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Submitted by Mark on Wed, 10/11/2010 - 20:56

There's a reasonable account in Tariq Ali's book, 'Can Pakistan Survive?'(1983).
The main collaborators in the East with the West Pakistani military included sections of the Maoists (following China's pro-Pakistan position) and "members and supporters of the fanatical, semi-fascist Jamaat-i-Islami, who supplied the bulk of the recruits for a volunteer force that fought alongside the army and specialised in burning books and killing nationalist or left-wing professors, lawyers, teachers, journalists and writers... the election results had already revealed the isolation of these groups.' (p94). Note the description of Jamaat...

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