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Pakistani Woman Raped and Then Sentenced To Death For Adultery

From The Daily Wire: The 19-year-old claims her cousin, Khalil Ahmed, placed a gun to her head and demanded she not cry out as he viciously raped her. The victim reported the rape to the village panchayat, a tribal council of Islamic … Continue reading

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Christian Convicted Of Blasphemy, Sentenced To Death

From Clarion Project: On June 27, 2016, a judge in the anti-terrorism court sentenced an older, highly-educated Christian man to death under the charges of blasphemy.

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Pakistan Keeps Death Penalty for Blasphemy

From CNS: Muslim radicals ended a four-day sit-in in a high-security “red zone” near Pakistan’s federal parliament, claiming victory after the government late Wednesday gave assurances it will not seek to amend the country’s notorious blasphemy laws or show leniency … Continue reading

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Terrorist Attacks Knock Out Power Grid in Pakistan

From the BBC: Officials have pledged to restore power to all parts of Pakistan following a rebel attack which left 80% of the country without electricity. A blast, reportedly carried out by separatists in south-western Balochistan province, damaged a line … Continue reading

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U.S. Born al-Qaeda Member Killed in Pakistan

From CNN: Pakistan’s army said it killed an al Qaeda operative who grew up in the United States and was on the FBI’s list of most wanted terrorists.

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Islamists Used To Want To Persuade

From The Atlantic: In the spring of 2000, I lived for a month in a Taliban madrasa, a religious seminary, located on the Grand Trunk Road outside of Peshawar, in Pakistan. The chancellor of the madrasa, a wrinkled, bearded, and often barefoot … Continue reading

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Shoebat: ISIS Will Take Over Pakistan

From Walid Shoebat: ISIS now has camped in Pakistan and all across Pakistan, the black standard of the Islamic State has been popping up all over from urban slums to Taliban strongholds, the ISIS logo and name have appeared in … Continue reading

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Taliban Attack Pakistan Airport

From The New York Times: A squad of militant commandos, disguised as government security forces, stormed Karachi’s international airport after dark. They carried food, water and ammunition, apparently in preparation for a long siege, and big ambitions: perhaps to hijack … Continue reading

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Two Pakistani Girls Shot Dead for Dancing in the Rain

From the Daily Mail: Two teenage sisters have been murdered in Pakistan after they were accused of tarnishing their family’s name by making a video of themselves dancing in the rain.  The girls, aged 15 and 16, are seen running … Continue reading

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Unbiased Coverage Demanded by Taliban

From Yahoo News: Yesterday, local paper The News International gave voice to the Taliban’s pathetic complaints of bias, which offered a rare window into terrorist media criticism. TTP spokesman Ihsanullah Ihsan said his group would “continue to respect journalists” except for highly biased … Continue reading

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