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Pakistani supporters of the banned Islamist organization Hizb ut-Tahrir chant slogans and hold a banner that reads, "the state-sponsored abduction of Hizb ut-Tahrir spokesman Naveed Butt cannot stop the emergence of caliphate," during a protest in Lahore. A Pakistani army general accused of plotting with the Islamist organization to attack military headquarters has written a manifesto from his prison cell. It calls on the army to sever its anti-terror alliance with the United States, which he says is forcing the country to fight its own people. (Associated Press)

Pakistani supporters of the banned Islamist organization Hizb ut-Tahrir chant slogans and hold a banner that reads, "the state-sponsored abduction of Hizb ut-Tahrir spokesman Naveed Butt cannot stop the emergence of caliphate," during a protest in Lahore. A Pakistani army general accused of plotting with the Islamist organization to attack military headquarters has written a manifesto from his prison cell. It calls on the army to sever its anti-terror alliance with the United States, which he says is forcing the country to fight its own people. (Associated Press)

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