All posts tagged: ispr

Q&A: America and the Change in its Agents in Pakistan

Question: Al Jazeera English reported on 28/ 04/2022 that, “Pakistan’s Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif has appointed Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari, son of assassinated former Premier Benazir Bhutto, as foreign minister… At just 33, Bhutto-Zardari becomes one of the world’s youngest foreign ministers… Sharif announced a 41-member cabinet after he took over from removed premier Imran Khan earlier […]

Had Pak-Saudi Military Maneuvers Eliminated the Jewish Occupation of the First Qibla and the Hindu State Occupation of Kashmir, They Would Have Been Truly Worthy of Mention

The Pak-Saudi military exercise “Al-Kassah-III” began on 14 December 2021, at the King Khalid Military City, Hafar Al-Batin, Saudi Arabia. According to Pakistan’s ISPR, these exercises are to enhance the cleansing and disposal of Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs). Such IEDs are used by Muslims fighting against occupying forces in Kashmir and Palestine today, having been […]

In the Name of Power-Sharing, Pakistan’s Rulers are Striving to Salvage the US Colonialist State Structure in Afghanistan

An emergency meeting of Pakistan’s National Security Committee (NSC) was held on 16 August 2021, chaired by Imran Khan and attended by federal ministers and commanders of Pakistan’s armed forces, regarding Afghanistan, as if an independent foreign policy decision was to be made.

Conceding to Modi to Make Way for Indian Regional Dominance, Pakistan’s Rulers Tone Down Nuclear Deterrence Messaging

The Bajwa-Imran regime continues its misguided policy of normalization with the Hindu State, granting Modi concessions to restart the peace process with the Hindu State. Rather than issuing a powerful message from the armed forces’ public relations wing, ISPR, confirming “credible deterrence” or “full spectrum deterrence,” on “Youm e Takbeer,” 28th May, the anniversary of […]