In another Indian foreign policy win, Pakistan has been put on the global terror finance watch list. However after heavy push back from its supporting countries – Saudi Arabia and the GCC, China and Turkey, this action was delayed to start in June. The significance of this move is several – it means that officially Pakistan either support or is involved in terrorism activities and as a result funds flow in to and out of Pakistan will be heavily scrutinized by banks and their respective countries. Borrowing funds from overseas will be both difficult and expensive and there are other negatives.
NOW EVERY PAKISTANI ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD (which compares itself to India and feels itself to be unlike Afghanistan) WILL FEEL THE BLACK MARK OF THIS ACTION.
Source: New Indian Express
- 28 Feb 2018
Muslims and so called “secular” and marxists talk of secularism only in the places and countries where they are in a minority. How can secularism be good only in India, or US or western countries, but not places such as Saudi Arabia, Iran, Arabia or Pakistan, Bangladesh or others? Outside India, and possibly Indonesia and Turkey, no Islamist country offers freedom of faith or secularism. Should muslims of these countries and even in India speak strongly in its favor?
- 8 Jul 2016