The World Social Forum in Brazil united activists from all over the world.
In Nek Mohammad’s death, the Pakistan army may have scored a major victory, but the war in Wana is far from over.
A spate of violent incidents drag the city back into a spiral of violence.
“South Waziristan can no longer serve as a safe haven for terrorists,” says Brigadier(Retd) Mehmood Shah, Secretary for Security, FATA.
Given their ethnic diversity, the only common language the militants of Waziristan share is that of jihad.
Did Pakistan gain anything substantial from the operation in Wana?
Gunship helicopters hovered over the mountains surrounding the small town of Wana, cannons fired and explosions echoed as smoke billowed out of mud houses.
With the upcoming Pakistan-India series, the bookies are back in the game.
“We need planning in bowling against India’s powerful batting,” says Inzamam-ul-Haq, Captain, Pakistan Cricket Team.
President Musharraf’s change in policy towards militant outfits fails to change the situation on the ground.