Asadullah Khan Wazir

Asadullah Khan Wazir is a freelance contributor and broadcast journalist.

A Book Review of ‘Night Letters: Gulbuddin Hekmatyar and the Afghan Islamists Who Changed the World’

Written by Asadullah Khan Wazir 11:47 am

In their book, Night Letters, Chris Sands and Fazelminallah Qazizai venture together into the historical depths of Afghanistan. They relate a fair account of Gulbuddin Hekmatyar and his political ambitions, notably the Islamic Movement.
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State-sponsored Terrorism in the Syrian War

Written by Asadullah Khan Wazir 11:47 am

In the past decade, Syria’s stability and economy have plummeted to the ground. Terrorism is rampant in the failed state, with the regime of Bashar al-Assad itself perpetrating violence against the civilian population and destroying the state’s infrastructure. Asadullah Khan Wazir, a broadcast journalist, notes that through the use of state-sponsored terrorism, the Syrian regime aims to prevent the population from supporting the rebel groups and offering an alternative regime. As a result, 83,500 civilians have been killed by Bashar al-Assad’s regime and its allies since the Syrian war first started.
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