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Even in religiously moderate schools like Jama-e-Saeedia in Pakistan, girls are a minority.
Even in religiously moderate schools like Jama-e-Saeedia in Pakistan, girls are a minority. (Globe Staff Photo / Charles A. Radin) Globe Staff Photo / Charles A. Radin

Two visions of faith collide

By Charles A. Radin
Globe Staff / May 8, 2005

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NORTHWEST PUNJAB PROVINCE, Pakistan Malik Sameen, governor of the Punjab's Attock subdistrict, is on his way to a Muslim religious festival deep in the countryside. Grasping the steering wheel loosely with his right hand, he gestures out the window with his left, enthusiastically pointing out the rich villages and the poor, the old, and the new. (Full article: 3376 words)

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