Do Islamists need a way out?

The Case of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt in Islam and Politics: Renewal and Resistance in the Muslim World, Stimson Regional Voices, Henry L. Stimson Center Washington, 2009, pp 3-16].

Egyptian-origin Pakistani student found mysteriously missing in Islamabad

Defence of Human Rights held a press conference on 27th May 2011 04:00 PM in National Press Club Islamabad.

Al-Qaeda’s suspect humanitarianism

Is bin Laden’s concern for flood victims a ruse to destabilize Pakistan?

Emergency Meeting of Relief Organizations of OIC Member States

The Emergency Meeting of Relief Organizations of OIC Member States was held in Islamabad on August 29, 2010 (18th Ramadan-ul-Mubarak, 1431). The Meeting was co-chaired by the OIC Secretary General

‏OIC Calls for Long-Term Programmes for Reconstruction the flood Affected areas in Pakistan

The Secretary General of the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC), Professor Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu called upon the IDB, in consultation with the government of Pakistan, to work out long-term programmes

Obama’s Bungled Military Strategies

This is Part III of a series by former CIA analyst Melvin A. Goodman addressing the presidency and the Pentagon.

Mr. 10%: Our Man in Islamabad

In my office hang photos of this writer with Pakistan's last four leaders. Two of them - Zia ul Haq and Benazir Bhutto - were murdered. Former prime minister Nawaz

Pakistan troops killed 15 militants in tribal region

Pakistan troops killed at least 15 militants in the country's troubled north western badlands near the Afghan border, officials said on Thursday.

US in Back-channel Talks with Afghan Taliban

ISLAMABAD: After fighting a bloody war in Afghanistan for more than eight years, the United States appears to have undertaken a re-think of its policy and has started engaging the

Taliban Decline US Offer Of 6 Provinces for 8 Bases

The emboldened Taliban movement in Afghanistan turned down an American offer of power-sharing in exchange for accepting the presence of foreign troops, Afghan government sources confirmed.