Quote by slate.com:This crisis was triggered last March when Musharraf fired the chief justice of the Supreme Court for criticizing his rule. That set off the unprecedented street rallies by the nation's lawyers. That emboldened the Supreme Court, which started to take its duties seriously. That gave rise to the near-certainty that the court would rule Musharraf's reign illegal. That tipped Musharraf to suspend the constitution—and, with it, the courts.
That's what ten billion dollars spent to support democracy will get you these days.
Remember kids, Pakistan's got nukes.
At the same time, militant groups are swarming towns in at least one district in Pakistan, demanding a return to Sharia law. You remember Sharia, the hard-line rule set that throws Muslims even further back into the stone-age. Fucking cowards - retreating into the past because they're scared of the future. No wonder you're living in mud huts!
Dawn.com appears to be a reputable source of English news from Pakistan.