November 12, 2014

Will U.S./NATO Attack Pakistan? US Leaving Bases In Afghanistan To Counter Pak's Nukes - Najam Sethi

A photo from an anti-NATO protest in Pakistan in November 2011. Source.

Najam Sethi is the 16th and former (caretaker) chief minister of Punjab. He is an award-winning yet controversial Pakistani journalist, editor, and media personality, the editor-in-chief of The Friday Times, a Lahore based political weekly, and previously the editor of Daily Times and Daily Aajkal newspapers.

In 1999, he was arrested by Inter-Services Intelligence following an interview with the British Broadcasting Corporation on government corruption, and detained for almost a month without charges. In 2008 and 2009, he was subject to death threats from Islamist groups for his papers' anti-fundamentalist stances.

Sethi won the 1999 International Press Freedom Award of the US-based Committee to Protect Journalists and the 2009 World Association of Newspapers' Golden Pen of Freedom Award.
Video Title: US Leaving Bases In Afghanistan To Counter Pak's Nukes - Najam Sethi. Source: DLX Area 1. Date Published: June 21, 2013. Description:
Bad news to Pakistan. United States is building huge bases in Afghanistan to counter nuclear weapons of Pakistan. This interesting anecdote of Najam Sethi about the conversation between Pakistani Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf and Afghan President Hamid Karzai reveals this bitter truth. However the most interesting part of this video is the sweet smile of Amrullah Saleh. Don't miss it.

Video Title: The Attack On Pakistan Is Coming - Sheikh Imran Hosein. Date Published: December 17, 2013.

Video Title: India and Afghanistan Must cooperate to Defeat Pakistan | Amrullah Saleh Explains. Source: IndiaEternal. Date Published: November 3, 2014.