Truly worth reading if one wants to get an understanding of what really AILS Pakistan by thinking about Islamism the way they do.
BTW, I did see another article by Rakesh Sood a few days back which was pretty much incisive and cutting too.
- A lot of it has to do with the framework that the British Raj used
- Rae Bareilly is also mentioned. Mmh. I do wonder what if anything has to do with the Congress family repeatedly standing for elections from that constituency.
- So we have a pure Islamist and a Pashtun Islamist now. Now for more variants - Baloch Islamist, Pakjabi Islamist, Sindh Islamist and so on and so forth.
Pakistan is at a cross road and I don't know if the powers that be know it.