A little over 30 years ago I met Salmaan Taseer in Dubai. I was straight out of law school and working for a US-Pakistani firm in Dubai. There were few people a 22-year-old could find much commonality with. Salmaan was different that way. He was interested in and interesting to many. We would meet . . . → Read More: Remembering Taseer
A boy who killed 31 army cadets probably had all the characteristics that make Pakistan’s young suicide bombers so dangerous — they are thoroughly brainwashed, poor, disciplined and hard to detect.
Police officials are running DNA tests on what is left of the young holy warrior’s legs and scalp to determine his background and age, . . . → Read More: Brainwashing drives young Pakistan suicide bombers