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Radical teachings in Pakistan schools

Madrassas back Taliban, bin Laden

By Charles M. Sennott
Globe Staff / September 29, 2006

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ISLAMABAD, Pakistan -- In a bustling, prosperous corner of this capital city stands the gated campus of a religious school, or madrassa, where some 10,000 students study the teachings of the Koran every day. (Full article: 1340 words)

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