hussain has a point: for all its brutality, the Haqqani network is no al Qaeda.
The Indian government had done little to provide hussain with a sense of security.
That made me a little uncomfortable, and it also made it hard to hear hussain speak casually about the Haqqani fighters.
hussain and Islam are staff reporters with Newsweek Pakistan.
“Kayani had to ask them not to waste any more time and get the supplies moving,” hussain says.
After living in exile in London and Dubai, hussain this year gave up his Indian citizenship and became a citizen of Qatar.
“Everyone thought the civilians are taking over, and the Army has been finally pushed back to the barracks,” adds hussain.
Even if a case can now be brought to try hussain, it will probably be drawn out in the British courts for years.
The death of hussain put a stop to this expedition, but Baber spent a year at Herat, enjoying the pleasures of that capital.
At the pass of Beilan a Turkish reverses stand was made by hussain.