed our brave soldiers to protect the "elite blood" of the crusaders

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After returning from Brussels, General Kayani met Urdu columnist of Pakistani papers and informed them of the "sacrifices" rendered by the Pakistan army in "war on terror". Later these details were released to the media by the public relation wing of the Pakistan armed forces, ISPR According to these details 30,452 people have been killed and injured from 9/11 to date in Pakistan. Out of these 8,785 are military personal…
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  Western powers meet to decide the fate of Yemen and Afghanistan in London

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Once again western powers are gathering to interfere in the affairs of the Muslim world and decide the fate of the Ummah. This week the colonialist powers plan to convene international conferences in London to discuss the situation in Yemen and Afghanistan. The subject of discussion is not to liberate the Muslim Ummah from the shackles of colonialism, rather it is subdue the resistive populations of these countries and preserve…
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Q&A: The Planting of mines along the Syrian-Turkey border

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Question: What is the issue of planting mines along the Syrian-Turkey border? How and when did it happen? To what extent is this linked to the international conflict? May Allah reward you for it. Answer: 1. A decision to plant mines on the Syrian-Turkey border was taken in 1956 and the implementation of this decision was carried out between1957 and 1959 in the 513 Km length out of the total…
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Q & A: Signs of economic recovery

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Question Lately, the western media has speculated that the worst of the financial crisis is over and that the economies of some western countries are showing signs of economic recovery-the first green shoots, so to speak of. The media reports are often supported by economic experts and politicians who point to the buoyant stock markets, bank profits and the rise in the price of oil as evidence that the world…
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Q & A: Sri Lanka and the Tamil Tigers

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Question: On 19/5/2009 speaking on state television Sri Lanka's President Mahinda Rajapaksa declared victory against the Tamil Tigers. He said, "Our motherland has been completely liberated from separatist terrorism." The state television also broadcasted images of the Tamil Tiger leader's body after it was recovered from the battlefield. "A few hours ago, the body of terrorist leader (Velupillai) Prabhakaran, who ruined this country, was found on the battleground," army Chief…
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Q & A: North Korea's Nuclear Tests

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Question: North Korea announced on 25th May, 2009, that it carried out a successful nuclear test. It had earlier (on 8th May) warned that it was strengthening its nuclear arsenal, and accused the Obama administration of hostile actions against it. It had also refused to resume the six-party negotiations. Then on 27th May, 2009, it declared that North Korea was 'not committed to the ceasing of hostilities' signed with the…
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