A bumper crop of ultra-Islamist groups are contesting this week's Pakistan election, with the potential to reshape the political landscape of the nuclear-armed Muslim country of 208 million people. They're campaigning with anti-Western rhetoric and calls for strict interpretations of Islamic law. Ed Giles reports.
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