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Hommage national aux victimes du terrorisme

Fazal ur Rehman Afridi (President of IRESK) represented International Alliance Against Terrorism (IAAT) at the ceremony to pay hommage to the victims of terrorism held on September 19, 2012 at Paris, France. The representatives of International Alliance Against Terrorism laid a floral wreath at the historical monument dedicated to the victims of terrorism. The fact, the President mentioned particularly, in his speech that children are the target of Terrorists, shows that the message of Collectif Contre le Terrorism (CCT) spear-headed by Afridi is gradually reaching the important governments in Europe which will pave the way for effective legislation on national and international level to protect children from the scourge of terrorism. Later, Afridi had an honour to briefly meet the president, introduced himself, shook hands and took a photo. (Communique by IRESK)

REUTERS 19 septembre 2012 – Elizabeth Pineau, édité par Emmanuel Jary

Le président François Hollande s’est engagé mercredi dans la lutte “contre toutes les formes de terrorisme”, qui fera l’objet d’un projet de loi tirant notamment les leçons des fusillades de Toulouse et Montauban, au printemps dernier.

François Hollande, Président de la République, a présidé la commémoration organisée par l’Association française des victimes du Terrorisme AfVT.org,  en présence des plus hautes autorités civiles, militaires, religieuses et diplomatiques.

La cérémonie est organisée chaque 19 septembre, était cette année marquée par le souvenir de ces assassinats perpétrés par Mohammed Merah, qui ont fait sept morts, dont trois enfants de moins de dix ans. Continue reading →

Face au terrorisme, sauver les enfants !

Rencontre organisée par le Mouvement Pour la Paix et Contre le Terrorisme, Mercredi 30 mai 2012 à 19 h en partenariat avec

Fazal ur Rehman Afridi, journaliste pakistanais, président de l’IRESK, Institut de recherche et d’études stratégiques de KhyberContinue reading →

Les sanctions sont-elles la seule solution pour convaincre l’Iran de céder aux exigences occidentales de cesser son programme nucléaire ? Sont-elles la seule manière de faire accepter par le gouvernement iranien un contrôle sur son programme d’enrichissement de l’uranium, qui forme le cœur d’une bombe atomique ? Continue reading →

De-pashtunization of pashtuns

De-pashtunization of pashtuns

For more than a thousand years the Afghan nation, and Pashtun tribes in particular, have resisted all foreign efforts of domination.

Efforts by great empires have failed to suppress rich Pashtun culture and traditions, created during ancient Silk Road trading, the Jirga, language, art, music, song, poetry, dance, sports, food, humor, hospitality, etc… Continue reading →

Pétition Libérez Asia Bibi /Free Asia Bibi

Pour:M. Asif Ali Zardari, Président de la République islamique du Pakistan, M. Ban Ki-moon, Secrétaire Général des Nations Unies

Libérez Asia Bibi / Free Asia Bibi

Depuis juin 2009, la citoyenne pakistanaise Asia Bibi mère de 5 enfants, est incarcérée dans des conditions épouvantables et indignes dans la prison de Sheikhupura dans la province du Penjab. Continue reading →

An unholy Al-Qaeda-ISI nexus, A real threat to Israel?

AL-QAEDA-ISI UNHOLY NEXUS:

Israel is busy with her Arab neighbors attempting to defend its citizens and its geographic borders. But a larger and potentially more dangerous threat is probably being cooked up in South Asia, in Pakistan. The alliance of al-Qaeda and Pakistan’s ISI is now planning to target Israel. It may be recalled that in the 26/11 Mumbai attack, besides the many other centres in Mumbai that were targeted,  the Chabad House, a centre for serving Jews visiting Mumbai, was attacked, resulting in the killing of 6 Jews.  A trial dealing with that terrorist attack is taking place in a Brooklyn court in New York City, without any results so far. Continue reading →

Libérez Asia Bibi !

Libérez Asia Bibi !

A l’occasion du 8 mars, journée internationale des femmes, et à l’appel du Collectif contre le terrorisme, 21 associations et mouvements ont signé un appel pour la libération de la citoyenne pakistanaise chrétienne, Asia Bibi, mère de 5 enfants, emprisonnée et condamnée à mort pour blasphème au Pendjab pour avoir bu de l’eau dans un verre réservé à ses camarades musulmanes. Continue reading →

Manifestation à Paris pour protester contre les violences du régime syrien

Manifestion a Paris

Coïncidant avec la journée d’action organisée par Amnesty International en soutien aux manifestations pacifiques dans le monde entier et plus particulièrement au Moyen-Orient et en Afrique du Nord, une importante manifestation a été organisée, samedi 11 février 2012 à Paris, Continue reading →

Bonn International Conference on Afghanistan

Afridil at Bonn Conference in Germany

By: Fazal ur Rehman Afridi

Bonn International Conference on Afghanistan can rightly be termed a milestone in the right direction in the recent history of Afghanistan. This mega-event will go a long way in the resolution of the long-standing problems of this war-torn country. Afghanistan is faced with Security, governance and economic deficit. Continue reading →

ROGUE ARMY OF PAKISTAN

Paris-France

Emergence of blood-borders in Pakistan

First published on October 01, 2010

The horrifying video reported by Jane Perlez in an article of New York Times on September 29, 2010, showing Pakistan Army officers mass-killing six innocent blind-folded young men with their hands tied-back, has shocked the world. The way the Pakistani soldiers shot and killed the young men some of them as young as 14 years and then shooting at short range on those who were still alive and wounded, to finish them, dwarfs the atrocities committed by chetnik Serbs in Bosnia & Herzegovina. Continue reading →

journee internationale contre le terrorisme

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

„Marche et rassemblement . Non au terrorisme ! .

