PAKISTAN-US-ATTACKS-BORDER-RALLY-SHOUT

Supporters of Jamiat Ulma-E-Islam (JUI), Pakistan's main pro-Taliban religious party, chant anti-US slogans 24 September 2001 during a mass rally in this town on the Afghani-Pakistan border, across the Taliban stronghold of Kandahar . Some 5,000 pro-Taliban supporters gathered to listen to Moulana Fazal Ur Rehman, head of JUI, and one of the country's main Muslim extremist figure,, calling for Jihad (Muslim holy war) against the US in case of American strikes in Afghanistan. AFP PHOTO/EMMANUEL DUNAND (Photo by EMMANUEL DUNAND / AFP) (Photo by EMMANUEL DUNAND/AFP via Getty Images)
Supporters of Jamiat Ulma-E-Islam (JUI), Pakistan's main pro-Taliban religious party, chant anti-US slogans 24 September 2001 during a mass rally in this town on the Afghani-Pakistan border, across the Taliban stronghold of Kandahar . Some 5,000 pro-Taliban supporters gathered to listen to Moulana Fazal Ur Rehman, head of JUI, and one of the country's main Muslim extremist figure,, calling for Jihad (Muslim holy war) against the US in case of American strikes in Afghanistan. AFP PHOTO/EMMANUEL DUNAND (Photo by EMMANUEL DUNAND / AFP) (Photo by EMMANUEL DUNAND/AFP via Getty Images)
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