ISIS tager strubegreb på Pakistan
In February 2016, the director general of the Pakistani Intelligence Bureau warned the government that ISIS was emerging as a threat, with Pakistani terrorists providing a foothold for the group, whose Pakistani branch is called Walayat-e-Khurasan. ISIS also enlists "partners of convenience" in Afghanistan and "outsources" terror attacks to Pakistani organizations -- such as Lashkar-i-Jhangvi and Jamaat-ul-Ahrar -- a recent UN Security Council counter-terrorism report revealed. In addition, as many as 100 Pakistanis left the country in 2015 to join ISIS in Iraq and Syria. The most vulnerable victims of this threat are Christians, who make up a mere 2% of the Sunni Muslim-majority state. ISIS is only the latest terrorist group to have attacked Christians in Pakistan
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The Pakistani parliament is becoming increasingly radicalized -- as the results of a local by-election in Lahore in September demonstrated. In such a political climate, and with a new prime minister who refuses to criticize his country's blasphemy laws, let alone work to repeal them, Pakistan's already fragile "democracy" is on a steady slide backwards.