Pakistanis Rally Against Taliban and Suicide Bombings

Several protests were held across Pakistan today against the growing fundamentalist Islamic threat in the country.

Radical madrassa leaders have recently burned filthy Western CD’s and DVD’s and threatened suicide bombings if Sharia law was not imposed.

Pakistani human rights activists take part in a rally in Lahore, Pakistan, Thursday, April 19, 2007. Chanting ‘down with Talibanization,’ hundreds of human rights activists marched through Pakistani cities, urging the government to rein in clerics who have launched an unofficial anti-vice campaign in the capital. The banner in bottom reads: ‘Reject the religious extremism.’ (AP Photo/KM Chaudary)


Pakistani human rights activists chant slogans during a rally in Islamabad, Pakistan, Thursday, April 19, 2007. (AP)


Chanting ‘down with Talibanization,’ hundreds of human rights activists marched through Pakistani cities, urging the government to rein in clerics who have launched an unofficial anti-vice campaign in the capital. (AP Photo/Anjum Naveed)

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