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by: GARY LEUPP 2008-1-4
-Qaeda is now as much a Pakistani phenomenon as it is an Arab or foreign element," declares Najam Sethi, editor of Pakistan’s Daily Times. It is not just the Arabs, Uzbeks and other foreigners who fled from Afghanistan into Pakistan in the wake of the U.S. invasion of late 2001. It draws in Pakistani tribesmen, Punjabis, Urdu speakers. What was once a group foreigners (numbers unknown) enjoying Pashtun hospitality under the Taliban in Afghanistan has struck roots in neighboring Pakista..

by: GARY LEUPP 2006-1-28

I’ve been recalling an editorial from the Chinese People’s Daily  
Online that I read last month. It suggested that while many  
westerners trumpet the concepts of "freedom and democracy" as  
universal values, in practice western governments selectively apply  
them. It noted specifically: "On Dec. 25, [2005] the Islamic  
R..