Kiosque du Jardin du Luxembourg 10h – 12h

Avec le soutien de la ville de Paris

Rue Soufflot 12 h 30 – 13 h 30 (sous reserve d¡¦autorisation prefectorale)

avec Fode Sylla, Parrain du Collectif Contre le Terrorisme, Malka Marcovich, consultante

internationale en droits humains, Richard Rossin, President du Mouvement Pour la Paix et Contre le Terrorisme, Fazal Ur Rehman Afridi, journaliste pakistanais Continue reading →

JOURNALISTS PREDATORS

A report by Marine Loy of France Culture: published on August 18, 2010

Fazal a le visage impassible. Il se tient, fier et droit devant l’objectif de l’appareil photo et s’applique pour parler en français, qu’il apprend très vite. Il maîtrise déjà entre autres le serbe, le russe, l’hindi et l’anglais. Il insiste, en passant devant un portrait dédié à Anna Politkovskaïa, sur le modèle qu’elle représente pour tous les journalistes de la maison: “elle nous encourage” ajoute-t-il. Il y a un peu plus d’un an qu’il est en France, pour fuir les Talibans.  Continue reading →

Afridi speeches at Lycée Phiippe Lamour à Nîmes, et Le lycée Professionnel Jules VERNE, Tarare.

Published first on July 21, 2010

Fazal ur Rehman Afridi, journalist, writer and Human Rights Activist visited Lycée Phiippe Lamour at the city of Nîmes and Lycée Professionnel Jules VERNE, at the city of Tarare in France respectively. He elaborated on the social, economic, geographic and political situation in Pakistan with particular reference to War on terror and the press freedom situation. Continue reading →

KHYBER PAKHTUNKHWA-PASHTUNS HAVE GOT THE NAME

By: Fazal ur Rehman Afridi

Published first on April 04, 2010

I congratulate my Pashtuns brothers for getting their name as KHYBER PAKHTUNKHWA. I am really happy as proud Afridi having the same roots as Khatir Afridi of Khyber that our important old historic name KHYBER has also been included in the name. Continue reading →

PAK-US STRATEGIC DIALOGUE- A PASHTUN PERSPECTIVE

The hollow claims of Pakistan commitment to peace in Afghanistan have been exposed by the statement of the former UN special representative to Afghanistan Mr. Kai Eide that the resent arrest of high profile Talibans leadership by Pakistani authorities, have jeopardized the process of secret peace talks with moderate Talibans. Mr. Karzai was also infuriated by these arrests though not expressing it publically. This mis-adventure of Pakistan indicate the real villainous intentions of Pakistan Military Establishment for elusive peace in Afghanistan. Continue reading →

Afridi delivered speech to the students of the Lycee cité scolaire Blaise

On March 25, 2010, Fazal ur Rehman Afridi visited the Lycee cité scolaire Blaise de Vigenère de Saint Pourçain sur Sioule. Besides acquainting the students about the politico-Economic situation, Afridi stressed the importance of Human Rights, Continue reading →

After Times Square, a Time bomb is Ticking for Pakistan: Are lessons learnt?

By: Fazal ur Rehman Afridi

Faisal Shahzad, the mastermind of the botched car bomb attack at Times Square of New York, was born in 1979. He is Kashmiri by ethnicity and a naturalized US citizen. He was first considered to be a lone wolf by Pentagon officials. Later, the US State Department allied him with the Tehrik-e-Taliban (TTP), Continue reading →

FATA again neglected

A history making event is in the process of crystallization as the National Assembly of Pakistan has approved the 18th  Constitutional Amendment. But, even at this great juncture,  despite earlier assurances both by President Asif Ali Zardari and Prime Minister Yousof Raza Gilani to change the barbaric face of this more than 109 year old black draconian law of Frontier Crimes Regulation (FCR), Continue reading →

The Frontier Crimes Regulations (FCR) of Pakistan- A draconian Law

Federally Administered Tribal Areas of Pakistan

Frontier Crimes Regulation (FCR), is presently applicable to the semi-autonomous territory of Pakistan known as FATA, an abriviation for Federally Administered Tribal Areas. Administratively, FATA is divided into seven political agencies namely Bajaur, Mohmand, Khyber, Orakzai, Kurram, North and South Wazirstan, and six Frontier Regions: Peshawar FR, Kohat FR, Bannu FR, D I Khan FR, Tank FR and Lakki Marwat FR. Continue reading →

