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Azadkashmir

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create a channel like trt bt also expose usa crimes and false flag like operation gladio in italy and actually broadcast it in italy. where usa does crime expose in that country.
 

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Germany is probably the most tolerant nation and speak out against white supremacy the most.

This is their state media reporting on the issue of jihadist terror (and certain enablers of it), not Sean Hannity or Arnab etc.

Germany are about as far as you could get from right wing nationalism or Islamophobia generally.
 

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Germany is probably the most tolerant nation and speak out against white supremacy the most.

This is their state media reporting on the issue of jihadist terror (and certain enablers of it), not Sean Hannity or Arnab etc.

Germany are about as far as you could get from right wing nationalism or Islamophobia generally.
Deutschland also arrested RAW operatives openly spying in the country.

They should look at the Karachi bomb plot and see who is involved. Maybe it's the French generals
 

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This is 5th gen warfare, not simply enough to merely deny accusations but one should put their own narrative ahead and be proactive.

Sponsor a programme against R&AW and its terrorism in Kashmir, Pakistan and Afghanistan for example.
 

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Germany is probably the most tolerant nation and speak out against white supremacy the most.

This is their state media reporting on the issue of jihadist terror (and certain enablers of it), not Sean Hannity or Arnab etc.

Germany are about as far as you could get from right wing nationalism or Islamophobia generally.
Expect a pajeet to come out of his rathole to celebrate anything remotely biased against Muslims in general and Pakistanis in particular.

If you had bothered to watch the entire clip and have an iota of knowledge of these events you'd have immediately identified that it is a propaganda piece instead of chanting your usual "phul sapport saaar".
 

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It seems like after after PM Imran Khan's recent interview, the western media could not digest it.
Now they are openly trying to defame our country and army and putting severe allegations on our agency.
Indian lobbies are at work once again.
The desperate act of an empire rotting away at its core.

Pakistan ought establish a sustained and comprehensive friendship with the Russian Federation and all those countries that pursue their right to exist in independence of the hegemonic, zionist owned and controlled West.

Turkey, Iran, Venezuela, Argentina, African nations, that pursue their independence in policy and trade, are good candidates to establish relationship with. The only thing that the Muslim world is anxiously awaiting, is for Turkey to leave NATO and for Pakistan to leave IMF/WB debt-trap.
 

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It seems like after after PM Imran Khan's recent interview, the western media could not digest it.
Now they are openly trying to defame our country and army and putting severe allegations on our agency.
Indian lobbies are at work once again.
DW documentaries, who are they and where are they from
 

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Germany is probably the most tolerant nation and speak out against white supremacy the most.

This is their state media reporting on the issue of jihadist terror (and certain enablers of it), not Sean Hannity or Arnab etc.

Germany are about as far as you could get from right wing nationalism or Islamophobia generally.

The agenda of this report is pathetically obvious and must be rubbished. They didn't even bothered checking with their regional "puppets" as to what is the reality on the ground.


 

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I only ask one thing they do what they do... where is our counter narrative? what are we doing about it? What are our ambassadors and consulars doing in their deputed countries? what is our media doing? what is PEMRA doing about issuing directives to our media outlets? What are we as a nation doing especially our expats and tourists, who are ambassadors of the country in their own right, doing to promote our narrative and the positive image of Pakistan?
 

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So in the video it says LeT is responsible for thousands of Terrorists attacks in Kashmir, can anyone post links of 100 Terror attacks done by LeT ? I'll wait :)

Isn't the DW Germany same media outlet that stop criticizing Israel because they think its Germany's duty to Protect Israel even when they are committing war crimes?
 

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Describing OBL

THE foreign minister’s recent refusal to call Osama bin Laden a terrorist in an interview with an Afghan media outlet is perplexing and defies logic. There are times to be diplomatic and parry sticky questions. However, this certainly didn’t appear to be one of those instances.

Asked by Tolo News if he disagreed with the prime minister’s reference to Osama bin Laden as a ‘martyr’ in the National Assembly (during a discussion on the US operation in Abbottabad that had killed the Al Qaeda chief) last year, Shah Mahmood Qureshi stated that the prime minister’s remarks had been taken out of context. On being asked if he (Mr Qureshi) regarded him as a martyr, he said: “I will let it pass”.

Mr Qureshi could have used this opportunity to clearly state that Pakistan considers the late Al Qaeda mastermind a terrorist. However, his non-committal comments sent the wrong message to a global audience.

Pakistan’s top leadership needs to be absolutely clear when it comes to describing fighters like bin Laden.


Once upon a time, during the heady days of the Afghan ‘jihad’, bin Laden and other ‘Afghan Arabs’ like him may have been in the good books of the US, Saudi Arabia and Pakistan due to their usefulness against the Soviets. But in the post-9/11 era, bin Laden’s activities fell within the purview of terrorism. At one time, Al Qaeda was considered public enemy number one for governments around the globe, with the terrorist outfit staging bloody attacks across the world, and targeting civilians without discrimination.

Furthermore, after Osama bin Laden’s death, though Al Qaeda’s destructive prowess may have waned, other, even more bloodthirsty militants took its place, as Al Qaeda became the prototype for militants worldwide. For example, the self-styled Islamic State group, that emerged from the deserts of Iraq, was basically the new avatar of Al Qaeda in Iraq.

Also, bin Laden was an ideological hero to many militants in Pakistan, who had no qualms about taking on the state and spilling the blood of the innocent. Few would disagree that bin Laden was the most influential religious militant of the current era, inspiring terrorist groups across the world with his ideology and tactics. Therefore, there should be no ‘ifs’ or ‘buts’ and the message our government should be sending to the world is that Osama bin Laden was very much a terrorist.

Published in Dawn, June 22nd, 2021
 

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