Letters



Pakistan’s situation

The situation in Pakistan is really worrying for all of us. I agree that the demands of Imran Khan are genuine but the strategy that he has adopted is questionable.



A joint strategy

This is with reference to the article “Is PFLP trying to make a comeback?” (Nov. 25) by Ramzy Baroud. This is a big reason to worry.



The SAARC summit

The organization of eight South Asian nations, namely Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, the Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka is known as the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperati



IS can’t harm Saudi Arabia

This is with reference to the report “IS behind Al-Ahsa attack” (Nov. 25).



Mideast crises

It is unbelievable that Tony Blair continues to shuttle across the Middle East as the Quartet envoy.



Fearing rainfall

This is with reference to the article “Rain, rain, go away!” (Nov. 24) by Saad Al-Dosari. I agree with the views expressed by the writer. In Jeddah, we literally dread rainfall.



Pak-Afghan relations

I read with interest the article by Muhammad Waqas “Ready to bury the hatchet” (Nov. 24).



Quality versus quantity

This is with reference to the report “Birth control emphasized” (Nov. 24). It is about time we started thinking seriously on this issue. It is not only about preservation of resources.



Is it a killing contest?

To score a run in cricket, while facing a tricky bowler one has to literally dodge highly alert fielders. Similarly, in football one has to beat a stiff defense of the opposing team.



Israeli crimes and the world

This is with reference to the report “HRW: Israeli house razing ‘war crime’” (Nov. 23). I fail to understand when will the so-called champions of human rights pay attention to such reports.

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