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Submitted by Arun (United States), Sep 21, 2005 at 21:15

Musharraf said :

(e.g, see Kristoff in the NYT)

"The "easiest way" for Pakistani women to make money is to get raped, he said, so they're lining up to be raped and thus making him look bad.

"The Washington Post reviewed its tapes and reported that it had quoted him correctly. It also added an additional quote from the same interview, in which Mr. Musharraf spoke of rape as an avenue to riches: "It is the easiest way of doing it. Every second person now wants to."

This is the man who issued 400% assurances that Pakistan had not proliferated.

You cheerlead this man? ...
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