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Mark LeVine

Moderation rocks in Pakistan

By Mark LeVine
April 8, 2007

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DRIVING INTO Pakistan's North-West Frontier Province, there is a sign on the road that welcomes you to "the land of hospitality." This is not what you'd expect to find on your way to Peshawar, gateway to the region controlled by the Taliban and Al Qaeda, where Osama bin Laden is likely hiding. But it's an indication of how filled with ... (Full article: 749 words)

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