AK-47 or Kalashnikov Culture in Pakistan made it ‘hell’ for Humanity and ‘heaven’ for Terrorists.

By late 1979, markets in the tribal regions of Pakistan were

flooded with AK-47s, smuggled across by Afghan refugees.

And the Muslims understood it as a gaining strength of

P A N    I S L A M – File photo


By Nadeem F. Paracha  || Monday, 11 Jan, 2010 ||  Courtesy : Dawn.
The famous Russian assault rifle, the Kalashnikov, also called the AK-47, or Klashni in the street and campus lingo of urban Pakistan, has become a permanent feature of the Pakistani landscape. The weapon of choice during student movements, ethnic and sectarian clashes, kidnappings, government raids, and militant uprisings, the AK-47 continues to feature in most acts of violence committed in this country. It’s almost hard to believe that the weapon was a scarce commodity in Pakistan until about 1977. Read the full story here……

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