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Oct 21: Shaheed Faqeer Shahwani and Shaheed Zahoor Bangulzai

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October 20, 2017 · 4:00 pm

Aug 30: International day for Enforce Disappeared

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August 29, 2017 · 3:00 pm

Meet the Mullahs: Pakistan’s Neighborhood Islamist Evangelists in Balochistan

Mulla Ghulam Ullah, Mufti Shamir Aziz Bizenjo, and Khatib Mohammad Ilyas

Mufti Shahmir Aziz Bizenjo receives support from the Pakistani intelligence, military assistance from the Pakistani Army Frontier Corps and financial support from the drug mafia

Lawrence Sellin

Few appreciate the depth and destructive consequences of Pakistan’s decades-long program to “Islamize” every aspect of the society in every remote corner of the country.

Pakistan’s “Islamization” program was initiated by President Zia-ul-Haq (1977-1988), which involved the proliferation of Islamic schools “madrasas” and the promotion of Islamic law “Sharia,” was specifically designed create unity by suppressing ethnic separatism and make Pakistan the global Sunni leader, an effort that eventually led to the proliferation of Islamic terrorist groups within its borders.

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Nov 18: Shaheed Lala Hameed Baloch and Shaheed Hamid Ismail Baloch

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November 17, 2016 · 3:00 pm

Oct 21: Shaheed Faqeer Shahwani and Shaheed Zahoor Bangulzai

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October 21, 2016 · 4:00 pm

Aug 30: International day for Enforce Disappeared

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August 29, 2016 · 3:00 pm

The Hit on the Taliban Leader Sent a Signal to Pakistan

Mullah Akhtar Mansour killed

Mullah Mansour was Pakistan’s man picked to lead the Afghan Taliban, and he was killed on Pakistani soil. Is this the beginning of a new U.S. strategy?

By Bruce Riedel 

The death of Afghan Taliban leader Mullah Mansour in an American drone strike is a significant but not fatal blow to both the Taliban and their Pakistani Army patrons.

The critical question Afghans and Pakistanis are asking is whether this is a one-off or the beginning of a more aggressive American approach to fighting the war in Afghanistan.

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