Terrorism, Attitudes toward-

Pakistan after Osama

The most intensive manhunt in history ended on 2 May 2011 with the killing of Osama bin Laden. When an elite squad of helicopter-borne US Navy SEALs slipped into Pakistan from Afghanistan, they returned with the body of al-Qaeda’s founder-king.

Split Identity: Roots of Terrorism in Pakistan Editorial/Analysis, posted 06.06.2011 , from Pakistan
Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam and Osama’s death Editorial/Analysis, posted 05.22.2011 , from Pakistan

A Tricky Balance

THE Jamaatud Dawa (JD) is so far the only pro-militant organisation in Pakistan that has offered funeral prayers for Osama Bin Laden. None of the other militant organisations that had close links with the Al Qaeda chief have done so. Pakistan`s religious-political parties have also been very guarded in their initial reaction to Bin Laden`s killing by US forces in an Abbottabad compound.

How will the death of Bin Laden influence Sunni-Shia relations? Editorial/Analysis, posted 05.14.2011 , from

The curious case of Osama bin Laden

Osama bin Laden, the figurehead king of al Qaeda, is gone. His hosts are still rubbing their eyes and wondering how it all happened.

Why Do They Pick on Us Pakistanis? News Story, posted 01.07.2011, from Pakistan