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Pakistan doesn't fit into the definition of an Islamic country or territory (dar al-Islam).  To determine if a country is Islamic or not, one does not consider the personal religion of its people, or its rhetoric and slogans. Rather, one should consider its ruling system that structures the country, defines its institutions... Show more >>

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The Secular Pakistani state and its systems have no place for Allah and His Rasool.  Budget, including taxation (direct and indirect taxes), custom duties, trade laws, import and export rules, currency, banking, land laws, company structures, industrial policy, agricultural policy etc; every single matter related to economy... Show more >>

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