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General, a 'Bridge' From Islam to the West, Worries About His Foundations

Sitting inside a heavily fortified military compound, President Pervez Musharraf wistfully described the things he used to do: Coffee at the Marriott. Barbecue dinners with friends at the Pearl Continental Hotel. Picking up paan, a South Asian blend of mints and spices, made specially for him by a local shopkeeper. That was before two assassination attempts in December. “All that activity unfortunately has been stopped,” he said in an interview on Monday. “That hurts me. I am not an introvert. I am not a man sitting at home. I was always more active.” He said at one point: “I’m not scared. You might find it very odd, but I am not scared.” His caution, he said, is for the sake of the country. Full Story

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