Against America, for Saeed

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Pakistani religious students of Muttahida Talba Mahaz, shout anti-US slogans during a protest rally in Karachi. Protesters condemned a $10 million bounty slapped on the founder of a terror group. The Defence Council of Pakistan, an alliance of right-wing, religious and extremist groups, organised the rallies to denounce the move against Hafiz Saeed, whose Lashkar-e-Taiba group was blamed for the 2008 Mumbai attacks. (AFP Photo)

Pakistani religious students of Muttahida Talba Mahaz, shout anti-US slogans during a protest rally in Karachi. Protesters condemned a $10 million bounty slapped on the founder of a terror group. The Defence Council of Pakistan, an alliance of right-wing, religious and extremist groups, organised the rallies to denounce the move against Hafiz Saeed, whose Lashkar-e-Taiba group was blamed for the 2008 Mumbai attacks. (AFP Photo)

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Supporters of Al Muhammadia Students, a religious group, shout slogans while taking part in an anti-American rally in Karachi. Dozens of students gathered in a rally to condemn the American decision to place a $10 million bounty on its leader Hafiz Saeed, the Islamist suspected of masterminding the 2008 Mumbai attack. (Reuters)

Supporters of Al Muhammadia Students, a religious group, shout slogans while taking part in an anti-American rally in Karachi. Dozens of students gathered in a rally to condemn the American decision to place a $10 million bounty on its leader Hafiz Saeed, the Islamist suspected of masterminding the 2008 Mumbai attack. (Reuters)

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A supporter of Al Muhammadia Students, a religious group, holds a placard while taking part with dozens others in an anti-American rally in Karachi. Dozens of students gathered in a rally to condemn the American decision to place a $10 million bounty on its leader Hafiz Saeed, the Islamist suspected of masterminding the 2008 Mumbai attack. (Reuters)

A supporter of Al Muhammadia Students, a religious group, holds a placard while taking part with dozens others in an anti-American rally in Karachi. Dozens of students gathered in a rally to condemn the American decision to place a $10 million bounty on its leader Hafiz Saeed, the Islamist suspected of masterminding the 2008 Mumbai attack. (Reuters)

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Supporters of Al Muhammadia Students, a religious group, shout slogans while taking part in an anti-American rally in Karachi. Dozens of students gathered in a rally to condemn the American decision to place a $10 million bounty on its leader Hafiz Saeed, the Islamist suspected of masterminding the 2008 Mumbai attack. (Reuters)

Supporters of Al Muhammadia Students, a religious group, shout slogans while taking part in an anti-American rally in Karachi. Dozens of students gathered in a rally to condemn the American decision to place a $10 million bounty on its leader Hafiz Saeed, the Islamist suspected of masterminding the 2008 Mumbai attack. (Reuters)

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Pakistani religious students of Muttahida Talba Mahaz, set fire to a US flag during a protest rally in Karachi. Protesters condemned a $10 million bounty slapped on the founder of a terror group. The Defence Council of Pakistan, an alliance of right-wing, religious and extremist groups, organised the rallies to denounce the move against Hafiz Saeed, whose Lashkar-e-Taiba group was blamed for the 2008 Mumbai attacks in India.(AFP Photo)

Pakistani religious students of Muttahida Talba Mahaz, set fire to a US flag during a protest rally in Karachi. Protesters condemned a $10 million bounty slapped on the founder of a terror group. The Defence Council of Pakistan, an alliance of right-wing, religious and extremist groups, organised the rallies to denounce the move against Hafiz Saeed, whose Lashkar-e-Taiba group was blamed for the 2008 Mumbai attacks in India.(AFP Photo)

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Pakistani religious students of Muttahida Talba Mahaz, shout anti-US slogans during a protest rally in Karachi. Protesters condemned a $10 million bounty slapped on the founder of a terror group. The Defence Council of Pakistan, an alliance of right-wing, religious and extremist groups, organised the rallies to denounce the move against Hafiz Saeed, whose Lashkar-e-Taiba group was blamed for the 2008 Mumbai attacks. (AFP Photo)

Pakistani religious students of Muttahida Talba Mahaz, shout anti-US slogans during a protest rally in Karachi. Protesters condemned a $10 million bounty slapped on the founder of a terror group. The Defence Council of Pakistan, an alliance of right-wing, religious and extremist groups, organised the rallies to denounce the move against Hafiz Saeed, whose Lashkar-e-Taiba group was blamed for the 2008 Mumbai attacks. (AFP Photo)

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Pakistani religious students of Muttahida Talba Mahaz, shout anti-US slogans during a protest rally in Karachi. Protesters condemned a $10 million bounty slapped on the founder of a terror group. The Defence Council of Pakistan, an alliance of right-wing, religious and extremist groups, organised the rallies to denounce the move against Hafiz Saeed, whose Lashkar-e-Taiba group was blamed for the 2008 Mumbai attacks. (AFP Photo)

Pakistani religious students of Muttahida Talba Mahaz, shout anti-US slogans during a protest rally in Karachi. Protesters condemned a $10 million bounty slapped on the founder of a terror group. The Defence Council of Pakistan, an alliance of right-wing, religious and extremist groups, organised the rallies to denounce the move against Hafiz Saeed, whose Lashkar-e-Taiba group was blamed for the 2008 Mumbai attacks. (AFP Photo)

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