6 edition of The Musharraf Factor found in the catalog.
January 9, 2006
by Pragmatic Publishing
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||264|
The paper scrutinizes the political rights situation during the first five years () of Pervaiz Musharraf era. Musharraf had come into power after army had revolted over his dismissal as. dent Musharraf from power. The Bandar crowd in Saudi Arabia should not be allowed to control the destiny of Pakistan, and that is exactly where we are headed if Musharraf s removal is allowed. There is a serious narco-terrorist factor to deal with, centered around the.
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Musharraf has violated his Oath five times. It is up to the Patriotic Army men to understand the situation and use the Army Act on Musharraf to protect Pakistan from internal aggression. Abid Ullah Jan is the author of “The Musharraf Factor. But it's doing remarkably in India, where Musharraf is regarded as the nation's chief enemy. His book has sold out in Calcutta, Mumbai, and Delhi. Musharraf Finds an Audience in India.
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"In his book, The Musharraf Factor, Abid Ullah Jan convincingly demonstrates that Musharraf is merely one in a long series of corrupt leaders who have ruled Pakistan during its year history.
The very raison d'être of Pakistan's existence - to establish a state based on the principles of Islam- is falling apart and was, in fact, never really taken seriously by its leaders despite all their high 3/5(7).
Author has clearly demonstrated that Musharraf is merely one in a long series of corrupt leaders who have ruled Pakistan after its creation. This book thoroughly outlines how Pakistan’s demise is imminent and how both internal and external factors have played a part in this : Abid Ullah Jan.
The Musharraf Factor: Leading Pakistan to Inevitable Demise by Abid Ullah Jan () on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers/5(7). "In his book, The Musharraf Factor, Abid Ullah Jan convincingly demonstrates that Musharraf is merely one in a long series of corrupt leaders who have ruled Pakistan during its year history.
The very raison d'être of Pakistan's existence - to establish a state based on the principles of Islam- is falling apart and was, in fact, never really taken seriously by its leaders despite all their high sounding speeches/5(7).
Excerpt from Abid Ullah Jan's latest incisive book which decribes why Pakistan's demise has become inevitable. The author is giving tough-minded, intellectually courageous Author: Abid Ullah Jan.
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A complicating factor is that, few believed that Qadeer Khan acted alone and the The Musharraf Factor book risks gravely damaging the Armed Forces, which oversaw and controlled the nuclear weapons development and of which Musharraf was Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, until his resignation from military service on 28 November President Pervez Musharraf of Pakistan, below, is writing a political memoir, focusing on the war on terrorism and his relationship with the Bush administration as a key ally.
As President Musharraf struggles for the security and political future of his nation, the stakes could not be higher for the world at large. It is unprecedented for a sitting head of state to write a memoir as revelatory, detailed, and gripping as In the Line of by: Pervez Musharraf (Urdu: پرویز مشرف Parvez Muśarraf; born 11 August ) is a Pakistani former four-star general and politician who became the tenth president of Pakistan after the successful Pakistani coup d'état.
He held the presidency from untilwhen he tendered his resignation to Nationality: Pakistani. Pervez Musharraf wrote In the Line of Fire: A Memoir, which can be purchased at a lower price at Looking for a book by Pervez Musharraf.
Pervez Musharraf wrote In the Line of Fire: A Memoir, which can be purchased at a lower price at Skip to content. Response of some Pakistanis to the excerpts from The Musharraf Factor shows that Pakistani nation is still not reading the writing on the wall.
It will, however, soon face the music it deserves for losing a golden opportunity of self-rule in an independent, sovereign state. Endgame in Afghanistan and the Musharraf Factor by Brig. Arun Sahgal The United States' apparent determination to somehow ensure a second term in office for Pakistan's President Pervez Musharraf is closely linked to Washington's efforts to 'manage' Afghanistan that is fast spiralling out of its control.
"In the line of fire" by Pervez Musharraf is not an autobiography, it is rather a book that equates Mr. Pervez with some sort of Greek Demigod. This book narrates incidents by which Mr.
Pervez rode through the top of the ladder/5. Democratization, Institutionalization and Constitution in Pakistan: A Case Study of Musharraf Era 1Dr. Zahoor Ahmed, 2 Dr. Manzoor Khan Afridi 1Head of Political Science Department, Govt Islamia College Faisalabad, Pakistan 2Head of Department of Politics and International Relations, International Islamic University Islamabad, Pakistan.
The bad news in this book is that General Musharraf refuses to recognise this truth: “The Pakistan Army has always been held in high esteem as the only powerful stabilising factor in the nation.
Musharraf’s disclosure in the book that the US had paid millions of dollars to Pakistan for capturing Al Qaeda operatives was a humiliation for the country. Under the US law, they cannot give prize money to any government or institution, and the Govt of Pakistan has denied receiving any such payments.
The Musharraf Factor: Leading Pakistan to Inevitable Demise By Abid Jan eBook (PDF): $ This book described all the factors that have brought Pakistan to the edge of disaster.
Musharraf has gone on to use his newfound fame to raise awareness about stammering, appearing on a programme called Stammer School: Musharraf Finds His Voice in In he also appeared on a special celebrity edition of the popular show First Dates, when viewers at home saw how significant his progress had been when he thoroughly charmed.
Moving onto factors other than economic prosperity, I, an average Pakistani, care more about the fact that our literacy rate rose by approximately 11% under Musharraf than. Musharraf’s era started from 12 October and ended on 18 August These almost eight years were very important in the history of Pakistan.
Musharraf’s era had positive aspects as well as some of negative. We will discuss his Martial Law and his important reforms and its aftermaths. Musharraf’s Takeover: (Martial Law). READING two books by two Indian authors recently led me to two or more completely different narratives about a possible Indian angle to the spat between Gen Pervez Musharraf .Pervez Musharraf's book New Delhi, September WASHINGTON: Pakistan’s trust deficit with India might have gotten just a little wider again, going by the fervent defense of terrorism aka 'freedom struggle' by Pakistan’s military ruler Pervez Musharraf, and his unrepentant, thigh-slapping account of the Kargil invasion, in his memoir In the Line of Fire.'.