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Muslim Outreach in Pakistan

Bureau of South Asian Affairs
Various locations in Pakistan
December 16, 2004

The Peshawar and Karachi Consulates have been reaching out to the Muslim religious communities in their districts.
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Peshawar Principal Officer Mike Spangler, on a recent visit to Madrassah Haqqania in Attock in the North West Frontier Province, joins 7-year-old students who are reciting the Koran.The student next to him is a little girl, showing that some madaris are not stictly segregated by sex. The Peshawar and Karachi Consulates have been reaching out to the Muslim religious communities in their districts. State Department Photo. Karachi Consul General Douglas Rohn engages Mufti Munib-ur Rehman, President, Tanzeemul Madaris -governing body of all Barelvi madaris in Pakistan -  at a dinner for clerics, December 16, 2004. State Department Photo. Karachi Public Affairs Officer Rex Moser meets female faculty of Karachi University Department of Islamic Studies at a dinner for clerics, December 16, 2004. State Department Photo.
Karachi Consular/Econ officer Fred Stern interacts with religious figures at a dinner for clerics, December 16, 2004. State Department Photo. Peshawar Consulate officers at Principal Officer Mike Spanglers residence engage regional religious leaders in dialogue. State Department Photo.
 


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