Chinese nationals are targeted in Pakistan as China attempts to rein in its own jihadis.
The Musharraf government’s claims of instituting madrassah reforms seem more far-fetched than ever
After a gripping eight-day siege, security forces manage to take control of Lal Masjid. But amongst the rubble, extremists across Pakistan may find inspiration in the defeat of their brothers, as Maulana Ghazi dies a ‘martyr’.
Despite glaring evidence, the Sindh government refuses to accept responsibility for the murder and mayhem of May 12 in Karachi.
“We are witnessing the end of Musharraf’s dictatorship,” says Benazir Bhutto.
“By legitimising takeovers, the judges have abdicated their role to defend the constitution,” says Justice (retd) Saeeduzzaman Siddiqui.
Baton-wielding female students of the Jamia Hafsa refuse to vacate the children’s library in Islamabad until all their demands, including the imposition of the Shariah throughout Pakistan, are met.
In an alarming new trend, hard-line Islamists in the NWFP have launched a Taliban-style campaign against female education.
The Taliban are making effective use of training and recruitment videos as propaganda in the fight against NATO troops.
Laced with religious undertones, the custody battle over a young British girl has turned into a clash between east and west.