Abdul Rashid Ghazi, a senior cleric at Lal Masjid - the Red mosque - has called openly for jihad against American soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan. He’s met Osama bin Laden and says he agrees with the al Qaida leader’s worldview. (Tom Lasseter/MCT)
Abdul Rashid Ghazi, a senior cleric at Lal Masjid - the Red mosque - has called openly for jihad against American soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan. He’s met Osama bin Laden and says he agrees with the al Qaida leader’s worldview. (Tom Lasseter/MCT) (Tom Lasseter/MCT)
Abdul Rashid Ghazi, a senior cleric at Lal Masjid - the Red mosque - has called openly for jihad against American soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan. He’s met Osama bin Laden and says he agrees with the al Qaida leader’s worldview. (Tom Lasseter/MCT) (Tom Lasseter/MCT)

Pakistanis baffled by U.S. support for their military regime

June 27, 2007 06:00 AM

UPDATED June 27, 2007 06:35 AM

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