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Pakistan Leader Has More Enemies and Fewer Friends

Anyone taking time to ponder the fate of the predecessors of President Pervez Musharraf of Pakistan over the last three decades would not find the facts very reassuring. One was hanged, another died in a suspicious plane crash, and two were ousted from power and remain in exile. Now, after four years of ruling Pakistan with a wily determination, General Musharraf has earned himself a long list of enemies, any one of whom might wish him dead. They include generals he has sidelined, myriad opposition parties, a range of organized criminal gangs dealing in arms and drugs, the country’s jihad-obsessed religious factions and, of course, India, with which Pakistan has fought three wars. Full Story

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