ISLAMABAD (AP) — A group of conservative Islamic political and
religious officials has condemned a meeting by the U.S. Embassy
supporting gay rights in Pakistan as "cultural terrorism" against the
The group, which included the head of Pakistan's largest
Islamic party, Jamaat-e-Islami, claimed the meeting — the first of its
kind held by the embassy — was the second most dangerous attack by the
U.S. against Pakistan, following missiles fired from unmanned drones.
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