Former CIA Station Chief to Face Murder Charges

The Most Revolutionary Act

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According to the Guardian, Pakistan’s high court justice Shaukat Asiz Siddi has ruled that murder charges be brought against Jonathan Banks, the former CIA station chief in Islamabad. The charges relate to CIA drone strikes against innocent civilians in North Waziristan. It’s an extremely explosive story, which the US media has largely ignored.

Siddiqui also ordered criminal charges brought against John A Rizzo, the former CIA lawyer who signed off on the legality of drone strikes against Pakistan.

Banks’s undercover CIA role first became public in 2009 when tribesman Karin Khan filed a civil lawsuit against him over a drone attack that killed his father and son.

With his cover was blown, Banks was forced to resign his post and leave Pakistan.

The incident sparked major speculation how Khan and his lawyer Shahzad Akbar could possibly have known the identity of the CIA station chief. Many suspected Pakistani intelligence…

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Former Director General Inter-Services Intelligence, Lieutenant General (R) Hamid Gul

An interesting interview of Former DG ISI , the man who was at the forefront of the Afghan war in 80`s.

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DSCN0517-001 “Fear is no policy, and surrender is no option,” said Hamid Gul. 

Hamid Gul is a retired three-star general, and Pakistan’s former spymaster. He is a daring man whose life in general, and career in Pakistan Army in particular, is marked by courage. He joined Pakistan Army in 1958, and has led an illustrious military life. His father and grandfather were also in the military. Gen Hamid Gul has served as Tank Commander during the Indo-Pak War of 1965, at the Chiwanda front. He was a prominent figure of the Zia ul Haq regime. During the Soviet Union’s 1979 war in Afghanistan, he actively led efforts against the foreign intervention.

In 1992, he resigned from Pakistan Army, but has continued to actively participate in the national life.

I was nervous about the meeting, initially, after it was finalized. But upon meeting him, I found him to be a warm and…

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A National Tribute to the Sons of the Pak Sar Zameen

Every day that passes, one cannot forget the blessed Army of Pakistan and its sacrifices for keeping Pakistan alive. Had it not been for our brave soldiers, the enemy would have long destroyed this country that Qaid e Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah (May Allah bless his Soul) sought so passionately for. The 6th of September is …