All posts tagged: cpec

The Khilafah will Unify Muslim Manpower and Resources!

The Khilafah will Unify Muslim Manpower and Resources, Changing the Destiny of the Region through the Ideological Power of Islam A few thousand, poorly-armed, Afghan resistance fighters have buried the arrogance of a third colonialist power, in the graveyard of empires. It is time to establish the Khilafah, unifying Pakistan, Afghanistan and Central Asia, as […]

Pakistan and the Fallacy of Geo-Economics The Race for Central Asia

Since its founding, Pakistan has remained a state under threat. The eastern wing of the moth-eaten Pakistan that was compromised upon in 1947, had borders with a hostile neighbor, India, to the east. At the same time, its inception reopened old questions concerning ethnic fault lines in South Asia. Across the border to the east, […]

Deteriorating Internal Security is the Result of America’s Evil Presence in the Af-Pak Region

On 17 July 2021, the Interior Minister, Sheikh Rashid, stated that a 15-member team of Chinese investigators has joined the ongoing investigations into the Dasu bus explosion of 14 July, in which nine Chinese citizens were killed. He said, “We completely reassure the Chinese government that these culprits, hidden hands and enemies of CPEC and […]

Complicity or Naivety?

The recent statement by General Bajwa to “bury the past” at the Islamabad Security Conference held on 17th March 2021, in reference to Kashmir and India stirred a hornet’s nest across all spectrums within Pakistan, with criticism being the salient characteristic. This criticism has ranged from accusations of outright treachery to “a poor choice of […]

The Future of Pakistan’s Muslims can only Become Bright once Liberated from Chinese and American Colonialism by Implementing Islam

The friction between the US and China is currently the main issue on the international stage. China who until the eighties of the last century was not counted among nations that influenced and affected matters on a global level, has now found itself effecting the ambitions of major powers though retaining a regional focus.