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Shabab-e-Milli Pakistan

Shabab-e-Milli Pakistan is a youth wing of the Jamaat-e-Islami political party of Pakistan. In 1994, Jamaat decided to disown its previous youth group Pasban, and the new group Shabab e Milli was formed. It was expected to replace the much active Pasban, but it remained as a passive youth wing of Jamaat. Most of the energetic youth of Jamaat did not join the Shabab e Milli. It was perhaps Jamaat's less attention on the issue of an active and effective youth group and partly the shock faced by jamaat by its youth wing head, Mohammad Ali Durrani who actually was a closed ally of the Pakistani establishment and the Army, working in Jamaat on special agenda to use the Jamaat's youth for the cause of establishment. It was very lately recognized by Jamaat-e-Islami, leadership though smelled by few from the very beginning. Shabab e Milli has its head quarters at Mansoorah Lahore.
The main issues raised by Shabab e Milli are day to day problems of the common man, Islamic and Pakistani values, and corruption. It raise voice on human rights violations in society off and on, but its main function seems to organize Jamaat-e-Islami’s, big programs and to give boost to campaigns.

Effigy Burning of David Cameron

The group was also responsible for the burning of an effigy of David Cameron in Karachi on Saturday, July 31, 2010. The protest followed David Cameron's condemnation of Pakistan during a visit to India on 28 July 2010. It is believed that his remarks caused particular offence because they were made in Bangalore, India, a country seen by Pakistan as a bitter rival.
During his speech Mr Cameron said: "We should be very, very clear with Pakistan that we want to see a strong, stable and democratic Pakistan. We cannot tolerate in any sense the idea that this country is allowed to look both ways and is able, in any way, to promote the export of terror, whether to India or whether to Afghanistan or anywhere else in the world."

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