Posted on May 31, 2010
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30 responses to “Israel Attacks Gaza Relief Ships; Up To 20 Dead; Senior Journalist Talat Hussain and Two Other Pakistanis in the Flotilla Reported to be Alive”

  1. Tahir says:

    Does anyone know if Talat has spoken publicaly about his captivity by the Israelis?

  2. Naveed Abbas says:

    Welcome Home! Mr. Talat Hussain.
    We greatly appreciate your clean and fearless attitude. Mr.Raza, Keep it up you too.
    Mr. Talat: Lets maintain the same balance, soberness and intellectual excellence in your work.

    Keep it up!

  3. Pervaiz Munir Alvi says:

    Nadeem Ahsan (June 1st, 2010 8:51 pm):

    Talat Hussain is a good man and so is his brother Dr. Riffat Hussain. The two gentlemen have served Pakistan with distinction. Please stop denigrating them. Thank you.

  4. Nadeem Ahsan says:

    Talat is a good man. But it cannot escape anyone that he is being treated like a demigod because he is the brother of Dr Riffat Hussain who is an establishment mouth piece close to the agencies and the army. Talat provides balanced coverage, except touching the army or the ISI.

    Wish him well.

  5. Pakistani says:

    Angie I wonder what point is raising the Exodus analogy. It is totally irrelevant here. Those on board Exodus were LAND GRABBERS who were pouring in to rip the Palestinins of all their land, homes, businesses, belongings, and kill and throw them away in the River Jordarn or Gaza Strip. They were plunderers who stole the Arab land on gunpoint, and if the British Govt half heartedly tried to stop them then I did (if it did indeed) its duty as per the mandate of the League of Nations. ON the othere hand everyone in the world has seen with his own eyes that these were peaceful people trying to deliver relief goods to their stranded brethern.

    Angie says:May 31st, 2010 12:18 pm
    Glad you raised the Exodus example. This is exactly what the Jews had done in 1947 and then the British had attacked the ship. History repeats itself. Victims of yesterday become perpetrators of today.