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Pakistan’s relationship with Islam is extremely intense. From all the Muslim majority countries of the world, it is the only one whose very existence is rooted in religion. Therefore, it is not surprising that, even after seventy years of lifetime, it still faces tremendous difficulties to domesticate Islam whose representatives’ claims on the State have never ceased growing since its foundation. The manipulation of religion for political purposes generates inevitably a cost, which precisely is what Pakistan is paying in its daily confrontations with Islamists demanding what they consider their legitimate right to power.

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