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Pakistan: Who's to Blame?

LinkTV, Video, Jamal Dajani Posted: Apr 25, 2009

Editor's Note: Pakistan is on a precipice. The Swat Valley, once called the Switzerland of Pakistan for its great natural beauty, is now the Taliban's battle ground for Islamic fundamentalism where harsh Islamic (shari'a) law is imposed on the population and fully sanctioned by the Pakistani government. In recent days, armed Taliban fighters have set up checkpoints and occupied mosques in the Buner region just 60 miles from Islamabad, declaring Islamic law before retreating after striking a deal with the government. Jamal Dajani has the Mosaic Intelligence Report.




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