Syeda Aminah Gilani

Syeda Aminah Gilani is a Lecturer of Political Science, and has initiated an academic program on Terrorism and Counter Terrorism at the Kinnaird College for Women in collaboration with National Counter Terrorism Authority Pakistan (NACTA).

  • Mazharuddin Reply

    December 16, 2017 at 1:57 pm

    All this is non sense and time wasting. There is not only the loss of lives of army personnel but a huge loss of civilians for that nation is serious and disturbed. This would be great injustice to only remember army personnel with overlooking large loss of large civilian innocent people.

    The most serious and criminal negligence is to overlook the peaceful solution by declaring General Amnesty to all warring factions with calling them on Table to have dialogue for peace on basis of justice.

    No foreign country should have its pressure on Pakistan to settle internal disputes by Gun as it do not seem the warring factions having their vested interests and fighting for that. But there seem they have differences with state policies that can be solved through dialogue for peace which need having transparency with NO OUTSIDE PRESSURE.

    Also state also bound that the Veiws and policy of Warring faction should have honest media/press coverage This is responsibility of state to respect the lives of its all citizens, take all on national fold. Not to wage war against its own nationals.

  • Muhammad Assad Reply

    January 21, 2018 at 6:23 pm

    Mam, can you provide the exact figures that how many people in Pakistan have been affected by terrorism psychologically?

  • Montaha Zia Reply

    February 20, 2018 at 10:02 am

    We should over come the advertisement of volience action and huge coverage of terrorism as well.

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