"Pakistan being the only Muslim nuclear equipped country makes us strong and weak at the same time, our maney adversaries have tried to weaken us economically as well as politically. At the recently concluded meeting in Saudi Arabia in his speech…"
"First of all I'd like to congratulate all the lovers of Pakistan and Pakistan cricket, it was an awesome display of true grit, huge amounts of confidence and self belief from everyone in the squad, great leadership from the captain Sarfaraz and…"
"India is becoming more intolerant day by day since this terrorist Modi became prime minister of the country, as Riaz Saab has mentioned a Muslim man was beaten to death by a mob of hindutva fanatics on the mare rumour of eating beef, and yet India…"
"They have gifted the world nuclear holacousts in Hiroshima and Nagasaki, they have propped up apartheid regimes in South Africa and Israel and yet, according to the mainstream media its the Muslims who are the terrorists."
"People in the media regularly ask is Islam a peaceful religion, what they should be asking is , is Christianity a religion of peace bearing in mind our Christian brothers have been, by far, the greatest killers of humanity.From the time of the first…"
"Not surprised at all at the appointment of Adityanath as CM of utter Purdesh, one extremist appointing another.
Modi has been a lifelong member of RSS, that tells me everything about this hateful man, the same man who compared the murder of…"
"A typical Pakistani politician with very little loyalty to Pakistan or the Pakistani people. People like him are the reason why Pakistan, despite being blessed with a hardworking motivated population and tremendous amount of natural resources, is…"
Mehmood Malik is now a member of PakAlumni Worldwide: The Global Social Network
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It is commonly accepted that Iran and Pakistan remained the best of friends until the fall of the Shah. Beginning in 1979, the relations between the two neighbors worsened with Imam Khomeni's Islamic Revolution in Iran and General Zia ul Haq's Islamization in Pakistan.