Hacked By Afghan Cyber Army

August 6th, 2012

Hacked By Afghan Cyber Army

 

Afghan Cyber Army is Arrived
Hacked By Worm Inj3Ctor
Porkistan Did you know ,who are We?

We are Afghans ,We don’t Forget We don’t Forgive

We will Revenge our brother’s Blood Today or Tomarrow ,We or our Children.

Rest in peace the Heroes of Afghanistan We will Never Forget your Sacrifice..

And we will never let porkies and this world Forget it too.

Paktika We are With you

Live for Afghanistan or leave Afghanistan

expect us.

Ab Waqat-e-Jihad Aeya

August 6th, 2012



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Insani Zahniyet-Khud Fraibi-Nafsiyat

December 5th, 2011



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Invaluable literary works

November 28th, 2011

Random thoughts
By Dr A Q Khan
November 28, 2011

The last few columns were, unfortunately, on unpleasant topics due to the prevailing sad circumstances in the country. In last week’s article I was forced to rebut the blatant lies of a certain journalist who claims to be the commanding officer of Imran Khan’s task force. Today I would like to write about some fine books that I have read recently. These are literary gems for students, political analysts, authors, etc., to read, enjoy and benefit from.

The first book, Afghanistan and Pakistan-Conflict, Extremism and Resistance to Modernity, is written by our ableintelligent and competent former foreign secretary Riaz Mohammad Khan. It was recently published in the US by the Woodrow Wilson Centre Press and in Pakistan by Oxford University Press. Riaz Khan is also the author of Untying the Afghan Knot: Negotiating Soviet Withdrawal (1991), an important book on the topic.

Riaz Mohammad Khan is a dear and staunch friend. When Gen Musharraf, playing the US stooge, confined me to my house, cut off our telephone lines, confiscated our mobiles and stopped visits from family and friends, Riaz ignored the official orders and the possible consequences and continued to visit us, bringing with him a breath of fresh air to my wife and myself. A career diplomat, he served as Pakistan’s ambassador in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, the European Union, Belgium and China. He also held important desks in the Foreign Office, including that of DG for Afghanistan.

Riaz has a very pleasant, interesting, intellectual and low profile personality and one needs to know his background to be able to fully appreciate this book, for which he conducted extensive research.
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Anmol Jawahar

November 28th, 2011



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