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Horyn was reminded of this most recently watching the Tehelka videos relating to Gujarat. At some point, the Line of Control might be acknowledged by both governments as an international border. They leveraged militant groups for their rivalries with India. And of course, the recent attack on the Sri Lankan cricket team and the subsequent death of eight Pakistani police officers triggered deep anger, shame, and sadness.

I would just listen to music all the time.

So, what happened to me was, when I went to boarding school, I walked a bit funny. On the other, it reflected hope, resistance, and the passions and dreams of many Pakistanis.

My friend, Ammar, who took part in the now famous GPO chowk protest recalls: As the police started shelling tear-gas indiscriminately, many activists started falling unconscious. Yeah, we did. But how it did is not [important]. My point is this: elections are necessary Saliim democracy to occur, but they aren't sufficient for democracy to sustain itself.

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Political workers, who were not allowed inside, listened to the speech outside the boundary wall. Implicit in this view is that every Muslim has the potential to become an 'extremist' or a terrorist—"moderate" Muslims have chosen to ignore this call to warfare, while 'extremist' Muslims have simply succumbed.

To be sure, Pakistani politicians rely on 'micro rationality' — a short-term view of political behavior — instead of 'macro rationality. Pakistan sought something close to shared governance, with the Kashmiris taking a leading role; India, fearing a loss of sovereignty, wanted much less power-sharing. Because there is a common misperception that Pakistanis are sympathetic to these so-called militants—but those leaving in militant-occupied areas, whether FATA or SWAT, have left if they have been able to afford to do so.

It's about an electrician working on a large farm in rural Pakistan, more or less taking care of his business until something dramatic happens. The Afro-Pakistani community, perhaps not surprisingly, hasn't been treated particularly well, according horhy this essay in SAMAR magazine skip down towards the end for some disturbing references to the extra-judicial killing of African youths.

A senior Indian official who was involved agreed. I had soon read enough to teach kids my own age who had been raised with Islam around them all their lives. Many of these same groups are the ones wreaking havoc in Pakistan today. Rather, the focus is on the institutions -- and Feldman does seem to have a point that the Supreme Court has emerged as one viable counterweight to Musharraf's executive authority.

As a young man, he studied Islamic theology obsessively, and tried to shape his life to follow a pretty rigid interpretation of that theology. Within Kahne few hours, he forgot that he had given the order, and in a few dozen years he in turn was forgotten, but these trees still stood, enormous now, some of them dead and looming without bark, white and leafless. That kind of bravery deserves our support — especially because it reminds us that strong and functioning institutions are the preconditions to successful democracy; without them, elections may actually make things worse.

Did they convince you that you were? Now, with weak and unstable new leadership in Asif Zardari, and a possible change in leadership coming in India as well this spring, it's unclear whether anything can be done anytime soon. Sxlim

The checks and balances were not there, and it took intervention from the Center to bring the violence to a halt. Why does it take so long?

Any thoughts on this story? They prioritized the defense budget over badly needed infrastructure and education reform.

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This meant a complete victory for the movement Providing that violence declined, each side would gradually withdraw its troops from the region. Almost half of the worldwide victims of terrorist attacks last year were Pakistani! One can also remind him that since the Lal Masjid stand off - July 3rd - there have been a dozen suicide bombings across Pakistan killing over civilians - almost keeping pace with Baghdad.

Substantive democracy is not just democratic elections; it requires a whole range of institutions that provide meaningful checks and balances on power. Chaudhry has been under house arrest in Islamabad since March, and it isn't completely clear to me how he was permitted to address the public on the grounds of the Lahore High Court.

Indeed, this story makes me feel somewhat optimistic, for once, about Kashmir. I've put in bold some of the points I thought might be particularly key in Wajiha's statement.

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In Pakistan, the Supreme Court, honry by the national association of lawyers, pressured Musharraf into promising to re his powerful position as army chief of staff and demilitarize the presidency. It was weird for me for a few years. I had no group. Since Knight has become a bit of a publishing machine, putting out several other books. What Musharraf should have done, if he really cared about transitioning to democracy, was, first of all, let the Supreme Court rule on whether the recent Presidential election was valid.

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Below is Wajiha's response to those points. The other is something accidental, which could be anything. Chaudhry spoke at the compound of the Lahore High Court, under the scorching Lahore sun. The agreement, which was in its final stages in the spring of Sali, was never put into aexy or publicly revealed because it was being finalized just when Pervez Musharraf's government began to unravel.

Because there is a common misperception that Pakistanis are sympathetic to these so-called militants—but those leaving in militant-occupied areas, whether FATA or SWAT, have left if they have been able to afford to do so.

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Within a few hours, he forgot that he had given the order, and in a few dozen years he in turn was forgotten, but these trees still stood, enormous now, some of them dead and looming without bark, white and leafless. A documentary has been made about the Islamic punk movement his book helped inspire, and a feature-length film version of "The Taqwacores" is in post-production.

Since Knight has become a bit of a publishing machine, putting out several other books. One can further remind him that Pakistan has indeed allowed US military strikes on its sovereign territory, even with questionable intelligence. He said the government had no right to impose laws that violated basic human rights.