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1,000s Of Pakistanis Protest “Talibanisation”

Pakistanis in Islamabad and Lahore demonstrated against the radical Muslim "Red Mosque" movement that has recently called for crackdowns on videos and music.

From the wire services:

 

    

  

[Reuters caption:] Human rights activists chant anti-Talibanisation slogans during a protest rally in Islamabad April 19, 2007. Liberals and rights activists rallied in the Pakistani city of Lahore on Thursday to press the government to act against radical Muslim students behind a Taliban-style anti-vice campaign in the capital, Islamabad.

[Reuters caption:] Human rights activists take part in an "anti-Talibanisation" protest in Lahore April 19, 2007. Liberals and rights activists rallied in the Pakistani city of Lahore on Thursday to press the government to act against radical Muslim students behind a Taliban-style anti-vice campaign in the capital, Islamabad.

Some Pakistani and Indian newspapers have reported on these protests. But they have been studiously ignored by the West's watchdog media.

Do note, however, how Reuters like the rest of our one party media puts "liberals" on the side of good against the horrible "conservatives" — like the radical Muslims.

This article was posted by Steve on Friday, April 20th, 2007. Comments are currently closed.

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