Pakistan, the parody nation: Global terrorist Hafiz Saeed starts a school of journalism in Lahore

Pakistan has often been mocked for being a sorry excuse of a nation. From selling donkeys after it went almost bankrupt, to letting globally designated terrorist fight elections.

In today’s bizarre news, United Nations designated terrorist group Jamat-ud-Dawa leader Hafiz Saeed has started a journalism school in Lahore city in Pakistan reports India Today. The school named Institute of Strategy and Communication (ISAC) reportedly offers a number of short-term and long-term courses in reporting, videography, Vlogging, social media influence, short film and documentary production

According to the report, the cost of a week-long certificate is Rs 3000 as mentioned in the brochures released by the Institute. The institute is regularly visited by Saifullah Khalid, President of terrorist Saeed’s political party Milli Muslim League (MIM) and designated terrorist Hafiz Abdul Rauf, head of Fala-e-Insaniat Foundation (FIF) which is an arm of Lashkar-e-Taiba also run by Saeed.

“Media is a new war weapon, our enemies are using the media to their advantage, the new age four frontal wars could only be won using media”, said MIM President Saifullah Khalid in a video released by the institute. “Camera and pen are the strongest tools in fifth generation warfare which are being taught here”, added Hafiz Abdul Rauf, Chief of FIF, a globally designated terrorist organisation.

Last year in November, the National Investigation Agency had issued non-bailable warrants against Pakistan based terrorist organisation Lashkar-e-Taiba founder Saeed and Syed Salahuddin, Chief of terrorist organisation Hizbul Mujahideen.

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Pakistan has often been mocked for being a sorry excuse of a nation. From selling donkeys after it went almost bankrupt, to letting globally designated terrorist fight elections. Now, it seems Pakistan, which is only a parody of a real nation, has gone a step further and allowed a terrorist to teach journalism as well.


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