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Marvin Weinbaum

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Senior Scholar at the Middle East Institute; former intelligence analyst on Pakistan and Afghanistan for the State Department (1999-2003)

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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.

from Which Way, L.A.?

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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Despite photographs of a gunman and doctors' reports of bullet wounds to the head and chest, the Pakistani government claims that  Benazir Bhutto  died when her head struck the sunroof…

What's Next for Pakistan?

Despite photographs of a gunman and doctors' reports of bullet wounds to the head and chest, the Pakistani government claims that Benazir Bhutto died when her head struck the sunroof…

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