End of the Independent Muslim World

One subject, four articles (1974, 1980, 1988, 2013) and the conclusion of the analysis of different interconnected perspectives in just one sentence…


As a student of international relations I want to share three published and one unpublished articles, two in Urdu and two in English languages, with my friends and connections.

The first article in Urdu was published in Daily the Mashriq on August 1974 in which I had discussed the possibility of an attempt by former Soviet Union for the redrawing of boundaries between Pakistan, Afghanistan and Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and Turkmania with reference to a book on international politics, Balshaya Sovietskaya Entsaklopedia and Russian geo-politician Mystilawski.

In my second article in Urdu published in Pakistan’s largest circulated weekly magazine Akhbar-e-Jehan in 1980 I had discussed in detail the historical background of former Soviet Union’s attack on Afghanistan, the possibility of attack on post-revolution Iran, the visible geographic hurdles in the way for doing so and the possible consequences of such an act.

In 1988 my article in English published in Daily the Muslim discussed the reasons for former Soviet Union’s retreat from Afghanistan and the possibility of an unending civil war as a consequence of the political vacuum that was clearly anticipated after the withdrawal of the Soviet troops from Afghanistan.

The fourth article in English, available at my different blogs, was posted on 17th February 2013 discussing the background of the political landscape in the Muslim world and reasons for social and economic unrest and uncertainty which, in present global scenario, apparently do not appear to be unusual to people in general and media in particular.

If I am asked to sum up the ultimate conclusion of these four articles in one sentence, the sentence will be:

“End of Independent Muslim World Will Be Prevented Only By an Unthinkable, Unimaginable and Unbelievable Miracle”

End of The Independent Muslim World


Pakistan Ka Azeem Almia – Qaumi Ahdaf Ka Adm Taa’ayun

Unfortunately the Great Tragedy of Pakistan is not discussed in Pakistan’s media the way it deserves. The media’s national habit of blind worship of undeserving personalities has turned this great country with all the potential to become a great respectable power into an international joke. The media has been handed over to almost four dozen socially irresponsible, morally bankrupt and criminally negligent media owners and their handpicked psychologically sick and over-pampered journalists, analysts and anchors. Serious issues of national importance have become subjects of comedy shows. Disgusting knowledge-less film and TV celebrities are presented on television screen for hours discussing personal nonsense and non-serious issues. The country is almost bankrupt and interests of individuals are prioritized in national planning instead of focusing on serious discussions on the much needed re-configuration of the elements of national power.

This brief introduction of Pakistan’s Tragedy was published in Rawalpindi-Islamabad edition of Nawa-e-Waqt on 3rd September 1999. A detailed research paper was distributed among those who matter in countries pillars of the state and media in 2007. It is available here:


Nothing has happened because Pakistan’s core sensitive areas have been handed over to those who are evidently security risk for Pakistan with few exceptions. The question to probe for answer is how to differentiate between the anti-Pakistan elements and the exceptions to clean up the mess in the system of governance and most importantly Pakistan Ka Azeem Almia – Qaumi Ahdaf Ka Adm Taa’yunthe media?

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