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Retired engineer from aircraft industry and a freelance columnist.

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SHARE More Sharing        Sunday, May 15, 2011
Some Thoughts on Osama's Death Article briefly discusses the legacy of Osama bin Laden and the circumstances that made him what he was - a militant.
SHARE More Sharing        Wednesday, March 23, 2011
Hypocrisy At Its Finest U.S. and its European allies' hypocrisy gets blatantly exposed when one considers that Libya, a country bold and unyielding to the U.S. pressures, is rained with missiles for fighting a mutiny at the hands of well-armed rebels while the regime in Bahrain, a country under U.S hegemony control, is aided in its brutal crackdown on unarmed anti government protesters.
SHARE More Sharing        Tuesday, March 8, 2011
Egyptian Revolution is Not Over Yet, it Just Begun The mighty tower of power occupied by Hosni Mubarak may have crumbled, however, the question remains, would a new edifice based on the people's will be erected on the ruins of the old order or just a façade wall will be raised to cover the former. Would the U.S., a de facto power player in the region, allow fair and transparent elections that could replace the subservient regime with the independent minded democratic forces
SHARE More Sharing        Sunday, February 13, 2011
Palestinian Papers -- Another Tale in the Long Saga of Betrayal The sad tale contained in more than 1600 document is just one page in the long and troubling saga of betrayal that has come to describe Middle Eastern Arab politics since the First World War. The story is fascinating, but a sad reading. It begins with the symbolic but cataclysmic shot that Sharif Hussein, Emir of Makkah, fired from his palace towards Ottoman military base in Makkah in June 1916.
(1 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Monday, January 31, 2011
Self-Defense or Spy Mission Went awry Diplomats do not travel in a locally rented car and go cruising with large sum of money and automatic weapon in the not so desirable part of the town. It is very plausible that Davis was on a mission and the mission went awry. Pakistanis strongly suspects U.S. hands in the terror bombings in their country.
SHARE More Sharing        Wednesday, October 13, 2010
Kashmir --" Roots of Problem, Farce of Elections, and Resolution The article briefly discusses the root of the Kashmir problem and the game of election that's being played in the state to cover up the illegitimacy of Indian rule in the disputed territory.
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SHARE More Sharing        Friday, June 18, 2010
Israeli Intransigence and the U.S. Support The Israeli influence in Washington is well known and well documented. It's exerted through commanding Jewish organizations, the powerful pro-Israeli lobby, and Christian organizations. This influence has no equal or precedence in American political history or in the history of any other country. The US's uncritically sympathetic and unstinted support gets to the point where it appears ludicrous and racist.
(1 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Wednesday, May 26, 2010
Afghanistan War -- A Saga of Lopsided Death and Destruction Discussion oflopsided death and destruction the Afghan war brought to men, women, and children of Afghanistan. The widespread destruction betrays the U.S. claim that the war was launched with the aim to uproot Taliban regime, and capture Osama bin Laden; it appeared more in line with Bush's famous John Wayne style rhetoric, "smoke them out" and "Bring 'em on".
SHARE More Sharing        Thursday, April 22, 2010
Afghanistan War --" "A Waste of Blood and Treasure" The article attempts to describe the war in Afghanistan as a tragic exercise in futile destruction and display of naked arrogance. The eight year of bloodshed has not produced any desirable result either for the U.S. or for Afghanistan, and further continuation and intensification of the war would only bring further death and destruction.
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(1 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Friday, April 9, 2010
Chechnya: Conflict and Solution The recent blasts in Moscow and Dagestan are grim reminder of the Russia's failure to preserve control over Chechnya - a volatile tinderbox of ethnic tension and secessionist movements. The continuing saga of violence and death underscores the impossibility of a purely military resolution of the conflicts in the restive North Caucasian republic.
SHARE More Sharing        Tuesday, March 30, 2010
Muslim Militancy: Genesis and the Solution Islam and Muslims are greatly maligned today for the political violence around the world. This article evaluates the reasons for Muslim militancy and suggest political solution to the menace.