Lashkars is a name as old as Islam, it refers to the tribal warriors. Since September 2009 a new kind of operation has been launched in the Swat Valley. The Pastu civil society, traditionally trained in the use of weapons, and already involved in the fight against the Taliban, got official recognition from the Pakistani Army.
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