Diplomats don’t make many mistakes. Certainly not mistakes like attending a reception for 20 minutes and posing for pictures and also giving positive comments. The Israeli newspaper Haaretz is keeping them honest [http://www.haaretz.com/print-edition/news/israel-s-un-ambassador-attends-le-pen-meeting-by-mistake-1.393919] . But what is afoot here? Let us take a
![www.supportimrankhan.org](http://www.supportimrankhan.org/images/lets-build-better-pakistan-imran-khan.jpg)Pakistanis are a hardy and pragmatic people. Recently, exhibiting some signs of a true democracy, they have probably averted some of the worse outcomes being discussed only a few months ago. We’ll discuss some of the recent events here:
So, the Chicago Tribune censors the political cartoon strip Doonesbury. Here is what the editor had to say [http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/tribnation/chi-doonesbury-pulled-from-chicago-tribune-this-week-20110912,0,5161792.story] : > To be sure, “Doonesbury” is a satirical cartoon, but the remarks are serious enough that we cannot publish the strip without more
Following a six-month long investigative research project, the Center for American Progress released a 130-page report today which reveals that more than $42 million from seven foundations over the past decade have helped fan the flames of anti-Muslim hate in America. The authors — Wajahat Ali, Eli Clifton, Matt Duss, Lee
For a number of years, the United States has had a reckless fiscal policy driven by wars and defence spending. The country has been sailing on not much more than its inexorable momentum — a centuries-old legacy of good governance, a democracy that could elect an African-American with the middle name
Despite media reports and conventional wisdom, both countries face very similar human rights abuse charges: * torture in police custody * disappearance and extra-judicial killings in areas of political conflict and insurgency * no result of many ‘inquiries’ Report on Pakistan: http://www.state.gov/documents/organization/160472.pdf Report on India: http:
I had been writing for a long time that the multi-million-dollar campaign in the US by the Ahmadiyya cult was just a ploy to try to get a seat on Representative King’s hearings on ‘home-grown radicalization’ [http://www.qern.org/en/the-Pete-McCarthy-King-inquisition]. According to this story [http://www.buffalonews.