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Topic - Bismallah Qari
Mr. Qari, the local mullah, said Senjeray's residents were caught in the middle and could not control the insurgency.
Speaking through an interpreter as U.S. troops searched a recently filled hole in his madrassa they suspected held a weapons cache, Mr. Qari said he wanted his children to attend Pir Mohammed, too, but "we can't do it."