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Thousands Protest Cartoons in Pakistan

More than 20,000 supporters of a radical Islamic group held a peaceful rally against the publication of Prophet Muhammad cartoons Friday in an eastern Pakistan city and accused the government of being “soft” on the West over the controversy. “The government should have taken a hard stance against those countries where these cartoons were published to insult our beloved Prophet Muhammad,” Hafiz Mohammed Saeed, the leader of the Jamaat al-Dawat group, told the mass gathering at a park in the city. Full Story

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