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Pakistan: Grenade kills four listening to music at wedding party

15 October 2004

Pakistan: Grenade kills four listening to music at wedding party

According to the American Center for Defense Information, on October 14, 2004, an attacker threw a grenade into a wedding ceremony at the Afghan refugee camp in Jalala, outside Peshwar, in Pakistan, killing four and injuring 35 people. The guests were listening to music, which is banned in some public places and regarded as anti-Islam.

 

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