Senator Rehman Malik

  • TI was the first one three years back who had made the presence of Daesh in Pakistan known when I disclosed the meetings in a mosque in Daska, Sialkot and thereafter the rest of the network in south Punjab to KPK and FATA. The then government of PMLN went into denial mode and issued official denial ...

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  • TWe are inching towards our elections 2018 and political atmosphere is getting tense. The recent conviction of Mian Nawaz Sharif and Maryam Nawaz has become a hot topic in all circles. Whereas the election symbol of jeep is echoing too in Pakistan and election pundits are of the view that this ...

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  • TSince 2007 I was the first who had ever raised voice against RSS for its involvement in number of major terrorist attacks on Muslims in Pakistan as well as in India. But what is RSS exactly? What is their aim? Apparently, RSS is portrayed as the Indian right-wing, Hindu nationalist, paramilitary ...

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  • TI happened to see Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto for the first time when I was posted in Karachi in 1978 post-1977 coup at Karachi airport. I remained posted in Karachi during Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto’s government where I had ample chances to interact with senior leaders of PPP and close aides of ZAB, ...

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  • TThe conventional wars have now taken over by the intelligence which are fought with dirty tricks and damaging tools to destroy vital abilities of enemies. This new intelligence warfare started after the World War 2 when USA decided to launch CIA. The warfare trend was set by the CIA operation. ...

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  • TWater is a basic necessity of life from the day one of human existence. The world entered into modern era with generation of energy, which is through oil and water. The utility of water is more vital as it provides lifeline to every living creature being the only vital important component of ...

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  • TThis page is basically a fact sheet to put the record straight and apprise the nation of few happenings behind the scene. I am pointing out some of the incidents of my exile period where I was an eyewitness of most of the developments taking place abroad. It was well before the departure of ...

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  • TThe sanctions on Iran by USA will have numerous negative impacts especially on Pakistan and Afghanistan being the immediate neighbours of Iran. It will also dent the peace process in Afghanistan. Imposing sanction on Iran is sole act of USA where Pakistan cannot do anything. USA always makes such ...

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  • TI saw a headline in newspapers regarding the IJI funding case and distribution of money to certain prominent politicians, which reminded me the factual background and my time in the FIA under Gen. Naseerullah Baber and the Affidavit by Gen. Asad Durrani regarding distribution of those funds. It ...

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  • TI held a press conference on 23rd August 2017 wherein I had stated that a conspiracy had already been launched for creating anti-Pakistan grouping within KPK and FATA, which would be duly supported by Western Media. The movement would be coupled with separatists in Afghan. The nation did notice ...

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  • TWe as nation are passing through the most crucial phase of the history where we are facing both internal and external aggression giving rise to number of challenges. The recent development in the political landscape of the country is witnessing the changing attitude of the masses where recent ...

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  • TMigration is a worldwide phenomenon, which, in literal terms, is defined as the movement of a person from one country, place or locality to another. It happens both through legal and illegal ways. Migration normally occurs due to economic stress, which forces people to migrate. I intend to talk ...

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  • TPakistan has become land of confusion where a normal Pakistani passes through a phase of confusion irrespective of his social status. The confusion and fear have become integral part of our system. Either we are confused or we are dealing with a confused situation on the other end. Our government ...

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  • T4th April is a black day in the history of Pakistan; that witnessed the judicial murder of a great charismatic public leader Shaheed Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto in 1979 – a day that was actually the death of humanity and the voice of the masses. History will neither forgive nor forget the murder of a ...

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  • TThe word coup always brings the mind under pressure, because it is synonymous to force of action. The first internationally well recognised expression of a coup is the army takeover which was very common in the world in 50s when Africa suffered heavily and then Pakistan when Gen Zia-ul-Haq deposed ...

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  • TThese days the media is discussing the misuse of “the vote” and that the vote itself is the real victim of today in the hands of its caster. Let me introduce myself; my name is “the vote” and I am centurys years old and used to elect people’s representatives, in ...

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  • TWe are protecting our land, air and sea borders for which we have been spending billions of Rupees. We have to spend huge funds on the imposed war on terror, but we have been consistently ignoring our economic borders since 1951. Pakistan was born in 1947 as the largest Muslim country that came ...

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  • TIt is matter of record that two prime ministers were publicly assassinated whereas the first democratically elected Prime Minister Mr. Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto was deposed by the non-democratic forces and then judicially murdered. One of the major services he had rendered for the national cause was the ...

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  • TI was flying today from Islamabad to London when a Pakistani-British young man, after a very polite greeting to me, sat beside me on a vacant seat and directly asked me as to why there is such a mess in Pakistan and why we are a direction-less nation? He expressed his grave concern about the on ...

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  • TSince the occupation of Jammu & Kashmir by India, the people there have been subjected to brutalities, mass killing, mass blinding, forced disappearance and gang rapes of the women regardless of their ages by Indian inhuman Armed Forces. The only sin of oppressed people of Kashmir is their ...

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  • TWe all parents are worried and sad to see the killing of our daughter Zainab. This incident has diluted our faith in our system and we feel sorry that we are living in a society where some do not have human ethics and no respect for human beings. Innocent Zainab lost her life to a merciless ...

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  • TShe continued to struggle for democracy at every forum; I remember her long hours, working and travelling from one country to another, delivering lectures and advocating for democracy in Pakistan. I remember there was a conference of political parties from all over the world in Bangkok where she ...

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  • TShaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto emerged in the political arena of Pakistan as a true follower of her great father, Shaheed Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, and continued her struggle with her unmatched wisdom and political vision. Shaheed Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto in his lifetime had decided to train and groom his ...

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  • TThe recent statement of Chief Justice of Pakistan has made people of Pakistan more thoughtful, and worried to see the present affairs of the state and the friction within the state institutions is not a healthy sign for the country. Such a deteriorating situation needs to be tackled before it goes ...

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  • TI condemn Donald Trump’s decision to recognise Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, which has been rejected by the majority of world leaders. Shortly before Trump’s announcement, in November 2017, 151 nations of the United Nations General Assembly voted to reject Israeli ties to ...

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  • TWe are a nation which has suffered many times at the hands of USA and despite knowing this well we still fall in its trap every time. History is witness to the fact that these traps are either just before or post martial laws. Let me remind that USA first came to Pakistan in July 1957, when U.S. ...

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  • TIt was a great encouragement to see representatives from entire Muslim world together deliberating on the forum of Islamic Military Counter Terrorism Coalition’s (IMCTC) Ministers of Defence Council to counter terrorism. HRH Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman led the meeting. All the ...

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  • TWe as a nation have multiple problems and challenges, which include terrorism, economy in shambles, heavy external and internal borrowing, USA demands of “do more”, Indian interference with a billion of dollars in support to separatists in Baluchistan through RAW and NSD, ...

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  • TI am not surprised to see the demand of do more by Mr Rex as I have firm views that this syndrome of “do more Pakistan” has some motives behind it. This persistent demand from USA means that the USA will continue to blame Pakistan for not doing enough against terrorism and worsening the ...

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  • TToday I decided to touch a topic which grasped my attention when I recently visited Turkey and observed the contribution of Turkish women in the growth of their economy. I observed both sides of the Black Sea, the one which touches Asia and the other Eastern Europe. This part of the world ...

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