tells us why we should be discussing her plight:
...[H]ere's a little more fuss for you, Mr. President - your great ally, the wonderful President Pervez Musharraf of Pakistan is a weak, woman-hating, dreadful coward of a man, a friend of those who would rape to humiliate and scorn, and pillage for power and perversion.
I speak, for those who haven't heard the news, of the Pakistani government's kidnapping of worldwide symbol of peace and reconciliation, Mukhtaran Bibi, who I've written about before (here and here) on this blog. It sounds quaint and facile and boyish, but Mukhtaran Bibi is my hero - a small, willful package of courage and steel in the face of group torture and violence by the weak-souled, God-hating cowards who would make her a victim.
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