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Riaz Haq commented on Riaz Haq's blog post Pakistan ISI: The Bogeyman of Afghanistan?
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Trump's America Shutting Out Muslim Refugees

Only 20,918 refugees have so far been admitted to the US in fiscal year 2018, despite the cap being set at 45,000. Of those admitted, Muslim refugees have been hit the hardest with their share dropping to 14.5%, the lowest since 2001. At the same time, the Christian refugees share rose to nearly 71%, the highest since 2001, according to data compiled by United Nations High Commission for Refugees…See More
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Riaz Haq commented on Riaz Haq's blog post British Government Lists Pakistan Among Top 3 Money Laundering Sources
"Arrest of #Pakistan couple connected to ex #PPP leader exposes money laundering failing. #British #Crime Agency said they "control a #UK property portfolio worth more than £8m for which they appear to have no legitimate source of…"
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Riaz Haq commented on Riaz Haq's blog post China and US Battle For Influence in Pakistan
"#China says #military ties 'backbone' to relations with #Pakistan. Belt and Road initiative (#BRI) should be a benchmark for China-Pakistan ties. #CPEC https://reut.rs/2PHj04sMilitary ties between China and Pakistan are the…"
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Riaz Haq commented on Riaz Haq's blog post Pakistani Population in America Reaches 600,000
"Jagdish Patel came alone from #India to #UnitedStates 50 years ago; he's now head of a 91-member clan of #Indian #immigrants and children spread across #America. They work as #programmers, #engineers, #doctors, university researchers.…"
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Riaz Haq commented on Riaz Haq's blog post Post-911 Story of New York's Little Pakistan
"On September 13, 2018, the US Census Bureau released some of the data from the 2017 American Community Survey (ACS). The survey reflects the U.S. population as of July 1, 2017. The immigrant population, referred to as the foreign-born by the Census…"
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Riaz Haq commented on Riaz Haq's blog post China and US Battle For Influence in Pakistan
"#Pakistan's army chief Gen Bajwa visits #Beijing after 'Silk Road' tension. He is most senior figure to visit staunch ally #China since the new government of Prime Minister Imran Khan took office in August. #CPEC #BRI…"
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    Trump's America Shutting Out Muslim Refugees

    Only 20,918 refugees have so far been admitted to the US in fiscal year 2018, despite the cap being set at 45,000. Of those admitted, Muslim refugees have been hit the hardest with their share dropping to 14.5%, the lowest since 2001. At the same time, the Christian refugees share rose to nearly 71%, the highest since 2001, according to data compiled by United Nations High…

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    Posted by Riaz Haq on September 19, 2018 at 3:55pm

    Pakistani-American Scholar on US Role as Peace Broker in South Asia

    Pakistani-American scholar Dr. Moeed Yusuf has examined the role of the United States in defusing South Asian crises since the nuclear tests conducted by India and Pakistan in 1998.…

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    Posted by Riaz Haq on September 17, 2018 at 8:30pm

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