Pakistan Army

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One year on, they still haven`t returned. #APS

A year ago, they woke up, got dressed and had their breakfast. Their mothers kissed them goodbye, motherly instincts told them to look at their children for a few more seconds, to embrace them once more, to kiss them once more, to smell their scent once more. As they went to their school, no one … Continue reading

#BadaberAttack| Attack on Badaber PAF camp.

On 18th September 2015 at the time of dawn prayers, the Badaber PAF camp in the suburbs of Peshawar was attacked by almost 14 armed terrorists dressed in FC uniforms. According to preliminary reports, the terrorists entered the base from 2 locations and were immediately thwarted by the manned outposts. From that point the terrorists split up into 3 teams. As 2 teams engaged the military personnel on duty, one team of terrorists managed to rush towards a mosque where the dawn prayers were being offered. Continue reading

Pakistan clamping down upon terror financing.

Times are changing, new alliances are being forged between the East and the West, old enemies are becoming friends and international boundaries are being altered. Amidst all the chaos and panic which seems to have gripped Asia, Pakistan a country which was for a long time seen as the hub of terror is now turning a new page. Continue reading

2 months since APS attack!

2 months ago scenes of carnage and utmost brutality shook the entire Pakistani nation when terrorists carried out inhumane massacre of 150+ students in Army Public School and College in Peshawar. Terrorists of Taliban came and shot students one by one, specifically targeting those students who came from military families. The accounts of the massacre … Continue reading

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

Originally posted on In the Mainstream:
“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,…

Tribute to the Martyrs.

30th April is commemorated all across Pakistan as the Youm e Shohada, to honor and remember the martyrs, who laid down their lives for this Pak Sar Zameen. A lofty status such as that of Martyrdom, is reserved only for those souls, who live for others and never hesitate for a second to sacrifice their … Continue reading

Terrorism or Revolution!

The flowers are blooming, birds chirping and air getting warmer all signs are suggesting the inevitable arrival of spring in Pakistan. In any saner part of the world, people would have been overjoyed upon the arrival of spring, whereas in Pakistan, spring marks the arrival of Taliban. This however is not a natural phenomenon,instead it … Continue reading

Qaid-e-Azam’s House Burns, Soldiers Are Martyred And The Earth Quakes

At a time where we see nothing but misery, death, bloodshed and poverty blackening the pure land of Pakistan, it is a wonder what the cause of such heavy grief is. Have we been abandoned by Almighty Allah? One verse from the Noble Qur’an explains clearly, “And whatever misfortune befalls you (comes upon you) as … Continue reading

A Tribute to the Martyrs of 1965

Youm-e-Difa, 6th September known as ‘Defense Day’, is a day of celebration and reflection for all Pakistanis to honor the sacrifice of our valiant soldiers who were martyred in the Indo-Pakistan war of 1965. Our courageous soldiers successfully defended Lahore, Sialkot and other important areas within Pakistan from the enemy and ensured WE THE NATION remained safe and protected. … Continue reading

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 … Continue reading