Subverting the Taliban

December 2012
Christianity Today;Dec2012, Vol. 56 Issue 11, p57
The article reports on various issues against the Talibans in Pakistan, particularly on the assassination of women, as well as the efforts by North American Christians to resolve the issues. It cites the moves by the people of Pakistan to appeal to their government to prevent such terrorist assassinations and to educate the women and girls in the country. The opinion of Pakistan's University of Peshawar international relations lecturer Minhas Majeed Khan on the situation is also cited.


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