Pakistan’s creation was on similar grounds as Israel – a country for Muslims to call their own.
Khan refused to name the countries that have been pressuring him.
The short answer is no. The long answer is that it cannot.
"We cannot ever accept Israel as long as Palestinians are not given their rights and there is no just settlement."
Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan last week dismissed speculation that his country was moving toward the establishing of open diplomatic relations with Israel.
Rothman, whose famous eulogy at her grandfather’s funeral in 1995 became a worldwide tear-jerker, recently joined the Democratic Union.
Bhutto was Pakistan's first female Prime Minister. Assassinated in 2007, a man who may have had a hand in it has been appointed to a top position.
In an implicit criticism of Israel, the Qatari diplomat said: "There are other parties that are exploiting the humanitarian aid for the internal elections and to score political points."
“Certain things, even if I want to do, I can’t,” says Qureshi matter of factly and without resentment in his voice, referring to the fact that he will never be able to travel to Israel to play.
Could Pakistan mimic the ties India has with both Israel and the Palestinians?