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Role of radio in swat war

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  • 1. Role of Radio in Swat War
  • 2. Radio broadcasts:
    MaulanaFazlullah nicknamed “Radio Mullah” started an illegal local FM channel in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa's Swat Valley in 2006.
    He is considered pro-Taliban and a very powerful figure in the area.
    Though he considers most communication based electronics as "major sources of sin" he transmits broadcasts of his sermons on an illegal local FM radio channel, hence the nickname "Radio Mullah" or "Maulana Radio".
  • 3. Continue……….
    FM signals are relayed from mobile transmitters mounted on motorcycles and trucks. During nightly broadcasts, prohibited activities are routinely declared and violators' names announced for assassination, which often includes beheading.

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