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GDB Dated: Jan 12, 17
Dear students! All the students are informed that they will post their comments on GDB link. Comments for GDB sent via email or posted on regular MDB will not be accepted. Graded GDB for Pak301 will be opened on January 17, 2017 and will remain open till January 18, 2017. The topic of this GDB will be, How did “Terrorism in Pakistan” become a highly destructive phenomenon in the recent years? Post your comments after inferring the above topic. Your comments should NOT exceed from 100 to 120 words. Read the instructions carefully before sending your comments: 1. Graded GDB carries 5% weightage. 2. Your comments should be relevant to the topic i.e. clear and concise. 3. Post your comments on the GDB, not on the Regular MDB. Both will run in parallel during the time specified above. 4. Do not copy the comments of other students, as no marks will be awarded for Plagiarism. 5. Do not copy from internet or any other website, and try to create in your own words. 6. Comments sent via e-mail or posted on regular MDB will not be graded. 7. Don’t send your comments twice.

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Following imposition of martial law in 1958, Pakistan's political situation suddenly changed and thereafter saw dictatorship type behaviour at different levels appearing in the civil service, the army and political forces or Zamindars (landlords created by the British) who claimed power, probably because the British originally did not consider Pakistan an independent state, yet did not want to intervene; this trend continued into the 21st century, when finally, the US persuaded General Pervez Musharraf to hold elections. Other causes, such as political rivalry and business disputes, also took their toll. It was estimated in 2005 that more than 4,000 people had died in Pakistan in the preceding 25 years due to sectarian strife.[7] Terrorism in Pakistan originated with supporting the Soviet war in Afghanistan, and the subsequent civil war that continued for at least a decade. The conflict brought numerous fighters from all over the world to South Asia in the name of jihad. The mujahideen fighters were trained by Pakistan's military, American CIA and other western intelligence agencies who carried out insurgent activities inside Afghanistan well after the war officially ended.

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Following imposition of martial law in 1958, Pakistan's political situation suddenly changed and thereafter saw dictatorship type behaviour at different levels appearing in the civil service, the army and political forces or Zamindars (landlords created by the British) who claimed power, probably because the British originally did not consider Pakistan an independent state, yet did not want to intervene; this trend continued into the 21st century, when finally, the US persuaded General Pervez Musharraf to hold elections. Other causes, such as political rivalry and business disputes, also took their toll. It was estimated in 2005 that more than 4,000 people had died in Pakistan in the preceding 25 years due to sectarian strife.[7] Terrorism in Pakistan originated with supporting the Soviet war in Afghanistan, and the subsequent civil war that continued for at least a decade. The conflict brought numerous fighters from all over the world to South Asia in the name of jihad. The mujahideen fighters were trained by Pakistan's military, American CIA and other western intelligence agencies who carried out insurgent activities inside Afghanistan well after the war officially ended.

Terrorism in Pakistan has many causes and effects. The root causes are religious extremism, war in Afghanistan, poverty, social inequality, and illiteracy. Some of the main effects are bombings, killings, and assassinations especially of police and military personnel, damage to tourism, and a bad image to the country.

Religious extremism is caused by Madrasas (a school and hostel attached to a mosque in which religious teaching is given). The effects of these are terrorism, bombings, and killings. Here is an example of religious extremism. The terrorists of Lal Masjid wanted to make their own Islamic Government and would not listen to anybody. So, a military operation was done by the Pakistan Army. Many people were killed in the mosque. 

Poverty, illiteracy, social inequality too are causes of terrorism. All these have made the poor of the northern areas unhappy with the government and other rich people. Because of this unhappiness, many poor people have become terrorists.

 Pakistan is with America against the Taliban. The effect of this is that the terrorists of Taliban have also started attacking Pakistan. As a result of terrorism, Pakistan has got a bad image and most of the foreigners have stopped visiting or have left this country.

 Therefore, in this terrible time we must have good leaders in this country. The leaders we have, do not control the country well enough. To improve the situation, we need to get rid of these leaders who think of themselves more than the country and its people.

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Following imposition of martial law in 1958, Pakistan's political situation suddenly changed and thereafter saw dictatorship type behaviour at different levels appearing in the civil service, the army and political forces or Zamindars (landlords created by the British) who claimed power, probably because the British originally did not consider Pakistan an independent state, yet did not want to intervene; this trend continued into the 21st century, when finally, the US persuaded General Pervez Musharraf to hold elections. Other causes, such as political rivalry and business disputes, also took their toll. It was estimated in 2005 that more than 4,000 people had died in Pakistan in the preceding 25 years due to sectarian strife.[7] Terrorism in Pakistan originated with supporting the Soviet war in Afghanistan, and the subsequent civil war that continued for at least a decade. The conflict brought numerous fighters from all over the world to South Asia in the name of jihad. The mujahideen fighters were trained by Pakistan's military, American CIA and other western intelligence agencies who carried out insurgent activities inside Afghanistan well after the war officially ended.

"Terrorism in Pakistan"

Pakistan is an independent state since 1947 but due to terrorism, it could not properly flourish. The profound problem in Pakistan is terrorism, which has become a big hassle for the public as well as for the federation. The root cause of terrorism in Pakistan started with the incident of 9/11. It developed serious grudges in the relationship of Pakistan and USA. The Muslims were maltreated in the US. Religious extremism in Pakistan has also caused terrorism which resulted in assassination, bombing and suicide attacks.In the recent years, poverty and social injustice caused terrorism in Pakistan. Now, Pakistan is accused for every terror attack in the world. But reality is that Pakistan itself suffers terrorism and every year thousands of people are murdered. These acts of terrorism, if not controlled, can destroy Pakistan as a whole.

Terrorism in Pakistan has become a major and highly destructive phenomenon in recent years.
pakistan is higly effected by terroricm for last decade,after9/11 when pakistan become frontline against war on
terror. after that terrorism is increasing day by day whole world see pak as a heaven for terrorist but in real sense 
we are the one suffering from that. terrorism influenced every aspect of an individual's life in pak.due to this 
war on terror thing we just not lost thousand of lives including innocent citizen, military perssonel. foreign investors 
hesitate to invest which cause major set back to our economy.also due to reaction of war against terrorist our country is on permanent 
chaos condition.more than 35000 people lost their lives due to suicide attack,bombing,militant attacks and it also caused many
infrastructural damage to economy over billions.also thse militant brained washed our youngster in the name of so called jehad and ruining our 
future builders.people lives are on stake due to terrorism and still these activities may not seemed under controlled recent examples are 
Quetta police training college attack in october.may Allah save pakistan from terrorism.

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