The Horrific Human Rights Crisis in North-west Pakistan

The recently unveiled report  titled “As If Hell Fell On Me”, by Amnesty International (AI), depict a horrifically dismal picture of the Human rights situation in Northwest of Pakistan, with particular emphasis on atrocities committed by the security forces of Pakistan and Taliban. The report is a red-card by Amnesty handed over to Pakistan- playing foul in the field of Human Rights. Focusing mainly on the  deteriorating Human Rights situation in Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA), Continue reading →

FRANCE IN THE GRIP OF POLITICAL AND DIPLOMATIC CRISIS


Leaving the hot summer holidays behind, President Nikolas Sarkozy is faced with a bit hotter political situation at Elysee, Paris. Prime Minister Fracois Fillion is doing his best to defend the internal security policies elaborated by Sarkozy earlier: still he is facing immense difficulty in persuading majority of the Members of Parliament on this polemic issue. Continue reading →

Pakistan heads towards a bloody Revolution?

Unable to recover from the worst catastrophe of its 63 years history, Pakistan is faced with a serious challenge in the days to come. But, political analyst and observers believe, the worst has yet to come. Continue reading →

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EMERGING BLOOD BORDERS OF PAKISTAN & AFGHANISTAN

AF-PAK REGION

“What Afghanistan would lose to Persia in the west, it would gain in the east, as Pakistan’s Northwest Frontier tribes would be reunited with their Afghan brethren (the point of this exercise is not to draw maps as we would like them but as local populations would prefer them). Pakistan, another unnatural state, would also lose its Baluch territory to Free Baluchistan. The remaining “natural” Pakistan would lie entirely east of the Indus, except for a westward spur near Karachi”. (RALPH PETERS)

This quote of Ralph Peters seemed ridiculous and wild day-dreaming when it first appeared in the Armed Forces Journal, back in 2006. Continue reading →

10 YEARS OF CONFLICT IN AFGHANISTAN: WHAT NEXT?

Afridi meeting Abdullah abdullah at Paris Conference

Afridi meets Dr. Abdullah abdullah at Paris Conference

Fazal ur Rehman Afridi

A one-day international conference on Afghanistan was held in Paris (city of love & peace) on Wednesday 11 May, 2011 under the supervision of Institute for Strategic and International Relations (IRIS).  Continue reading →

PRIX BAYEUX-CALVADOS- Les Correspondants de Guerre

The Arab Spring along with the influence and rising role of new medias popularly known as social networks like facebook, twitter and mobile phones in dislodging the tyrannical dictators in the region dominated the scene of the Bayeux-Calvados Prize for the Correspondents of the war, however to the detriment of enough projection of war in Afghanistan slowly shifting to Pakistan. The good news is that these Arab revolutions are expected to bring democracy and liberty to the new generations of these countries. Continue reading →

DILEMA OF PASHTUN LEADERSHIP IN PAKISTAN

http://www.pashtunforums.com/sitemap/t-20126.html
The plight of the people of Federally Administered Tribal Areas of Pakistan (FATA) does not seems to be on the priority list of the present government and military establishment. FATA is bleeding, military operations in South Waziristan, Mohmand, Khyber and Orakzai agencies are underway killing innocent tribesmen while people like Wali ur Rehman are making press conferences from areas (Miranshah Fort) supposed to be under army control. The whole Fata and N-WFP is like a war zone, ordinary pashtuns are being killed both by Talibans and military secret agencies with impunity. Continue reading→

OSAMA BIN LADEN IS DEAD: ARE WE DONE WITH TERRORISM?

First published on May 03, 2011

Osama Bin Ladin, the symbol of terrorism and the most feared man on the earth, is killed in an exchange of fire with a group of 20-25 US Special forcesin a dramatic secret mission conducted in the city of Abbottabad, some 35 miles north of Islamabad. Continue reading →

CRACKING THE QUR’AN CODE

Cracking the Quran Code

Review of a Book “Cracking the Qur’an Code” by Fazal ur Rehman Afridi

“monumental”…“masterpiece”…“phenomenal”

“I am really delighted to know about the new book Cracking the Qur’an Code, a monumental work devoted to clearing up Muslim misunderstandings about our Jewish brothers. This book will go a long way in bringing together Muslims and Jews, by highlighting the common traditions and values that bind us together. I congratulate you on this masterpiece and wish you all the best. Please keep in touch and continue your great work. It is really phenomenal”.

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UN REPORT ON THE DEATH OF BENAZIR BHUTTO

Benazir Bhutto

A UN Commission, headed by Chilean U.N. Ambassador Heraldo Munoz and assisted by former Indonesian Attorney General Marzuki Darusman and Ireland’s former Deputy Police Commissioner, Peter Fitzgerald, presented to the public on April 15,2010. has thoroughly enquired into the circumstances leading to the assassination of Benazir Bhutto at Rawalpindi on December 27, 2007.Continue reading →

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa & Hazara Controversy

Naveed ur Rehman

Pakistan-Peshawar

Published first on April 16, 2010

The famous family of serial killers of Hazara are inflaming the already tense situation in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. First General Ayub Khan a military dictator and the traitor of Pashtuns, who was the first to put Pakistan on the destructive path of military dictatorship, culminated in the dismemberment of Pakistan in 1971. Continue reading →

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