Khadim Hussain

Organizer, Aryana Institute for Regional Research and Advocacy

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Professor of Linguistics and Communication at Bahria University in Islamabad, Pakistan and organizer of the Aryana Institute for Regional Research and Advocacy, a think-tank that studies terrorism and regional cooperation

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In Pakistan's Swat Valley on Sunday, the militant Islamist leader Sufi Mohammed bluntly  defied the country's secular government  and its system of laws.

Is Pakistan Ripe for an Islamic Revolution?

In Pakistan's Swat Valley on Sunday, the militant Islamist leader Sufi Mohammed bluntly defied the country's secular government and its system of laws.

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In Pakistan's Swat Valley on Sunday, militant Islamist leader Sufi Mohammed bluntly defied the country's secular government and its system of laws.

Is Pakistan Ripe for an Islamic Revolution?

In Pakistan's Swat Valley on Sunday, militant Islamist leader Sufi Mohammed bluntly defied the country's secular government and its system of laws.

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