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Mohajir militancy in Pakistan

Nichola Khan

Mohajir militancy in Pakistan

violence and transformation in the Karachi Conflict

by Nichola Khan

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Published by Routledge in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Muhājir Qaumī Mūvmenṭ,
  • Violence -- Pakistan

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementNichola Khan.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHV395.5 .K46 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23980413M
    ISBN 109780415554909, 9780203858127
    LC Control Number2009036188

    Mohajir Ittehad Tehreek - Pakistan, Karachi, Pakistan. likes. upcomingFollowers: Mohajir Qaumi Movement (Pakistan). likes. Afaq Ahmed Mr. Afaq Ahmed the Chairman Of Mohajir Qaumi ers:

    In order to understand the Pakistani state and government's treatment of non-dominant ethnic groups after the failure of the military operation in East Pakistan and the independence of Bangladesh, this book looks at the ethnic movements that were subject to a military operation after the Baloch in the s, the Sindhis in the s and Mohajirs in the s. About: N. Khan, Mohajir Militancy in Pakistan, Routledge, - Nicholas Khan offers an ethnographical study of the “professional killers” of a Pakistani political party and immerses the reader in the life of these murderers. Her study opens new avenues for exploring how these killers manage to make sense of their professional activities and justify their crimes.

    Mohajir militancy in Pakistan: violence and transformation in the Karachi Conflict. This book injects a critical and innovative voice into the ongoing debates about the nature and meaning of radicalization and violence, as well as the specific implications it has for similar, contemporary conflicts in Pakistan and the developing world Author: Nichola Khan. The Mohajirs (Urdu-speakers) of Pakistan are largely settled in the Sindh province. In the province’s capital, Karachi (that is also Pakistan’s largest city), the Mohajirs have for long been a.


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