Reporting from Lahore, Pakistan— Amid the throngs of Sufi Muslim followers streaming
through the white marble corridors of the Data Darbar shrine, a young
man in a cream-colored tunic and oversized sunglasses shuffled gingerly,
guided by a brother on one side and his father on the other.
Twice a month Qasim Javed Malik comes here, a place he associates with
spiritual recharging, not with the deafening clap of a suicide bomb
blast, the odor of charred flesh, the blinding flash before everything
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