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All throughout the North West Frontier Province (NWFP), Pakistan’s impoverished western border with Afghanistan, lie the ruins of barbershops and music and video stores — symbols of Western-oriented life that religious extremists have destroyed in a growing wave of violence.
Now Islamist militants have a new target, and if they are successful, observers say their campaign could be disastrous for Pakistan’s future.
In what appears to be an escalating spree over the last year, extremists have bombed at least four girls’ schools and circulated violent threats warning girls to stay at home.
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