Providing asylum to the exiled or persecuted people is an old human custom. In some countries it is considered part of the political doctrine, while others link it to the religious belief, and others attribute the act to the legacy of their ancient kings and regard it as a great human service. However, providing asylum has also been used as a tool for realizing vested interests, strategic objectives and overpowering other states.
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[the documentary is] a conspiracy against Altaf Hussain, hatched under the influence of the TalibanDr. Farooq Sattar
The response from MQM leadership against the documentary was stern and scathing. The MQM parliamentary leader in the National Assembly, Dr Farooq Sattar, termed the documentary “a conspiracy against Altaf Hussain, hatched under the influence of the Taliban.” They are probably the same Taliban, against which Altaf Hussain offered the British government to spy inside Pakistan. The offer he made through a letter to British Prime Minister Tony Blair in 2001.SHOW MORE