News and Analysis (9/11/2008)

Senior officials confirm suspicions of US raids in Pakistan and promises the US will inform Pakistani government of future raids, but won’t seek permission…

… but Gen. Ashfaq Parvez Kayani says the “sovereignty and territorial integrity of the country will be defended at all cost and no external force is allowed to conduct operations inside Pakistan”:

Former Guantanamo detainee travels to Geneva, speaking about the inhumane conditions and demanding the closing of the illegal prison:

Interim military-government releases former prime minister over fear that a political boycott could discredit December elections:

Daughters of Iraq recruit aiding the searching of Muslim women at security checkpoints:

An Israeli human rights group estimates least 1,126 acres has been “unofficially annexed,” half of which is privately owned by Palestinians:

Fears arise as Shi’ite led government assumes control over Sahwas (Sunni Arab neighborhood patrols):

Designer argues that drabness among Muslim clothing is a recent innovation:


Minaret of Freedom Institute Program Assistant






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