Why Muslim countries must unite in favor of the rights of Kashmiri Muslims? By Dr. Ibrahim Islam

Oppression still continues in Kashmir. Many images of torture are not coming out due to lack of access to impartial media. The Hindu government of India does not stop at suppressing the Muslims of Kashmir. In the name of NRC, millions of Muslims from every state have been expelled from India. Alt


UN should probe structure of torture in Kashmir. By Dr. Ghulam Nabi Fai, Secretary General, World Kashmir Awareness Forum

‘The Committee Against Torture’ which is headed by Ambassador Claude Heller of Mexico, is having its seventy-seventh session in Geneva which will continues until July 28, 2023. ‘The Committee Against Torture’, ‘The Subcommittee for the Prevention of Torture,’ &


Are Foreign diplomats in Bangladesh playing roles like internal political activists? By Pathik Hasan, a Dhaka based security and strategic affairs analyst

Foreign diplomats become active when the election time approaches. Their activity becomes like a political party. While the ruling party protested this breach of etiquette, the opposition parties rightly took their word for it. Sometimes prompting them to be more active. They are also seen going


Midway to Agenda 2030: Why are we off the track on gender equality? By SUMITA THAPAR

 With only 90 months left to fulfil the Agenda 2030 promises made by our governments 90 months ago, we are far off the track. A United Nations report released this week shows that out of the 114 countries studied, not one has achieved gender equality. Over 99% women and girls live in a count


Burning the Quran is not pleasant. By Dr. Ibrahim Islam

Al-Qur'an is the book of guidance sent by Allah Ta'ala. In this Quran, there are all the guidelines for managing the life of mankind. From the beginning of creation, Allah Ta'ala has described the words of all the Prophets and Messengers and the descriptions of various heavenly books


Significance of US Undersecretary Uzra Jaya’s Bangladesh visit. By Indrajit Kumar

What he said in the interview given to the news agency UNB, the balloon of excitement of many has leaked. He called for ‘rejecting violence and supporting a truly inclusive, peaceful, free and fair democratic process’. He said, ‘Let us let the people of Bangladesh decide’.


Can Bangladesh-India work together in light of Indo-Pacific Strategy? By Sufian Siddique

Pakistan has been absent from India’s foreign policy for a long time. As the waters of the Indian Ocean have begun to rise in China’s global dominance over the past decade, the country has been eyeing the eastern shores of the Bay of Bengal from the west. Since Bangladesh has a stable


Communal nationalism in India may not like Le Monde’s ‘Modi the butcher of Gujarat’ spoiler but after China experience the West is trying to be alive to ideology. By Hem Raj Jain

The West led by the USA wouldn’t like to repeat the mistake with India what it did with China of neglecting ideology (ii)- Contrary legal (judicial) and political (electoral) verdicts don’t negate facts on ground (iii)- Journalists are under obligation to apply “reverse inferenc


Why the two US Under Sectaries are pleased with the Bangladesh government's commitment? By Sufian Siddique

The US delegation led by Under Secretary Uzra Jaya returned after a four-day visit to Dhaka. Earlier, this delegation visited Dhaka last Tuesday evening. On their visit to Dhaka, they visited Cox's Bazar Rohingya camp and held meetings with Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, Law Minister Anisul Ha


Garcetti underestimating Manipur problem by not appreciating importance of role of religions (Hinduism & Christianity) and strategic considerations. By Hem Raj Jain

Without mobilizing US-Christianity the US-establishment  can’t do anything to help ‘violence-torn-Manipur’  Though on the face of it US-ambassador to India Eric Garcetti’s offer of US help (to resolve the crisis in mass-scale violence- torn State of Man


Can a coercive strategy in South Asia be counterproductive for the US? By Dr. Shakuntala Bhabani

Recent years have seen a perplexing change in the fundamental attitude of the West, led by the US, towards nations in South Asia. The US periodically exhibits a hostile and indifferent attitude towards this friendly country, despite participating in Security Dialogue and Partnership Dialogue with


Is the current American policy toward Bangladesh mis calculative? By Mehjabin Banhu

The new US visa policy was introduced before of the general elections in May 2023. US Secretary Antony Blinken made a remark that sounded more like a threat from Washington, saying that Bangladeshi people who meddle in the democratic political process would face visa restrictions, which is never


ISIS is Still the Most Imminent Threat in the Region: Peshmerga. By Manish Rai

Major General Usman Mohammad Mustafa is the Director General of Media and Awareness in the Ministry of Peshmerga Affairs effectively serving as the official spokesperson of Peshmerga forces. The Peshmerga are the military forces of the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) and one of the most capab


Abuse of Western freedom of speech and naked dualism towards Muslims must be stopped. By Dr. Ibrahim Islam

An Iraqi refugee named Salwan Momika publicly burned the Quran in front of the central mosque in Stockholm, Sweden, on the last Eid al-Adha. A few days ago, an anti-immigration and anti-Islam extremist organization called Stram Kurs burned the Quran in Malamo, Sweden. This heinous act was led by


Nepal-Bangladesh's 25-year power deal: a new dimension of cooperation in South Asia. By Jubeda Chowdhury

Bangladesh officials have agreed to sign a 25-year agreement to import 40 megawatts of electricity from Nepal.

According to media reports, both countries have reached an understanding on all technical and commercial aspects of the deal, apart from tariffs to be charged on the electricit

PCP need your support that we may provide you better services: click on donate
$10,$25,$50,$100, for any one who clicks & wants to donate.
"Trial of Pakistani Christian Nation" By Nazir S Bhatti

On demand of our readers, I have decided to release E-Book version of "Trial of Pakistani Christian Nation" on website of PCP which can also be viewed on website of Pakistan Christian Congress www.pakistanchristiancongress.org . You can read chapter wise by clicking tab on left handside of PDF format of E-Book.

nazirbhattipcc@aol.com , pakistanchristianpost@yahoo.com