Pakistan

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Group.png Pakistan   SourcewatchRdf-icon.png
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LocationAsia
Typenation state
SubgroupsInter-Services Intelligence
Member ofGlobal Counter Terrorism Forum

Pakistan is an Asian nation state. As of 2017, citizens of Pakistan are regularly murdered by drones.

Origins

Pakistan was created in 1947 with the Partition of India.

Drone murders

In 2009, Dianne Feinstein, the chair of the Senate Intelligence Committee revealed that the Pakistani government was hosting CIA drones for strikes on Pakistanis.[1] The USA has murdered hundreds (at least) of Pakistanis by drones. It appears to be carrying out extensive research into use of drones for terrorisation, as part of a modern strategy of tension.

Nuclear Weapons

Pakistan, which has an ongoing border dispute with India about the territory of Kashmir has nuclear weapons. In May 2015, the Sunday Times reported that Saudi Arabia had decided to buy nuclear weapons from Pakistan.[2]

 

Ambassadors to Pakistan

Nation stateStartDescription
Ambassador to Pakistan
UK/High Commissioner to Pakistan1947
US/Ambassador to Pakistan20 September 1947

 

Group

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Inter-Services Intelligence

 

Citizens of Pakistan on Wikispooks

TitleBornDiedDescription
Sayeed Zabiuddin Ansari30 November 1980
Shaukat Aziz6 March 1949Le Cercle
Mamnoon Hussain23 December 1940
Mujahid Kamran23 January 1951
Abdul Qadeer Khan1 April 1936Father of the Islamic Bomb
Zafrulla Khan6 February 18931 September 1985Proponent of Pakistan, Bilderberger
Pervez Musharraf11 August 1943
Niaz Naik8 August 2009
Tashbih Sayyed194123 May 2007
Aafia Siddiqui2 March 1972Aafia Siddiqui is an American-educated Pakistani cognitive neuroscientist, tortured and raped for years by US forces, now serving a life sentence after a trial of a highly questionable nature.
Malala Yousafzai12 July 1997
Asif Ali Zardari26 July 1955
Musharraf Hussain al-Azhari

 

Related Document

TitleTypePublication dateAuthor(s)Description
Document:Pakistan Military version of Border Post Attackreview1 February 2012Asif Haroon RajaPakistani military review of the NATO attack on two of its border posts on 26 November 2011


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